Veteran Ghanaian actor, Psalm Adjetefio, popularly known as TT, has revealed that he has regretted for the rest of his life for going after a young lady after his marriage with his wife crashed out.
According to TT, the new mistress he went after was nothing but a pure demon under the disguise of human.
Sharing his life experience on the Delay Show, the ‘Taxi Driver’ actor disclosed that the said young lady came to him to learn under him as an actress but along the line he fell for her love.
The actor said after having issues with his marriage, he then left his matrimonial home to follow the young woman.
This, he said pushed his wife away, for the young lady, who then maltreated his children to the point of ‘death’.
“I then left my matrimonial home and followed this lady to Cape Coast to seek greener pastures. I didn’t know I was going after a demon,” he bitterly said.
Psalm Adjetefio who was recounting his ordeal amid tears, said he is sure he would have been in jail by now if he got to know earlier about the treatment the young lady subjected his children through.
“If I had known of the maltreatment earlier, I would have been serving a life sentence because I would have murdered the lady, thank God I was made aware later,” he said
The actor said the lady succeeded in causing a communication break between him and his children which he said is now stable.
Although the veteran actor said he had apologized several times to his children, he repeatedly asked them in a live TV show for their forgiveness.
“Now that I am sick, it is these same children who are taking care of me and my health,” TT said as he broke down in tears.
The actor in his interaction, advised married couples to be patient when their marriages are not rosy.
“I pray that no man goes that way, forsaking his children and going after a demon of a woman. Learn from my experience and don’t ever do that because you’ll regret,” said.
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