- Nigerian businessman Ubi Franklin has spoken on his relationship with 4th baby mama, Sandra
- A photo, believed to be the first of him with his 4th baby, had earlier gone viral on social media
- Franklin explained the reason behind the photo was as a result of deep forgiveness
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how Ubi Franklin's 4th baby mama, Sandra, left many social media stunned after she shared a photo of Franklin cuddling the baby girl, Ariella, s photo which is believed to be their first.
Well, the Triple MG boss, has spoken about the now viral photo which has left many social media users excited, sighting forgiveness as the reason.
The music executive in his Instagram post stated that the most difficult thing to do is to forgive. He added that he wants his followers to know that what they saw today is as a result of “deep forgiveness”.
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The post which appears to have been either taken down or deleted, earned him applause from his fans and followers.
See screenshot below:
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Recall when Sandra put to bed her baby girl amidst the drama, she revealed that Franklin had refused to take up responsibility for the baby as his public image was more important to him.
The photo post would be the first proof that Franklin has indeed accepted he is the father of the adorable baby girl.
Meanwhile, there is a general belief that the strong bond a mother shares with her child cannot be easily broken. However, a story which recently surfaced online shows that damaging words as just as effective to destroy a relationship.
Twitter user, @OdeleyeWole, recently left people stunned after he took to the platform to recount how he moved out of his father's house and advertently, out of his mother's life.
According to the gist, he got into an argument with his mother shortly after his father died. She said some hurtful things which pushed him to move out of their home.
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