- Ghanaian actress, Akuapem Poloo, has taken to social media to show gratitude to some Nigerian celebs who tried to help her when she was jailed
- The movie star was jailed after posing unclad in her son’s birthday photos
- Nigerian stars, Mr Eazi and Mercy Johnson, sent her messages, wanting to know how they could be of help
Popular Ghanaian actress, Rosemond Alade Brown aka Akuapem Poloo, has now shown gratitude to Nigerian stars, Mr Eazi and Mercy Johnson, after they tried to help her out of jail.
Taking to her social media page, Poloo shared screenshots of her recently discovered messages that she received from the Nigerian stars.
In the screenshot of Mercy Johnson’s message, the Nigerian actress asked her for a phone number she could be reached on. The mother of four also asked how she could be of help.
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In another screenshot, Nigerian singer, Mr Eazi, had asked Poloo is she already had a lawyer. He also showed interest in changing her legal counsel to a better one.
Poloo was obviously touched by their kind gestures and took to her page to appreciate them. According to her, she saw their messages after her release because her phones were taken away. The Ghanaian movie star thanked them for being there for her.
In her words:
“Someone please help me tell this beautiful soul how much I’m happy to know they were ready to help me Eeii am just blessed not lucky @mercyjohnsonokojie @mreazi @officialmaameserwaa I’m soo sorry I’m now seeing this oo while everything was going on my phones were taken away from me I was in jail actually thanks for being there for me”
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See the post below:
Recall that Akuapem Poloo was sent to jail after posing unclad with her son in his birthday photos.
Even though the photos sparked massive outrage on social media, a number of people were of the opinion that she did not deserve to be jailed for it.
Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, had also campaigned on social media for Poloo to be released from jail.
In a post shared on Instagram, Dikeh explained that a mother cannot be taught how to bring up her own children.
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