Your rasta makes you a Rockstar - Ghanaians react to Kuami Eugene's decision in support of Akuapem Poloo

Your rasta makes you a Rockstar - Ghanaians react to Kuami Eugene's decision in support of Akuapem Poloo

Ghanaian musician, Eugene Kwame Marfo, known in showbiz circles as Kuami Eugene vowed to take off the Rasta he has been growing for over a year in solidarity for Akuapem Poloo.

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He joins the may others in the showbiz circles pleading for leniency for Akuapem Poloo who was sentenced to 90 days in prison on the count of posting a nude photo with her son in June 2020.

Poloo was sentenced after pleading guilty to the charge which included the publication of obscene material and domestic violence.

Your rasta makes you a Rockstar - Ghanaians react to Kuami Eugene's decision in support of Akuapem Poloo
Your rasta makes you a Rockstar - Ghanaians react to Kuami Eugene's decision in support of Akuapem Poloo
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In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Open gate hit maker wrote, I’m Taking The Rasta Off Tomorrow For Poloo. #MercyForAkuapemPoloo

In reaction to the tweet he shared yesterday, April 17, 2021, some Ghanaians are anot in support of him taking of his rasta as they believe it is now a part of his brand.

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Mey3guy said it is a part of his brand so he should not take it off

Iamsongz said he should keep it since it looks good on him

This twitter user asked him not to take it off yet.

Other twitter users also believed that Kuami Eugene was just using Akuapem Poloo as an excuse to take off the rasta he has on.

Some other also said he is deciding to take off the Rasta because, Nigerian teen musician Rhema, who they believe Kuami Eugene looks up to, has taken down his rasta.

Meanwhile, the National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress(NDC), Sammy Gyamfi has also joined the majority of Ghanaians pleading Akuapem Poloo's sentence.

Sammy Gyamfi said the three-month handed down to Akuapem Poloo was harsh and high-handed.

According to him, the court should have been considerate since she is a first offender and pleaded guilty to the offence she was charged with.

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“The sentence given to @IamAkuapemPoloo is very harsh and high-handed. Given the fact that she is a first offender, pleaded guilty, and showed remorse, a non-custodial sentence would have been appropriate. Sad! I pray@NAkufoAddo remits her sentence or pardons her,” he wrote in a tweet.

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