- Akuapem Poloo has stirred emotions with her throwback photo
- In the photo, Akuapem Poloo revealed how her grandmother took care of her
- The photo has attracted massive reactions from social media users
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Ghanaian actress and video vixen, Akuapem Poloo, has released an emotional photo of her life in the village.
The controversial actress has shared a throwback photo of herself when she was a little girl.
In the photo seen by YEN.com.gh, the young-looking Akuapem Poloo's showed her backside to the camera.
From the photo, one can clearly see white powder rubbed at her back after taking her bath.
Akuapem Poloo went on to give a background of the photo she shared.
Her caption of the photo read, "this is what happens if your granny's brought you up lol after bathing I always apply my POWDER OOOO SEE IT AT MY BACK THAT'S WHY I SHOWED MY BACK TO THE CAMERA WAI HAHA VILLAGE LIFE ♀️ONLY THE REAL CAN RELATE."
The photo has touched the hearts of many social media users as they commented on it.
@lesterdzisah commented: "Fresh from childhood."
@yhaa_sark_gh wrote: "BeaUtiful from birth."
@nkrumah386: "U were bigger than now."
@thunder_247: "Seed of beauty."
@akyer3ba_lena: "I watched one of ur interviews with okfm or so after d CardiB issue & I loved how u v improved so much in d way u respond to questions. Big ups to ur management for d good work."
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported a story of how Akuapem Polooo became a big star after her encounter with American rapper, Cardi B.
Following her short stay in Ghana, Cardi B met many popular people in the country including Akuapem Poloo.
However, the Grammy award-winner couldn't forget Akuapem Poloo after leaving the shores of Ghana for her home country, USA.
The rapper, after arriving in the USA, took to her Insta stories to share a photo of Akuapem Poloo.
Cardi B then referred to Akuapem Poloo as her 'twin' sister.
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