- Sarkodie has pleaded on behalf of actress Rosemond Brown following her conviction
- The rapper took to Twitter to plead with the law to temper justice with mercy
- Akuapem Poloo has been convicted on her own guilty plea and is due for sentencing tomorrow, April 16, 2021
Multiple award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, known in real life as Michael Owusu Addo has called on the law to pardon his colleague, actress Rosemond Alade Brown.
The Oofeetsor rapper took to his Twitter handle to call on the authorities handling the Rosemond Brown case to temper justice with mercy since sentencing her would seem a "little harsh".
Sarkodie added that it would seem a little on the hard side separating a mother from her child just because of some pictures they took together.
He then tapped into the viral hashtag after Rosemond Brown popularly known as Akuapem Poloo was convicted and asked that she be pardoned.
Sarkodie's tweet read: "I think it’s a little harsh to separate a child from the mum just because of pictures taken ... would want to plead with the law to pardon our sister Folded hands #FreeAkuapemPoloo"
Many fans and followers of the musician could not agree with him more as they took to the comment section in solidarity.
Others were also of the view that the law had to take its own cause so that some sanity could be restored on social media.
Sarkodie adds up to a growing number of celebrities and influencers who have leaned into the case in defence of Akuapem Poloo.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning Ghanaian songstress, Efya, known in real life as Jane Awindor has called on authorities to free actress Rosemond Alade Brown, famed as Akuapem Poloo.
In a Twitter post, the singer shared the hashtag #FreeAkuapemPoloo in solidarity and support of an industry sister.
Efya's reaction and support follow reports that Akuapem Poloo has been found guilty and has been convicted pending sentencing after she posted a birthday suit photo with her young son.
Actress and musician, Yaa Jackson, has also called on the law to forgive Akuapem Poloo and not impose any sentence on her.