Chei, Jim can cause shaaaa!
Sorry for the ghanian guy. Enjoy the story as it unfolds:
The blogger Chris Evans at Ghanacelebrity.com wrote something about Jim being involved in a street fight over $10k...don't know the full details...and the news went viral as Ghanian Blogs quickly spread the word.
See full jist according to GhanaCelebrities.com:
- For whatever reason, Jim Iyke’s level of arrogance does not seem to measure up to his intelligence—both academically and in live. It doesn’t hurt a lot of people when someone is arrogant, because such a person can be easily avoided, so he can be allowed to live in his own little world of delusion where death can never come to fetch him.But if the arrogance gets out of hand and become physical or probably deadly, then we can jump to talk about it. According to the Ghanaian Times’ report below, Jim Iyke got into a fight in Accra where he has visiting for some time (because of Nadia Buari) and he nearly pulled out a GUN—probably to scare his opponent or to arrogantly fire it…. Maybe he thought he was Chris Brown!
- star Jim Iyke was involved in a brawl yesterday, at the Crave Café at Adjiringanor, East legon in Accra.According to an eyewitness account, some people were eating at the café, at about 5pm when a stout-looking gentleman in a with a number plate, came to the café. Jim Iyke also arrived about later in his Sports Chevy with a Nigerian number plate, and engaged the man in a heated over $10,000 which later turned into a nasty brawl on the street. The eyewitness further explained that it became difficult for those around to separate the two, and at a point, Jim Iyke wanted to get into his car to pull out something which was suspected to be a gun, but he was prevented by those at the café. The other man left but returned shortly with two policemen, one in mufti and other in uniform who Jim Iyke and took him away. But the eyewitness told The Ghanaian that barely 20 minutes later, the actor resurfaced at the venue, which created the impression the case had been ‘settled’ by the two policemen. The Legon Police Commander in a , with The Ghanaian Times said, the men he dispatched to the venue had information of the scuffle, but those at the scene were reluctant to give the police indepth account of what actually transpired, and so they were unable to bring the two men to the police station.