Ubi Franklin, Made Men Music Group founder, has revealed that he attempted suicide several times three years ago.
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He disclosed this while reacting to the heartbreaking video of Izuchukwu Madubueze reading his suicide note before shooting himself dead.
Madubueze, a US-based Nigerian man committed suicide recently, after he was falsely accused of rape.
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Franklin explained that online bullying caused him to be depressed.
He added that he “got bullied so much on Instagram in the last two years, that he started getting depressed again.”
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He noted that he was able to get out of depression by asking himself some questions like: “Why bother yourself with people who contribute nothing to your life? Are you the first to have a failed marriage? Are you the first to have kids from 4 different women?”
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The television show host pointed out that no individual has a perfect life, adding that most of those who condemn people online also have their skeletons.
He, however, stated that “suicide is never an option”.
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“I watched this video of IZU reading out his suicide not before he took his life and I remembered doing this several times 3 years ago unsuccessfully and I am here today,” he said.
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