Jim Iyke, the veteran of Nollywood, has finally reacted to Shatta Wale’s accusations that they have a striking likeness.
A few days ago, the head of the ever-provocative Shatta Movement came to Facebook to say that many people compare his appearance to that of the Nigerian actor and that this is something he’s been hearing recently.
His tweet sparked a flurry of comments, but the neutrals assumed it was just another Wale template meant to get his name on everyone’s lips.
In a new interview on Joy FM’s Cosmopolitan Mix, Jim Iyke quickly challenged his position. He claims the Gringo hitmaker is simply having fun, but he doesn’t think he looks anything like him. Shatta Wale doesn’t believe I look like him, he simply wants to have a good time, he stated.
I’m familiar with Shatta Wale, and it’s flattering when people tell me I look like him. Jim Iyke said.
Meanwhile, Moesha Buduong, the born-again Ghanaian actress, has stated that God Almighty owns her body, mind, and soul.
The actress, who is now a born-again Christian, stated in a recorded phone conversation with talent manager Ayisha Modi that once she returns to the scene, she will spread the word of God. Following her heavenly meeting with God a few months a…continue reading