I Was In Debt Before COVID-19 Pandemic – Ubi Franklin Reveals

Popular Nigerian music executive, businessman and social media personality, Ubi Franklin, has stated that he was in debt before the COVID-19 lockdown which occurred last year. The popular showbiz personality in an Instagram Live session with fans said:
“A lady sent me a message and said my friends are laughing at me for becoming a blogger. I told her to ask them if I can send my account number so that I can stop blogging. She laughed. That was the fuel I needed to continue my Instagram live interviews. I went live on Instagram daily interviewing six people every day for months. After I did that for one month, a brand came on board. “Before the pandemic and as a result of some businesses that I did that didn’t do well, I was in debt. I was in so much debt and I will say it here. Guess what? I got so much sponsorship from my Instagram Live interviews. People don’t know that we all have personal things that we are dealing with. I didn’t go into Instagram Live interviews because I wanted to make money. I didn’t know there was going to be money.”
Reacting to the criticisms from fans on social media who called him a ‘cameraman because he was seen at the burial of Obi Cubana’s mother taking pictures, Franklin said:
“I went to Oba, people called me cameraman. “How soothing is it to be official cameraman to a billionaire? That is exciting. That is because I had the access. Is that not beautiful? If a billionaire gives me his phone to snap him, would I be forming? Some of us haven’t reached our destination and then we are already proud. Why? I don’t think there is a continent that I haven’t travelled to.”

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