Fans and followers of music executive Ubi Franklin has reacted to photos of him and his ex-wife Lilian Esoro uniting to celebrate their son’s birthday most beautifully.
Ubi Franklin’s son Jayden had clocked age five a few days ago, and he took to his Instagram page to pen down a tribute for him while appreciating Lilian Esoro for being a good mother to their son.
Earlier today, the estranged couple had a birthday outing and a fun party with their friends, and Ubi Franklin shared the fantastic moments from the event.
Sharing the photos, Ubi Franklin wrote: OUTSIDE WITH JAYDEN AND MAMA JAY.
Reacting to this, social media users gushed over them, stating they look beautiful together and urged them to settle their differences.
Meanwhile, other netizens applauded the estranged couple for making co-parenting look easy, unlike Tonto Dikeh and Olakunle Churchill.
See reactions below:
omosunnancy wrote: Make una just settle na… Beautiful family
manchi_zion wrote: Ubi is still in love with Lilian….. This was d best you had.. I wish you both can come back together
beyond_intimacy wrote: You both made co-parenting look easy.. God bless you both for doing this for your son
goshen1_4 wrote: God I want you to bring this beautiful couple back Amen
sinacheze wrote: Please go and bring this woman back as ur wife. Ur Guys looks good Together.
Kemifilani News recalls that Lilian Esoro and Ubi Franklin’s marriage was officially dissolved on Thursday, January 28th, 2021, at an Abuja High Court.
The two got married in November 2015 and separated about a year after.
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