The Ghanaian Actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio, popularly known in movies as T. T recently came out to say that he is broke and that he cannot even pay his rent. This propelled the Vice President of the land, His Excellency Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia to donates GHS 50,000 to the actor. According to reports, GHS 30,000.00 was used to settle his debts as GHS 20,000 was for his upkeeping.
The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hon Henry Quartey also promised to give the actor GHS 1,500 from his salary every month till 2024. In an interview with Psalm Adjeteyfio recently, he was heard saying that he still owe ECG about GHS 3,000.00. This trigger some Ghanaians to ask what the Movie industry and his friends are doing or have done about Psalm Adjeteyfio's issue.
The Ghanaian actor and comedian, Clement Bonney, popularly known as Mr Beautiful has recently been seen in a viral video explaining some of the things he has done to support T. T. According to him when Psalm Adjeteyfio started encountering financial problems, he personally led him to Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi's church.
Mr Beautiful said that after the man of God listened to the problems of Psalm Adjeteyfio, he organised fundraising in his church for T. T. In view of this, the journalist who was interviewing him asked the amount the church gave to Psalm Adjeteyfio. He didn't mention the amount but he said that the amount given to T.T at that time was big enough to put up a two-bedroom self contain.
So the issue of Psalm Adjeteyfio's friends in the movie industry not assisting him is not true. He told the journalist to go to Prophet Badu Kobi's church and find out this issue himself if he doubt it.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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