Barely a week ago, American-Nigerian singer, Jidenna, was dragged on social media after he had made a shocking interview on how he employed military commandos and AK47s during his father’s burial in 2010, to avoid being kidnapped.
“Our family was light. When you’re light-skinned you’re a heavier target for being kidnapped. Because you’re seen as more valuable. You’re seen as white. You have more money. We were robbed. Our family has been assaulted. It’s different. For us, we’ve always been a target. When you come to America, it’s different,” he told VLAD TV.
But should one say the ‘Classic Man’ singer was right? As now it seems turning a trend with Jim Iyke walking in the same direction.
Jim Iyke who has been very busy touring various countries trying to make various business transactions, recently made plans to travel to his village and the actor had to travel with a Mopol officer who guarded him with his AK 47.
In his words, “Heading to the village with that rugged badman Ola. Need to rejuvenate.”