Ubi Franklin comes for single mothers dragging their ex-partners

Ubi Franklin comes for single mothers dragging their ex-partners

Nigerian music executive, Ubi Franklin has tackled single mothers who published derogatory messages about their former partners.


Ubi Franklin revealed how single mothers ought to have celebrated father’s day.


Remember the Father’s Day celebration took place on Sunday, June 20.


In a post shared via his Instagram Stories on Monday, June 21, 2021, the father of four took a swipe at single moms who called out their estranged partners and fathers of their children.


“Father’s day is not a day for women to be abusing their ex-husbands or baby daddies. If you cannot wish him happy father’s day, just let the day pass in peace. I’m at peace with other mothers of my kids, except one, she drags me at will, lol,” he wrote.


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His statement reads further;

But life is beautiful. I believe time will only reveal and heal. Constantly calling exes on social media defeats the learning curve experience. Do have a great week.”


Franklin’s statement is coming amid the altercation between Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe and her estranged husband, Lanre Gentry.


Read more about the feud here.


Meanwhile, Tonto Dikeh’s ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill shaded his former partner in a Father’s Day post.


The businessman wrote;

Happy Father’s Day to me and to all the fathers out there who like myself are not just fathers to our biological children but to many others…a child is a gift and should be treated as such…for those who are unable to share this special day with their children for whatever reason…one day a reconnection will be made.”


He continued;

“I’m blessed and highly favored and love my children with all my heart and with my all soul…

Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers and to all the mothers playing the roles of fathers may God give you peace of mind.

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