Social media users cannot stop talking about the latest happening in the country. Ghanaian popular actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio, who was very famous during his active days as ‘TT’ has been in the news for a while now about he not being able to pay his rent. Currently, almost everyone is interested in hearing his story and helping him out.
It is truly a good thing that the bankrupt veteran actor has a lot of lovers who are interested in helping him and some public figures have already helped him out but what what happens to other people who are also going through similar situations, especially actors who are sick and needs help.
Another movie legend whom Facebook users and netizens can't think Ghanaians have forsaken him is Kofi Laing popularly known as Kohwe.
Last month the actor's sick condition went viral on social media and other media, of course people talked about it but little did we hear or see people do for the veteran actor but see what is happening to Psalm Adjeteyfio or TT. The Vice President has already given him Ghs 50, 000, and Henry Quartey has also Pledged to give him Ghs1,500 every month from now to 2025.
Facebook users have reacted to this attitude that we have or possess as Ghanaians. The user wrote that, "Kohwe's story broke before Psalm Adjeteyfio but sadly it looks as if people are only interested in helping Psalm."
Belwo is the reaction to the numerous helping hand given to TT.
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