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MzGee curses Veep Bawumia’s aide for leaking actor TT’s voice note

Gloria Akpene Nyarku-Acquah, known in showbiz as MzGee, has rained curses on an aide to the Vice President, Dr Bawumia, for circulating the audio of Psalm Adjeteyfio a.k.a. T.T. in which the latter was heard begging for leftovers from her [MzGee] kitchen.

According to her, if it was Bawumia’s aide, Dr Gideon Boako’s, intention of circulating the voice note to gain any political favours, then “may God show him and his cohorts what it feels like to be put out for ridicule.”

The issue of the ‘Taxi Driver’ T.V. series actor has dominated the media circles for some time when the latest audio of the veteran actor pleading for leftovers to feed on became public.

The actor indicated that all those who made promises to support him withdrew after the vice president sent him Ghc50,000 following a viral video that saw the actor cry for help.

The situation, T.T. said, has created a lot of problems for him.

“MzGee good afternoon; I’m wondering if you would have some leftovers in your kitchen to spare. [The] reason is people who used to help have all withdrawn their help when they heard that the Vice President had given me the money. But you would agree with me that [with] such monies, you need to invest wisely, and that is what I have done, and when you make investments too, it will take time before you begin enjoying it,” the Taxi Driver T.V. series actor explained.

“Right now, the situation has created a lot of problems for me; you know, a lot of people used to help me a lot but now everybody…I even understood that some people contributed some money in States to be sent to me; the moment they heard [that the Vice President had given me the money] everybody went for his money,” Psalm Adjeteyfio added.

After this voice note sent to MzGee was leaked, many have called out the media personality for making public a voice note which was sent to her in private. She has since denied leaking the voice note to the public.

Source: Ghanaweb.com

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MzGee curses Veep Bawumia’s aide for leaking actor TT’s voice note

Gloria Akpene Nyarku-Acquah, known in showbiz as MzGee, has rained curses on an aide to the Vice President, Dr Bawumia, for circulating the audio of Psalm Adjeteyfio a.k.a. T.T. in which the latter was heard begging for leftovers from her [MzGee] kitchen.

According to her, if it was Bawumia’s aide, Dr Gideon Boako’s, intention of circulating the voice note to gain any political favours, then “may God show him and his cohorts what it feels like to be put out for ridicule.”

The issue of the ‘Taxi Driver’ T.V. series actor has dominated the media circles for some time when the latest audio of the veteran actor pleading for leftovers to feed on became public.

The actor indicated that all those who made promises to support him withdrew after the vice president sent him Ghc50,000 following a viral video that saw the actor cry for help.

The situation, T.T. said, has created a lot of problems for him.

“MzGee good afternoon; I’m wondering if you would have some leftovers in your kitchen to spare. [The] reason is people who used to help have all withdrawn their help when they heard that the Vice President had given me the money. But you would agree with me that [with] such monies, you need to invest wisely, and that is what I have done, and when you make investments too, it will take time before you begin enjoying it,” the Taxi Driver T.V. series actor explained.

“Right now, the situation has created a lot of problems for me; you know, a lot of people used to help me a lot but now everybody…I even understood that some people contributed some money in States to be sent to me; the moment they heard [that the Vice President had given me the money] everybody went for his money,” Psalm Adjeteyfio added.

After this voice note sent to MzGee was leaked, many have called out the media personality for making public a voice note which was sent to her in private. She has since denied leaking the voice note to the public.

Source: Ghanaweb.com

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