Psalm Adjeteyfio is popularlly known as TT, who is a veteran actor, is reported dead on Friday, April 8, 2022, as his son, Nii Adjei Adjeteyfio, confirmed the news.
Psalm Adjeteyfio was a well-known Ghanaian actor who appeared in films and videos, he got the spotlight on himself for his role as TT in the Ghanaian television series Taxi Driver.
Before venturing into acting, Psalm Adjetefio began his work as a qualified teacher educating students in the Ga language at the PRESEC staff school.
In his interview, were he was been asked how he start his acting career, he stated that he was approached to feature in a film by Emmanuel Appea, following a reference from a perfect friend who observed his ability to read characters exceptionally well, which secured him the job.
Psalm Adjetefio is reported to have passed on due to complications of heart failure issues. According to Nii Adjei, his father was unconscious when one of his sons paid him a visit on Friday, even though he already had diabetes and other ailments.
Adjei said that they transported TT to a hospital in Dodowa, Shai Osudoku District, but the actor was confirmed dead on arrival. TT was well-known for his performance in the hit television series “Taxi Driver.”
Adjeteyfio, in addition to starring in “Taxi Driver,” has also appeared in films such as Papa Lasisi Good Bicycle, American Boy, The Chosen One, The Scent of Danger, and A Stab in the Dark.
Psalm stated that his poverty results from dire working circumstances during his busy performing days. He said that he needed GHS3,000 to clear his rent, or he would have been evicted from his current residence.
According to Twitter, veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio, better known as TT from Taxi Driver, died of heart failure. According to rumors, he was just diagnosed with end-stage heart failure, which limited his lifespan.
The taxi driver series was a situation comedy, but it has become associated with a chat show on wheels. This extremely flexible offering was one of the most popular TV shows on screens.
TT has built a name for himself in Ghana’s film business. With over 20 years of acting experience, Psalm is regarded as a bridge between performers’ ancient and new breeds.
Emmanuel Appea, the producer, offered him 30 Ghana cedis instead of the intended 50 Ghana cedis. According to the producer, Psalm was not widely recognized, despite having been in a few films at the time.
Adjeteyfio accepted and shot the film, but the producer was pleased with his performance after the filming. Emmanuel Appea personally drove to Psalm’s house to congratulate him on the job and apologize for cheating based on his performance.