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More drama as Ubi Franklin’s alleged 4th babymama drags him over N4m debt



More drama as Ubi Franklin's alleged 4th babymama drags him over N4m debt

Sandra Iheuwa, the US based businesswoman who claims to be carrying the fourth child of Tripple MG (MMMG) label boss, Ubi Franklin, has taken to her Instagram page to drag her estranged lover over a-yet-to-be paid debt which amounts to the tune of N4 million.

According to her, she gave Ubi Franklin the sum of N8 million in 2017 to support his business, child support and other things, when they first met in America, but she claims that the father of her unborn child is yet to pay up the balance of N4 million, which is overdue for payment since March 2019 in line with an agreement they both had.

She also alleged in her post that Ubi Franklin has been going around tarnishing her image since December 2018, paying bloggers to write fake stories about her to save his image.

Sandra wrote; “As you all know there has been rumors about me and I would like to clear the air on these issues once.

“I work hard for my money and I have been through a lot to get to where I am now. To be a woman financially independent without any man’s help. I did all this without the help of any sugar daddy runs or selling my body. I am an adult and who I chose to be with is my decision.

“I met Ubi Franklin in May 2017 at a concert while on vacation in London I had no idea he was a celebrity or public figure a friend of mine told me who he was. We exchanged contacts and started talking. I returned to America where we later met up during one of his visits.

“As a business woman I could easily relate with him and found him interesting which he said the same about me. Down the line he came to me seeking funds to help push his business and I totally understood how it felt when money could stop you from achieving your business dreams. During this time we became very close.

“I offered to loan him the sum of eight million naira not including the ones I gave him in dollars to help with child support and other issues he had. So I got my lawyer draw up a final settlement agreement letter which he agreed to sign as well as his lawyer and agreed to pay on March 8th 2019.

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“Ubi Franklin has been going around tarnishing my image since December 2018 paying bloggers to write fake stories about me to save his image and y’all know I haven’t said a word and kept quiet but enough is enough as there’s so much one can take, he can do it with other people but not me because this woman has had enough.

“There are rumors flying around saying that I was engaged please if you bought a ring and engaged me or paid my brides price from May 2017 till date please speak up biko so I will know I have a husband to be that I am not aware of. .

“I challenge you Ubi Franklin to dispute my claims because I’m ready to fight you fire for fire with concrete and hard proof. I want my money remaining 4 million as proceeding will be filed in court on Monday morning. The same way you have an image to save it’s the same way I will save and protect mine. Fuck you @ubifranklintriplemg

Sandra (a single mother of two) had claimed she has been in a secret relationship with Ubi and even went further to reveal that she was expecting a set of twins for him but she lost one of them in early March.

The businesswoman who also revealed that she will be jetting out of the country anytime from now to the US where she is expected to welcome their child also claimed that she had been living in Ubi’s house for a while.

Ubi Franklin has however denied the claims made by Sandra.

The development comes a month after Ubi Franklin took to social media to reveal that he is expecting his third child but didn’t disclose the mother of the child yet unborn.

More drama as Ubi Franklin's alleged 4th babymama drags him over N4m debt
More drama as Ubi Franklin's alleged 4th babymama drags him over N4m debt
More drama as Ubi Franklin's alleged 4th babymama drags him over N4m debt

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