Ubi Franklin Slams Critics Mocking Him Over Ifeanyi Tattoo

Popular Nigerian talent manager, Ubi Franklin has fired back at critics who trolled him for having a tattoo of the son of Davido, Ifeanyi on his arm and not a tattoo of any of his kids.

Ubi Franklin revealed in a chat with Tea with Taymesan podcast that he considers Davido family and the musician also considers him family.

According to him, the one person in his life who has always been three for him is Davido.

Franklin said due to this, he considers Davido family and that extends to his wife, Chioma and their son.

He also revealed that superstar singer Davido hired him to manage his woman, Chioma.

According to him, Davido reached out to him in 2018 and asked him to be Chiona’s manager because he considers him family.

Ubi Franklin also disclosed that Davido has always supported him in different ways and has never once judged him for any of the controversial issues surrounding his marriage or business.

He further noted that he values his relationship with the 30BG boss and his wife, Chioma, and loves them greatly because they always support him.

Recently, a video popped out that Ubi Franklin has tattooed Davido’s late son Ifeanyi’s nickname on his arm.

In a video sighted by Nigeriabombshell.com, Ifeanyi’s nickname Popsicle is seen written boldly on Ubi Franklin’s arms with a flying eagle.

Many social media users have commended him for showing Chioma and Davido love. However, some people think that he’s done that to look for favours from Davido.

According to those naysayers, Ubi has many children but he didn’t tattoo the name of his son but rather Davido’s.

Ubi Franklin, born Ubi Ekapong Ofem, is a Nigerian music artist manager, politician, entrepreneur, TV show host and the founder of record label Made Men Music Group and Instant Apartment.

Franklin is the current Special Adviser to Cross River State Governor Benedict Ayade on Tourism.

Source: Nigeriabombshell.com

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