- Actor Psalm Adjeteyfio popularly called TT was said to have been paid GHC35 for acting in Taxi Driver series
- He was said to have received this as payment for every episode he shot
- The Taxi Driver series was very popular on TV back then with many big companies sponsoring it
- The money paid to TT was obviously small making him poor in his old age
Information gathered by YEN.com.gh has it that Psalm Adeteyfio, popularly known as TT, was paid GHC35 for acting in the Taxi Driver series.
This was revealed by colleague actor Mikki Berko, also known as Master Richard, who also acted in the series.
His revelation would surprise many people owing to the fact that Taxi Driver which was aired on TV3 was popular and had many companies sponsoring.
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Therefore, it is sad that TT was given that meagre sum as salary or payment which he could not get enough to save from.
Today, the actor is battling many diseases and people have wondered what he did with his life savings that he cannot foot his medical bills.
His is suffering from enlargement of the heart, and other life-threatening sicknesses.
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TT was also in the news months ago when he revealed that he made a mistake for leaving his wife for a “demon”.
This demon, he narrated, turned him against his own children depriving them of the basic necessities of life, including food and education.
For this reason, his children have also turned against him now that he is old and he needs them most.
Most painful of all, the other woman, the demon, whom he left his wife for, has also shunned him when he became poor.
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