Akuapem Poloo shares photos of her son's father

Akuapem Poloo shares photos of her son's father

- Akuapem Poloo has shared photos of the man she had her handsome son with

- Poloo shared the photos to answer fans' questions as to why her son is not as fair as herself

- She also disclosed that someone was in her DM trying to use the photos against her

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Ghanaian actress and Instagram star, Akuapem Poloo, born Rosemond Brown, has shared throwback photos with the father of her son.

The controversial Akuapem Poloo is known to have a handsome baby boy known as Chief who is about six years old.

While she often flaunts her son on social media, rarely does she talk about or show the man she had the boy with.

In a series of posts on her Instagram page on Friday, May 8, 2020, Akuapem Poloo has finally shown the face of the man.

The first of the photos had Akuapem Poloo's ex lying on a bed and holding their son who was an infant.

Sharing the photo, Akuapem Poloo indicated that some fans had been wondering why her son is dark in complexion as compared to her.

The reason, she stated was because the boy's father who was captured in the photo was very dark.

"So a lot of my fans always ask why chief grew up looking dark and this is the reason nothing to hide his father is dark skin and that’s chief with his father wai," she captioned the photo.

Later, Poloo shared another photo which had her in bed with her former partner.

According to her, she had to post the second photo because somebody was trying to use the photo which she said was eight years old against her.

"Lol haha so I needed to post all this because someone is in my dm holding this old pictures telling me he will send it to @adinmasomadina I laugh like killer let me post it myself we were this cool oo 8years ago," she said.

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