One of the sons of veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio, has stated that he couldn't believe his dad had died when he found him unconscious in his bed.
He made this sad revelation to Graphic online this morning. According to him, he went to his father's room only to find out that he is unconscious in his bed. He added that he was not aware that he dead. He also revealed that his dad was battling from hypertension and he is sure that it was the cause of his death.
“My dad has been battling hypertension and diabetes but it was the diabetes that was really worrying him so I believe that might have been the cause of his death,” he disclosed.
This comes after Psalm Adjeteyfio who is popularly known as TT passed away in the early hours of Friday. It could be recalled that TT came to the public to demand for financial support since the movie industry he worked in didn't help him at all.
Source: Daily Graphic Page On Facebook
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