Akuapem Poloo & son apologize to Ghanaians in emotional video

Akuapem Poloo & son apologize to Ghanaians in emotional video

- Rosemond Brown has rendered an apology to Ghanaians for the photo she shared of her unclad self with her son on his birthday

- Also known as Akuapen Poloo, the popular Ghanaian video vixen said she meant no bad with her post but has now regretted it bitterly

- Akuapem Poloo's son also spoke in the video, pleading on the whole of Ghana that his mother is a good person and should be forgiven

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Ghanaian video vixen Rosemond Brown, affectionately known as Akuapem Poloo has, together with her son, released a video to render an apology to Ghanaians.

Poloo posted the video on her verified Instagram account, saying that she had no bad intentions for sharing an unclad photo of herself talking to her son on his birthday.

According to the honey vendor, she has been brought back to earth by the numerous harsh comments she has gotten since the photo went viral.

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The father of Rosemond Brown’s son even waded into the controversy over her nude photo with the son. He described Brown as a disappointment and called for stiffer punishment for her.

The most heartwarming part of the video was when Poloo called her son into the video to also tell Ghanaians something on her behalf.

Chief, the seven-year-old boy, said remorsefully, "Ghanaians, please forgive my mommy. She is a good person", which appears to make the apology complete and acceptable.

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Meanwhile, a Nigerian comedian called The Real Femi has released a hilarious video of himself imitating how pidgin English is spoken in Sierra Leone, Ghana, and Nigeria.

The video portrayed both the Naija pidgin and Salone pidgin quite well with no clear strings attached, but how Femi spoke Ghana pidgin makes it clear he was making fun of it.

In all three sentences Femi translated into the various pidgin languages, he repeatedly used words such as 'kraa' and 'inside no be outside' in a ridiculous manner which did not sit well with many Ghanaians.

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