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“Why Davido asked me to manage Chioma” – Talent manager Ubi Franklin reveals

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Popular Nigerian talent manager, Ubi Franklin, has revealed that superstar singer Davido hired him to manage his woman, Chioma.


Ubi made the disclosure while speaking about his relationship with the DMW boss and his spouse, Chioma, on Tea with Taymesan podcast.

According to him, Davido reached out to him in 2018 and asked him to be Chiona’s manager because he considers him family.

Ubi also disclosed that Davido has always supported him in different ways and has never once judged him for any of the controversial issues surrounding his marriage or business.

He further noted that he values his relationship with the 30BG boss and his wife, Chioma, and loves them greatly because they always support him.

This comes after Ubi Franklin replied to those dragging him for tattooing Davido’s late son, Ifeanyi’s nickname on his hand.

Recall that Ubi took to Instagram to share a photo of his tattoo. It spells “Popsicle,” the nickname he gave the late Ifeanyi. The tattoo also includes a drawing of a dove with an olive branch in its beak.

However, some Nigerians were displeased with the tattoo and dragged Ubi online, tagging him as a “clout chaser.”

Taking to his Instastories, Ubi said most Nigerians are miserable and see one showing real love and call it clout because they are pretentious.

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He wrote;

“Opinionated people:
They have little awareness of how they’re coming off or how others are emotionally reacting to them. Often they have the best of intentions to help whomever they’re speaking to and can’t understand why the other person isn’t happy to hear what they have to say.
Keep your opinions to yourself,
I don’t care how anyone feels about how I have decided to live my life.
Just focus on you and leave I and those I have decided to love out.
Beacuse we are very pretentious about showing real love, when we see real love we call it clout.”

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