‘You are a motivated beggar with a sense of entitlement’ – Kwame A-Plus fires TT

'You are a motivated beggar with a sense of entitlement' - Kwame Aplus fires TT
TT, A Plus and an unknown woman

Media personality Kwame A Plus has shared his sentiments on the recent fundraising for the veteran actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio. In his opinion, TT is a leech determined to suck the goodness out of well-meaning Ghanaians.

TT’s viral audio of him begging MzGee for kitchen leftovers has drawn different opinions from Ghanaians. Whilst others are sympathising with his plight, many have expressed disappointment in his actions.

A Plus has joined Afia Schwarzenegger to bash the TT for coming back to ask for supports soon after he received donations worth GHc90,000.00.

In a Facebook post, the social commentator did not mince words whilst detailed how others would have used the opportunity to present to TT in more meaningful ways.

“This woman, I’m told, is a widow. (I stand to be corrected) Every day, she carries her twin daughters on her back, in the scorching sun, then she carries a heavy bowl of assorted drinks and chilled water to sell, just to make ends meet. In the same photo, you see other women with kids working hard to make a living.
If this woman gets what TT describes as ‘only 500 Ghana cedis’, she will get a space in a marketplace, put a table there and start selling on the table instead of carrying her twins and this heavy load and roaming all day. With an investment of 500 Ghana, in a few years, her twins will be in the university. This is how many women in Ghana have taken care of their children. God bless our mothers.”

According to A Plus, TT should find work to sustain himself. He cited that begging or relying on people for his livelihood does not speak well of him.

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“You are a motivated beggar with a sense of entitlement!! I’m always the first person to mobilize support for people in need. But you, even the one you have, if I get the opportunity, I’ll take it from you. You don’t deserve any help, my guy!! Instead of sitting at home with that stinking sense of entitlement and granting interviews, use that sweet voice and eloquence to host a radio show to get paid monthly. Disabled people are sitting in wheelchairs and selling in traffic. Masa!!”

By Grace Somuah-Annan|3news.com|Ghana