Saying Jim Iyke, one of the Nollywod actors is highly controversial in nature is stating an obvious. The handsome dude who has involved himself in so many dirty fights, we learnt recently engaged in another fight. A man’s life gets better and mature by the day thereby appealing certain responsibilities that go with maturity but this is not in anyway related to Jim Iyke’s behaviour even as a Glo brand Ambassador.

That Jim is being beaten up on those occasions he engaged in fight with people is not news, his latest encounter with someone, according to rumour has made him to be carrying about five stitches of cut as a result of the fisticuffs he engaged in recently and Guilder bottles were said to have redesigned his left fingers. According to the story, Jim Iyke was having a recording at Junic Hotel, Asaba. Some guys were said to have sat in a corner drinking their beer at the other side of the hotel. During the recording, Jim Iyke allegedly said to have rushed to them, slapped one of the guys around, threw his drink away and told them to stop making a noise that a recording was going on.

On noticing his foolishness,Nigeriafilms gathered,that everybody at the location didn’t like his temper and action, he apologized, replaced the guy’s drink and went back ,with his shoulder so high, to continue the recording. Unknown to many, the guy who was not ready to take sorry for an answer had a hidden agenda, he came down through the balcony, poured the drink he replaced on his head, broke the bottle of the beer and gave him some hard cuts in the hand. Jim himself, in a defensive manner, rushed back to the bar, picked some bottles too and started fighting Karate with the guy.

When it became a free for all fight, one of the people on set quickly dialed 121 to report the case to the Police when they arrived, they were said to have registered their regrets on seeing Jim Iyke in such a dirty manner. All effort to reach Jim on his number was aborted as the number was switched off.

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