“He is trying to use Big English justify his bad character” – Mix reactions as Jim Iyke reveals why he finds it difficult to make friends (Video)

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Nollywood actor and businessman Jim Iykehas stirred the internet as he reveals why he finds it difficult to make friends.

In an interview with Teju Babyface, he disclosed that he can’t be friends with everyone because he wants a close circle he wouldn’t call in ten months. He noted how he is a transaction being who changes every day and, as such, can’t keep friends with anyone who is always hung up on his last act.

He, however, made it known that he is the type who can move mountains for his friend when they need him, but he might not be available to attend their functions like birthdays, wedding anniversaries, etc.

“I need somebody that won’t be hung up on my last act. I’m too transitional for it. My propensity for growth is at an alacrity that you cannot keep up with. Who I was yesterday is different from who I am today. So it is not everybody that can keep up with that. I need somebody that I won’t call for 10 weeks and is not in his feelings. There was a time I didn’t call him for 4 weeks; he didn’t call me too. We don’t have to, but when you call, it’s value”.

His statement didn’t sit right with most netizens as they stated that the actor was trying to make excuses for his bad behaviour.

One Mr Uzz wrote, “Using English to cover bad character here and there. You also need to be someone who is accountable for their actions (Bad or good) and act accordingly, Sir.

One Official Mfreke wrote, “All I see here is a man that’s trying too hard to justify his bad character!! Mtchewwwwww

One Queenvee Hive wrote, “You can’t be a friend and miss my events. Bye

One David Salt wrote, “I love that he has strained this state of self-awareness. Friends like this have their own place and can be more valuable than people who are in your faces every day.

One Psalmmie Place wrote, “Until u realise u need friends to show up for you and not find anyone, then u will realise that no man is an Island

One Gloge World wrote, “This is just me. I love my space.

One Ayzne wrote, “Less friends, less drama

One Diggie Masta wrote, “He is so serious saying rubbish

One Divine Chidinma wrote, “I really can’t be there when you think you need me, but I’m big on loyalty”.