Jim Ikye has defended Shatta Wale’s recent outburst that Nigerian musicians do not support Ghanaian musicians.

Jim Iyke and Shatta Wale

Nollywood actor, James Ikechukwu Esomugha, popularly known as Jim Iyke, has disclosed that Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale is free to express his thoughts on Nigerians in the entertainment industry.

During an interview with Giovani on TV3’s Showbiz 360, Jim Ikye said he does not have a problem with Shatta Wale’s opinions as long as they do not interfere with the relationship they have built over the years as friends. He said aside Shatta Wale being a personal friend, the artiste also supports him in everything he does.

“Shatta actually supports everything I do, so I don’t know, I mean the man is entitled to his opinion as long as it doesn’t rob of my personal relationship with him”, he said.

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Jym Ike’s comments were in reaction to Shatta Wale’s recent outburst that Nigerian musicians do not reciprocate the support Ghanaian musicians give them. These comments a huge stir on the internet and led to a ‘beef’ between Shatta Wale and Award winner, Burna Boy.

For Jym Ike, it does not lie with him to make pronouncements on what Shatta Wale said.

“It’s not in my to determine what people say or how they with, maybe his intention wasn’t bad, when he said it, it’s people’s reaction that determines, people react to things in a different way, you could say something bad, and I would see a major good in it, I will just chalk it down, it could be your opinion, and you are entitled to it”, said.

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“The fact that I disagree with someone’s opinion does not mean I should dislike his personality”, he added.

Source: celebritiesbuzz.com.gh

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