Psalm Adjeteyfio: Ameyaw Debrah Explains why Ghanaians Should help Chronic Beggar TT

Psalm Adjeteyfio: Ameyaw Debrah Explains why Ghanaians Should help Chronic Beggar TT

  • Ghanaian blogger, Ameyaw Debrah, has expressed his views on the issue of veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio being criticised for too much begging
  • He said Ghanaians should refrain from judging the actor, also called TT, and help him if they have the means
  • TT had audio of him begging for leftover food from the kitchen of MzGee, after receiving over 100k from key people
  • Many Ghanaians have expressed disgust at his attitude and called him a chronic beggar who has no shame

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Popular Ghanaian media person, Ameyaw Debrah, has spoken on the current trending issue of veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio, commonly known as TT.

TT has been in the news following leaked audio of him begging for leftover food from former TV3 presenter MzGee’s kitchen.

Since then, he has been severely criticised with some people calling him a chronic beggar, a nuisance, and one without shame.

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Ameyaw Debrah Explains why Ghanaians Should help Chronic Beggar TT
A collage of Ameyaw Debrah and Psalm Adjeteyfio. Photo credit: @ameyaw211 @delayghana/Instagram
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However, Ameyaw Debrah has a different view of the issue and said Ghanaians should support TT if they have the means to.

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In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, Ameyaw said if TT has a real predicament for which he needs help, those who have the means to help him should not shy away from doing so.

He added that people should not judge TT as only God knows the whole truth.

Ghanaians should help him if they can, we shouldn’t judge him. If he says he has a predicament, those who can should help him, those of us who can’t help should remain calm,” Ameyaw Debrah told YEN.com.gh in the interview.

He noted, however, that the way TT goes about asking for money is demanding as if people owe him and that is wrong.

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He added that TT seems to be gathering every opportunity to make money from Ghanaians and this is what is making many people complain about his attitude.

Nevertheless, it is not wrong to ask for money,” Ameyaw stressed.

Ghanaians react to TT's claim that his rent is expiring in September 2022

It is very clear that the majority of Ghanaians are not happy with the way veteran actor Psalm Adejeteyfio, commonly called TT has turned into a chronic beggar.

His issue came up again after an audio of him begging for food from the kitchen of former TV3 presenter, MzGee, was leaked.

This comes after TT got well over 100,000 cedis as contributions from key public figures – for instance, vice president Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, gave him 50,000 cedis, while Chief of Staff Frema Opare also gave him 40,000.

The donations were made to him later part of 2021 when he came out publicly to seek help to renew his rent.

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However, in less than 6 months, TT is back to his begging nature with an explanation that his rent is expiring in September 2022 and he would need assistance to renew it. TT also disclosed his desire to build his own house within one to two years and called on Ghanaians to support him.

His new pleas have rather landed him in trouble as many people have severely criticised him.

Sadly, TT has died on April 8, 2022, and made two major confessions that men should learn from.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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