Triple MG Boss, Ubi Franklin Finally Counting His Loses In His Failed Marriage With Lilian Esoro

Triple MG Boss, Ubi Franklin Finally Counting His Loses In His Failed Marriage With Lilian Esoro

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There was hopes that the union might get back on course when Lilian Esoro returned to the country but by all indications it now looks like their fairytale wedding which took place November last year has finally come to an end.

TripleMG boss, Ubi Franklin has been doing everything in his power to get his family back together but he has only spent time with his son, Jayden ever since the marriage stared wobbling on one leg.

After Lilian returned to Nigeria from her Paris trip she attended the Eloy awards alone and has since been going for public events alone, even the ones her husband Ubi was present at.

Lilian and Ubi raised eyebrows at the Headies when they arrived at the event separately and left the same way they arrived…alone. Also at OLIC the same scenario played out.

Just yesterday, Lilian finally removed her husband surname, ‘Franklin’ from her social media account leaving her maiden name, Lilian Esoro.

It looks like the Nollywood actress is bound on not settling back with her husband and as sad as that sounds the one throughly affected his their son, Jayden who might grow up in a broken home, if the couple don’t sit down together and fix their broken lives.

Ubi Franklin seems to have given up hope of getting back his marriage as he took to social media in reaction of his estranged wife removing his surname from her own name.

The music entrepreneur has finally started counting his loses in their failed marriage as he shared a photo of him twining with their son, Jayden in white and caption it, ‘With You I haven’t lost’.

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