If you have nothing to say, shut up - Psalm Adjeteyfio jabs critics of his call for help

If you have nothing to say, shut up - Psalm Adjeteyfio jabs critics of his call for help

  • Psalm Adjeteyfio has been spotted in a video angrily taking a swipe at his critics
  • The veteran actor indicated that he had been brought to his current state by illness and not his own will or desire
  • Prior to this video, comedian DKB sent some golden advice to the veteran Taxi Driver actor

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Veteran Ghanaian actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio, famed as TT of Taxi Driver fame, has been spotted in a video lashing out at some of his critics who badmouthed him.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the rather livid actor was seen sternly warning anyone who had nothing positive to say to him to shut up.

According to him, he was not happy about his current state but there was little he could do about it since it had to do with ill health.

If you have nothing to say, shut up - Psalm Adjeteyfio jabs critics of his call for help
If you have nothing to say, shut up - Psalm Adjeteyfio jabs critics of his call for help. Source: Instagram/modified by author
Source: Instagram

The actor said even rich men with cars and mansions can be wiped out from the surface of the earth should they be attacked by illness.

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He said his ill state started long ago and has lingered for a long time, draining him of all his wealth and resources.

The veteran actor said he did not wish evil for anyone but people would understand what he is going through should God afflict them with ill health.

A few days ago, a video of Psalm Adjeteyfio of Taxi Driver fame went viral which saw him asking for help from the general public to pay his rent.

Following the video, Ghana's vice president, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, sent the actor GHC50,000. GHC30,000 of the money was to go into paying the actor's rent for the next five years.

The remaining GHC 20,000 was to add up to whatever upkeep money the veteran actor had on him.

Others also reached out to the actor and blessed him with the little they could spare.

YEN.com.gh reached out to Dr. Mark Ntow of Ridge Hospital to comment on the issue regarding Mr Adjeteyfio's health.

According to the medical doctor, the veteran actor was going through a lot from the looks of it and could have a toll on his mental state which led to his recent outburst.

"Mr Psalm Adjeteyfio is likely to be going through a lot of psychological stress owing to the fact that he is receiving some criticism from the very people he entertained years back.
The actor used to be very famous and doing well financially from the looks of it but ill health drained him of strength and all his wealth so it would be only normal for him to be pained bys certain issues.

He might be going through some form of depression owing to the alleged neglect from his colleagues therefore the least chance he gets, he might want to vent his frustration," Dr Ntow noted.

Speaking about the veteran actor, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian comedian, Derrick Kobina Bonney, popularly known as DKB, has given golden advice to Psalm Adjeteyfio following financial help he received from Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia.

In a self-recorded video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, DKB was heard saying he did not expect the veteran actor to spend the upkeep money he received from Dr Bawumia.

According to him, spending the upkeep money would push him to beg for more once the money gets finished.

DKB said instead of spending the money, he should rather invest it into a lucrative business that would yield returns for him.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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