Ubi Franklin Confirms His Estranged Wife Lilian Esoro Was Never In Love With Him!
Despite public intervention by friends and fans who care, Ubi Franklin and his estranged wife Lilian Esoro are yet to get back together.
In late 2015, when they got married, their wedding was the talk of the town as both the music and movie industry came together to celebrate their own. However, in less than one year, even before the birth of their son, the couple separated.
Lilian Esoro, who stopped wearing her wedding band long before the separation came to the public, does not post her relationship on social media, however, her husband has been making moves on social media to get her back.
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Lilian Esoro also removed Ubi’s last name from her name on her social media page. Meanwhile, Ubi who was said to have been responsible for the crisis in his marriage due to his numerous cheating, is still rocking his wedding rings.
Although there has been rumours that Lilian Esoro was in love with someone else not Ubi, before their marriage, Ubi confirms it in his recent post, indirectly.
“love never gives up, never loses faith, it’s always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.”
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Seems like Ubi is still in love and really wants his marriage to work. The couple might be estranged, but as parents to their son, they still perform their duty by having enough time separately with him, says report.
Recall that Lilian initially rejected Ubi’s wedding proposal but after so much persuasion from Ubi and her family, she accepted the marriage.
Marrying a celebrity is already a handful, and more drama when love is not involved. Sadly, Lilian Esoro and Ubi Franklin have joined other estranged celebrities like Toke Makinwa ans Maje Ayida, Tiwa Savage and Tunde Balogun and now the newest members, Tonto Dikeh and Mr. Churchill.
With the rate of marriage crisis and separations (celebrity and non-celebrity), what is the possible solution to curbing this fast rising trend?