Everyone has lost their cool with the begging antics of veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio, aka TT.
Not only are ordinary Ghanaians tired with him, some of his fellow celebrities are just about ready to throw him into a bin.
Former musician cum political activist, Kwame A-Plus has slammed veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio over his stinking sense of entitlement and being a professional beggar.
A-Plus without mincing words blasted TT for being ungrateful after bagging huge sums of money from Ghanaians including the Vice president of Ghana Dr. Mahumudu Bawumia when his penury plight was brought to the fore.
In his typical fiery tone, A Plus insulted TT as he likened his head to that of 207 bus and asked Ghanaians to ignore him henceforth and instead give to a woman who is struggling to cater for her child, a photo of which he attached to his post.
“This woman, I’m told is a widow. (I stand to be corrected) Every day, she carries her twin daughters on her back, in the scorching sun, 🌞 then she carries a heavy bowl of assorted drinks and chilled water to sell, just to make ends meet. In the same photo, you see other women with kids working hard to make a living.”
“If this woman gets what TT describes as “only 500 Ghana cedis” she will get a space in a marketplace, put a table there and start selling on the table instead of carrying her twins and this heavy load and roaming all day.
With an investment of 500 Ghana, In a few years, her twins will be in the university. This is how many women in Ghana have taken care of their children. God bless our mothers. TT has made his head like 207 bus 🚌 Very f@ckn man!! Chief of staff, Mama Frema gave you 40 thousand Ghana cedis, that is 400 million old Ghana cedis.
“You told Berima in an interview that she gave you 4 thousand. No problem. Dr. Bawumia gave you 50 thousand Ghana cedis.
That is 500 million old Ghana cedis. In just a month, you received 90 thousand Ghana cedis; 900 million old Ghana cedis.
This 90 thousand Ghana cedi does not include the “only 500s,” 1000s, etc you received from sympathizers, yet you are looking for leftovers. So many Ghanaians are looking for a start-up capital of just 1000 cedis……”.