Ghanaian media personality, Gloria Akpene Nyarku-Acquah, also known as Mgzee has reacted to TT's death.
The veteran actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio popularly known as TT died on Friday, April 8, 2022.
TT, who was already battling diabetes and other ailments, was seen unconscious in his room when one of his sons visited him.
He was rushed to a hospital at Dodowa in the Shai Osudoku District but the veteran actor was pronounced dead on arrival.
TT's son, Nii Adjei Adjeteyfio, confirmed the sad news to citinewsroom.com earlier today.
The veteran actor, TT is known by many because of the role he played in 'Taxi Driver' TV series.
However, the Ghanaian media personality, who was dragged into TT's controversies over a leaked audio after receiving the sad news reacted this way.
In a post sighted on Instagram, she said, "all I can say is hmmmmmm".
Check the post below:
It will be recalled that Mzgee was accused by some Ghanaians of leaking a voice note sent to her by TT.
She came out and explained that she didn't leak the voice note.
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