In a tweet on Wednesday, the Dancehall reggae singer threatened to beat Franklin for the second time.
Timaya also described the music executive as “Davido’s son’s employed nanny”, adding that he should focus on his new job.
“Ubi Franklin, u remember the beating I gave u in January last year? Don’t let me beat you again and please I like your new job as Ifeanyi’s NANI,” he wrote.
“Pls don’t mess it up. Davido is a good guy, he can make ur life. Pls focus on ur new JOB. Thanks.”
Ubi Franklin u remember the beating I gave u in January last year? Don’t let me beat u againit,and pls I like your new JOB. As Ifeanyi’s NANI and pls don’t mess it up. DAvido is a good guy he can make ur life. Pls focus on ur new JOB. Thanks
— Timaya (@timayatimaya) March 30, 2022Advertisement
Reacting to Timaya’s tweet, Franklin described the singer as being “petty” while asking him to recount what happened on that faithful day.
“See Timaya wen senior men help comot for hand dey talk say em beat me. You don forget wetin happen that day? Or you don high?” he wrote on Instagram.
In a follow-up post on Twitter, the music executive claimed Timaya was angry because he chastised him over last month’s “hit and run” incident involving a lady.
Timaya is so petty.
You are angry cos I told how wrong it was to knock a woman down and leave here to her fate.
You come to talk trash here today?
I am not a person that will see wrong and keep quiet.
You were wrong to have knocked that’s woman down and left her there.
— ubi Franklin ofem (@ubifranklin1) March 30, 2022
“Timaya is so petty. You are angry cos I told how wrong it was to knock a woman down and leave her to her fate,” he wrote.
“You come to talk trash here today? I am not a person that will see wrong and keep quiet.
“You were wrong to have knocked that woman down and left her there. Period.”
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