Ubi Franklin officially bids Tekno farewell from MMMG Records

Ubi Franklin officially bids Tekno farewell from MMMG Records

- Ubi Franklin has officially bid Tekno farewell from his record label

- The serial entrepreneur reminisced about the events that had led to signing the music star

- Franklin congratulated his ex-artist and wished him well in future endeavors

Ubi Franklin, Made Men Group (MMMG) boss, has taken to his social media page to official announce the exit of singer Tekno from his record label.

In a lengthy post shared on Instagram, the serial entrepreneur started off by taking a trip down memory lane and recounted how Tekno had joined his label.

Franklin said people around him had wondered why he was signing the music act at the time, because he was considered by some people as a rude and arrogant individual.

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Although he made sure not to mention any name, the MMMG boss expressed that most of the issues he had with Iyanya was because of his decision to bring Tekno into his music family.

"5 years ago I was asked why I was signing you. Because they saw you as rude and arrogant, my reply then was Talent and self confidence most times comes out as rude and I believe the results show today that I was not wrong. Most of the issues I had from that day with the former was because I took that decision to sign this great talent, " he said.

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Franklin appreciated the hard work and resilience of Tekno during his time in the record label and wished him all the best in his future endeavors. He described him as an outstanding talent and noted that the singer would always be his greatest asset.

On a final note, he made it clear that his ex-label mate would always remain an important member of MMMG as his contributions remain a vital part of the music company’s continued success.

See the post below:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered that the music business boss remembered his late dad 15 years after he passed away from the world. Franklin penned an emotional tribute to his deceased parent and shared it online.

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