Following the cheating accusations on Ubi Franklin by his former partner Iyanya, the Kukere singer has been blasted by social media critics for making a desperate effort to revive his career.
But in a chat with The Punch, the singer said that wasn’t his motive.
“I just want to focus on music. Right now, my major focus is on my new record label, Violet 360. I was actually doing a media tour for the new label before I got blindsided with the whole Ubi story; that was never meant to be the focus. I see it as a distraction. People can think whatever they like; I have no control over that. I just finished recording a song with Duncan Mighty and I would prefer we focus on that. Very soon, I will be putting out an Extended Play album titled, The Rebirth.”
Meanwhile, on reaching out to Ubi Franklin, he refused to shed light on Iyanya’s allegations. He simply said,
“Go to CAC and look for the documents. I am not interested in talking about it.”
You will recall early in the year, Iyanya held an interview accusing Ubi Franklin of registering Triple MG Records in his name, leaving out his co-owner, Iyanya in the filing at CAC.
Iyanya has since sold off his share in the company and left to start off his imprint.