- Veteran actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio, has confessed to receiving a huge sum of money from Prophet Badu Kobi
- The prophet raised funds in his church, together with a special offertory for TT to build his own two-bedroom self-contained house
- TT has accused his ex-wife of forcing him to squander the money
- He advised young men to look well before settling down in marriage
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Veteran actor, Psalm Adejeteyfio, popularly called TT, has confessed that Rev. Badu Kobi indeed gave him a huge sum of money to build a house.
The money, which he refused to name the amount, all went to waste and TT has blamed his ex-wife, the ‘demon’, for it.
According to TT, his ex-wife forced him to spend the money on “useless” things, bringing him to poverty eventually.
He is reported to have said that the ‘demon’ forced him to rent a full house with lavish living. Unfortunately, by the time the rent expired, they had come to poverty.
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She was impatient and always wanted to have her way. My ex-wife always wanted things done her way and I could not control her,” TT said.
He reportedly made this confession while speaking with Kwabena Boafo during an interview on Happy FM, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.
The report indicated that TT had earlier denied that he ever took such a huge sum from Badu Kobi.
He was said to have visited Badu Kobi in Dodowa, where his church members made offertories and raised funds for him, enough to build a two-bedroom self-contained house.
Badu Kobi, according to actor Mr. Beautiful, did this so that TT would stop begging the public for help.
He advised young men who are getting ready for marriage to choose an ugly woman with a good character over a beautiful woman who is bad.
TT has been labeled by a section of the public as a chronic beggar.
He made headlines when he received cash donations after a video of him begging for support went viral.
In that report by YEN.com.gh, TT was met with a surprise when the presenter first handed him a big brown envelop stuffed with cash, and mentioned the name of the donor.
Owing ECG 8,000 cedis
Recently, reports that TT had slumped into debt again following an amount of GHC8,000 he owes to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) went viral.
A baffled TT was speaking in an interview with CITI TV in a video sighted on the Instagram page of Ghgossip_hq.
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