Two weeks ago, Jim Iyke’s ex-fiancee Keturah Hamilton made the allegation that her stint on Jim Iyke’s reality show was scripted; Jim Iyke has finally stepped out to defend himself.
The actor explains: “I am sure you saw part of the clips. Somebody sped off and jumped inside the river. That was a friend of mine. I don’t think anybody will accept a script in order to die. I don’t ever think anybody could have scripted that.
If it was scripted, we would make sure that the lightning, the angles at which we shot was right. The dark pictures and angles at which it was shot is evidence that it was not scripted. As soon as I wake up and I am ready to go out, they clip something in my jacket to record every conversation that I made throughout the day. There’s nothing hidden.”
Part of Keturah Hamilton’s statement released in late April, days after the episode was aired reads…
“In a world where reality shows are an “In-thing” and bad behaviour becomes the A.M. topic to cover, leave it to Jim Iyke Unscripted or better said the “_Scripted_” show to deliver real life drama. The episode that aired on April 17, 2013, did not disappoint the viewers who were glued to their TV’s watching Keturah Hamilton’s role that was none the less excellent! She was really able to bring her character to the next level of entertainment.
Keturah Hamilton had acted out an edgy script of jealousy and rage towards Jim Iyke, that was delivered as well as any actress in Hollywood. Keturah was so good that even her fans were astonished to see how well she acted and was able to challenge Jim on his bad behavior. Boldly, Jim gave Keturah the opportunity to exit the reality show based on the controversial episode. Even though a pre-recorded version of “Kiss and Make-up” was on stand-by to be aired, Keturah already had made her decision.”
That decision was to quit her relationship with Jim Iyke.