Ghanaian socialite, entrepreneur and die hard fan of dancehall artist stonebowy, Ayisha Modi, popularly known as She loves Stonebowy, has promised Veteran Actor Psalm Adjeteyfio, better known as TT after he shared his ordeal.
Star of 'Taxi Driver' game, Psalm Adjeteyfio in a recent video was spotted pleading with Ghanaians and the world to come to his aid as his rent gets due and needs to make some contract extension to prevent him from getting evicted from the house. The veteran actor revealed that the cost of the rent is about ¢3000, and needs it very urgent before he gets homeless.
After the circulation of the video of the veteran actor's request, several people have come up to promise the veteran actor not to worry as they can be of help to him. Few of these sympathizers are Ayisha Modi who commented on a post made by Ghanaian blogger Ghhyper revealing her intention to come to the aid of the veteran actor assuring him not to worry about his living conditions.
"Daddy im coming, worry no more about rent for the rest of your life", She loves Stonebowy writes as she calls on other colleagues to join her as they help veteran actor TT to change his condition and make him happy after he came out to beg for support.
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