Do you know that this is not the first time the popular actor Adjetefio is asking for help from the public? Let us find out the first time he asked for help from the public .
Psalm Adjetefio as widely known is a popular veteran actor who has been in the movie industry for quite a while now. He was one of the numerous Ghanaian actors who always brighten the screens of our televisions years back.
He is Popularly known for the unique role he played in the TV series "Taxi driver". Aside "Taxi driver", the popular Ghanaian actor has stirred in a lot of movies.It quite sad not much is known about the love life of the popular Ghanaian actor but he is known to be a father.
For some time now, the popular veteran actor Psalm Adjetefio also known as T.T has been making headlines. The popular actor in an interview revealed how he has gone bankrupt and has nothing to call his own after years of being famous.
God being so good, his story touched the heart of a lot of people of which they came to his said and it include the vice president Mahamadu Bawumia but it seems this is not the first time the actor is asking for help from the public.
Few years back, the actor came publicly to ask for help when he revealed his manhood was shrinking. According to the actor, after he was diagnosed with heart enlargement, he has been battling with ailment upon ailment which forced him to takes too much drug and at a point caused his manhood to shrink.
He also revealed that even though it wasn't his intention to disturb the public with his condition, his health has been deteriorating at an alarming rate thus his decision to seek the help of the public.
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