Jim Iyke, has sparked mixed responses from Nigerians after he uploaded a picture on his verified social media page. The well-known Nollywod actor took to his Instagram page to show off his new car as he arrived a radio station in Lagos for interview. His fans, colleagues, well-wishers rushed to the comment section to react.
In this three controversial pictures posted on his timeline few minutes ago, the talented actor was spotted wearing a blue colored shirt, office trousers and a shoe to match as he posed with the new Prado Jeep he recently acquired. Jim Iyke used his social media account to share the good news of another achievement despite peoples opinion that he should stop flaunting his wealth online, rather, he should help the youth who aspire to be like him.
Photo credit: @jim.iyke | | Instagram App
The actor, brand ambassador and businessman, Jim Iyke has been the topic in town after his clash with a popular Nollywood actor who questioned his source of income claiming that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commision should investigate how Jim Iyke makes money. He has proven to be matured because people thought he would come online to reply to critics but he rather confronted the accuser man to man.
Jim Iyke captioned that he is happy to announce his new movie which will be available on cinema, television station and online streaming platforms in a fewdayse and he is grateful for Max Radio station who invited him for a live interview today, below it the post and reactions from another top celebrity.
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