Ubi Franklin, Nigerian showbiz mogul, has advised young men to learn from his marital struggles and mistakes rather than mock him.
The 35-year-old was reacting to the ongoing face-off between him and Sandra Iheuwa, his fourth baby mama.
The drama had started on Wednesday when Iheuwa and Adesuwa Renee, Franklin’s rumoured US-based girlfriend, engaged themselves in a war of words on Instagram.
The founder of Made Men Music Group (MMMG) had called for calm in an earlier Twitter post while urging the public to respect his relationship and the parties involved.
His response, however, did not go down well with Iheuwa, sparking a fresh round of controversy involving accusations and counter-accusations between the pair.
In an Instagram post on Thursday, the media personality said his experience should be a lesson to young men considering going into a relationship.
The entrepreneur also called on ladies to avoid nursing hatred for men under the guise of feminism.
“Dear young tigers. Rather than laugh at me today, learn from my mistakes. One reason you are alive to read this is because God has kept me as a sacrificial lamb for you to learn from the mistake a young man can make in life,” he wrote.
“Never condone any toxic behavior around you. Learn from this. Dear ladies, feminism is not hate towards men. If a woman is wrong call her bluff and keep it going, this is the height of irresponsibility and demonic manipulation.”