I’m a ‘dead goat’, trolls don’t get to me — Psalm Adjeteyfio to critics

Veteran Ghanaian actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio popularly known as TT has jabbed persons who have decided to troll and ridicule him after he publicly appealed for funds to settle his accommodation issue.

According to the ‘Taxi Driver’ TV series actor, he has developed a tough skin against trolls and he doesn’t care about what people will say.

TT made headlines for the past few days after audio of him begging media personality MzGee for leftovers went viral.

After the leaked audio, a lot of Ghanaians descended heavily on him considering the donations he received from the Vice President and other people when he asked for support in 2021 to pay his rent.

Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia gave him GH¢50,000 and a GH¢1,500 monthly stipends from the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey. TT had earlier confessed that he received GH¢40,000 from the Office Of The Chief Of Staff.

The viral audio of him begging for aid again after all thd donations compelled a section of Ghanaians to blast and ridicule him for failing to invest the money to earn profit.

But taking his turn on Joy Prime’s Changes, the ‘Taxi Driver’ says he is not perturbed by the development because he knows how grave his situation is.

On the show, Psalm Adjeteyfio recounted one occasion where an unknown person went to an extent to call and ridicule him saying “he had some leftover from his dogs, and whether he should bring me some.”