(LISTEN) Nigerian man pleads with Ubi Franklin not to beg on Israel’s behalf as it’s a chance for another person to be employed by Davido KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, August 2, 2021

(LISTEN) Nigerian man pleads with Ubi Franklin not to beg on Israel’s behalf as it’s a chance for another person to be employed by Davido

A yet-to-be identified Nigerian Man has pleaded with Ubi Franklin not to beg on Israel’s behalf as it’s a chance for another person to be employed by Davido. (Read More Here).

Taking to his Instagram page, Ubi Franklin, shared a voice note from an anonymous person who got angry that he (Ubi) was pleading with Davido to accept Isreal DMW back. 

In the Voice Note (V.N), the angry man told Ubi to stop pleading with Davido to accept Isreal back. The angry man says that Isreal has met many people and probably made some cash while working with Davido. 

He continued as he said that Isreal DMW's position needs to be occupied by another person, especially people who don't have chance of being employed. 

After everything, the angry guy says something hilarious in Nigerian pidgin English, which is: "Isreal wan die on Davido's neck." 

In the afternoon today, Isreal DMW took to social media to plead with Nigerians to help beg Davido to accept him back. 

He wrote: "You people should kindly help me to beg my Oga, not to sack me, through his personal lawyer Jiggy, than adding to my current depression of pressuring him to sent me off. What would be people's gains, after 9 good years? I never knew of the gravity of my actions, until Ubi Franklin personal called to tell me. I'm very sorry sir."

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