Sandra Iheuwa, the fourth baby mama of music mogul, Ubi Franklin, has called him out over the welfare of their daughter.
In a lengthy post shared via her Instagram page on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, Iheuwa warned Franklin to stop posting photos of their daughter on his Instagram page.
“Do not post my daughter on anywhere on anywhere on your platform. You have never provided for her since she was born and up to till this moment, not a single kobo, even when you had access to her you still didn’t bring a single kobo,” she wrote.
She said won’t allow anybody to take the glory of raising her daughter.
It didn’t end there as she threatened to file a suit against the music exec in the United States.
“If I take it there and file for child support in the US from the day she was born, you will pay through your nose and if you can’t pay, you’ll face jail time, if you ever enter the US,” she warned.
Iheuwa also disclosed that her family had had enough of Franklin’s insults. She also warned those describing her as ‘bitter’ to back off as it hasn’t been easy raising a child without anyone’s help.
This is not the first time Franklin and Iheuwa would be fighting dirty on social media over their daughter.
Debunking the claims, Ubi Franklin dug out a post where Sandra had thanked him for being there for their daughter and also showering her and the child with gifts.
The Post read:
“2020 has been an unexpected year but however some good things came out from it. Business is booming, I have moved forward in many positive ways in my life that I thought I couldn’t do by myself but I’m doing it marvelously. One of my main goals was to take my kids out of the country so they can experience life outside the United States.
“I never planned on vacating in Dubai with my family….. want to give great thanks to my daughter’s father @ubifranklintriplemg for coming through in many ways I wouldn’t have imagined. You people can call me what you want because the past with my daughter father hasn’t been the best one and has been aired out publicly but I must give credit to whom credit is due and he really tried a lot and and a lot.
“Even though at times………………. try to make it work for our daughter. Thanks you for the awesome gifts you gave to me and the kids.”