Ubi Franklin shares throwback photo from the day he thought of taking his own life

Ubi Franklin shares throwback photo from the day he thought of taking his own life

Nigerian entrepreneur and music boss, Ubi Franklin, has taken to social media to share a memory from a time when he battled with depression and thought of taking his life.

It appears Triple MG boss, Ubi Franklin has been in a tell-all mood of late. Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how he shared a series of throwback photos on his social media page that showed his humble beginnings before the rise to fame.

Just recently, he opened up about his struggles with depression. Ubi, who shared a photo of himself looking dapper in a white Tuxedo, revealed that he was depressed at the time of taking the photo and wanted it to be one of his last photos on earth.

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He wrote: "April 23rd 2017 after this photoshoot I wanted this to be the last pictures I will take in my life. On this day I was depressed out of my mind and wanted to take my life. Today I am grateful to God I didn’t. Whatever you are going through now I promise you it’s a phase, keep pushing it will pass."

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In what could be described as a worrisome development, a popular mental health advocate and megachurch pastor took his life on, Monday, September 11.

According to NBC News, the young man identified as Jarrid Wilson, who was aged 30, had been a pastor with Harvest Christian Fellowship Church for a year and some months. He, however, founded his own Christian organization, Anthem of Hope, in 2016, for people struggling with their mental health and substance use issues.

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