The Ghanaian music duo have taken a go at Ghanaians following the news of the death of popular Ghanaian actor Psalm Adjeteyfio. Reggie and Bollie have stated that Ghanaians could have done better to support the actor when he reached out to the public for financial aid.
The actor it will be recalled late 2021 reached out to well-meaning Ghanaians to support him as he had financial challenges. Psalm Adjeteyfio asked for financial support to pay for his medical bills and well as accommodation demands. Whiles the Vice President, Dr Mamudu Bawumia, the Chief Of Staff Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey donated to support him, some sections of the Ghanaian public came hard at Psalm Adjeteyfio.
The general public approach to the issue is what Reggie and Bollie have asked Ghanaians now, “are you happy now”? The duo via their verified account on Facebook posted a write up stating how bad they think the issue was handled. “TT was a legend and you guys made him pay for trying to entertain a country which does not respect creative arts and entertainment industry”.
Reggie and Bollie noted how social media can be a great tool for supporting and showing love to individuals and not the other way round. “Social media has gotten most of you blinded and insensitive to your fellow human being’s deepest pain and predicament all for what?
Some individuals came out to express thoughts on the modalities Psalm Adjeteyfio employed to ask for help and this Reggie and Bollie disagreed with. “Your time go come soon”. The duo called on lovers of the Ghanaian entertainment to continue to support the industry. “Those of you who were mocking and vilifying him for publicly asking for help can have your field day today”.
The duo has described Psalm Adjeteyfio as a legend who entertained the country. Reggie and Bollie is a music duo formed ahead of contesting for a spot at the X-factor UK in 2015 were they finished as runner ups. Reggie and Bollie consists of Reggie Zippy (Reginald Ainooson) and Bollie Babeface (Ishmael Hamid).