The sad story of T. T and how he was somehow neglected after he was taken off the screens in his famous Taxi Driver series was worrying to many. It caused a lot of debate and discussions concerning how we treat our veteran actors and musicians.
Not quite long, it surfaced that he reportedly owned an amount of Ghc 8,000.00 to the Electricity Company of Ghana. An amount which of he doesn't pay, will result in his power getting cut off by the company. The issue itself has not settled, and yet, a huge allegation has been leveled against him, by a fellow actor know popularly as Mr. Beautiful.
According to the interview, he is not moved by TT's woes and cries. For him, he knows how he held his hand to a renowned pastor for help to build his house, which the help was duly given in addition to other church fund raising monies.
But ultimately, he spent the money given to him, which could at least build a two bed room house.
The part of TT on this, which we are yet to listen, will help us completely understand what ever transpired among them.
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