Ubi Franklin advises men to speak up, stop forming hard guy

Ubi Franklin advises men to speak up, stop forming hard guy

- Nigerian talent manager and blogger, Ubi Franklin, recently took to social media to speak on how men’s perceived strength was harmful to them

- Ubi said he has decided to never hide his true feelings as a man

- The music star encouraged men to stop forming hard guy and to always talk to someone if they needed to

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Nigerian talent manager, Ubi Franklin, recently took to social media to address an issue affecting many men, particularly in Africa.

The blogger spoke on how many men were made to feel less if they tried to show their emotions or weakness in any form.

According to Ubi, too many people are broken and scared to open up but he has decided to never hide how he feels as a man.

Ubi Franklin advises men to speak to someone if they need to, tells them to stop forming hard guy
Ubi Franklin has encouraged men to speak up when going through tough situations. Photo: @Ubifranklintriplemg
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Explaining further, the talent manager said that men were accused of being scum if they cheated and also blamed if the woman happened to be the one who cheats.

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He added that men and women were not competitors and they should also speak up when going through domestic violence, blackmail and more.

In the caption of the post, Ubi wrote:

“Dear Men, stop forming hard guy, cry when you want to and talk to someone when you have to”

See the post below:

In other similar news, Legit.ng reported that BBNaija 2020 Lockdown star, Praise Nelson, opened up on how he had been going through a lot.

The reality show star does not seem to be enjoying stardom as much as expected. In a Twitter post, Praise said not everyone who seemed to be happy on the internet was actually happy in real life. He, however, added that things could only get better.

In his words:

“Been going through a lot lately, one thing i know for sure is that not everyone who’s happy on social media is really happy...but then it’s can only get better #believethat”

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