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Don't Behave As If You Never Said Anything Bad About TT - Jeneral Ntatia To Critics

Veteran Ghanaian actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio popularly known as TT has passed on.

According to report, TT, who was battling diabetes and other ailments, was seen unconscious in his room when one of his sons visited him on Friday, April 8, 2022.

TT was rushed to a hospital at Dodowa in the Shai Osudoku District but the veteran actor was pronounced dead on arrival.

Psalm Adjeteyfio, who is known in the popular TV series, 'Taxi Driver' was lambasted by some Ghanaians when his ailments became severe and needed the public support.

Ghanaian comedian and actor, Prince Kwame Amoabeng, known by his stage name Jeneral Ntatia in his reaction to the sad news has gone wild on TT's critics.

According to him, it is only in Ghana that people will blame someone when the person is alive and when the person dies, everyone begins to sing praises to the dead.

He asked whether people do that because they fear 'ghost'.

Jeneral Ntatia went further to state that people who criticised the veteran actor shouldn't make a 'u-turn' and act like they never said anything bad about him.

He also said if anyone lambasted TT genuinely, that is not a bad thing because he wouldn’t want to see his father beg for money in his old age.

Jeneral Ntatia writes;

"It is only in Ghana that people will blame someone when he is alive and as soon as the person dies everyone begins to sing praises about the person. Why,do we fear the Ghost or what?

Those who lambasted TT should not do U turn and behave as if they never said anything bad about him, in actual fact if what he was doing was not the best he needed to be told the truth so he watches his ways. So if you lambasted him genuinely I don’t think it’s a bad thing, cuz personally I wouldn’t want to see my father beg for money in his old age. 

Sad to lose you Legend your end was not the best but you created a path for us to learn from so our future will be greater. I pray that God will give you a better resting place, Rest well TT Demerifa Due"

Screenshot of his post below:

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Dodowa Ghanaian Ghanaians Kwame Amoabeng Psalm Adjeteyfio


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