In the early 2000s Ghanaians enjoyed the hit series Taxi Driver, which starred Psalm Adjeteyfio. It was one of the shows that kept Ghanaians glued to their sets. Years on many still cannot forget the likes of TT, Master Richard, Papa Nii, Aboagye etc. Psalm Adjeteyfio popularly called TT has been in the news for the wrong reasons starting somewhere last year.
He was on shows appealing to Ghanaians to help him with his rent issues. He also later revealed that he had health issues and that was taking large amounts of his money. Many came to his rescue and even Vice President Bawumia and Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey also came to him support. However, this wasn’t enough. Psalm recounted how he regrets some of his past actions and how he abandoned his kids because of his former wife who he called a ‘demon’.
Many thought the monies will give Psalm some comfort, but this didn’t as he kept appealing for help. This caused some Ghanaians to question the monies he was receiving and what he was using them for. At one point Ghanaians were divided as to whether Psalm really needed money or was trying to rip Ghanaians off. Well, the battle has ended and Psalm is reportedly dead. Rumors has it that his heart failed him. May his gentle soul rest in peace. Interestingly, same Ghanaians who blasted him are now sending condolences. Check out some of the comments.
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