- Celebrated record producer, Da' Hammer, has chided people opposing the signing of a petition for authorities to pardon Akuapem Poloo
- Hammer of The Last Two fame indicated that it's a free world and people can choose to plead for the actress
- Akuapem Poloo has been sentenced to 90 days imprisonment over a naked photo with her son
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Record producer and hiplife pioneer, Da' Hammer, born Edward Nana Poku Osei, has chastised people opposing the signing of a petition for authorities to pardon Akuapem Poloo.
Actress Akuapem Poloo born Rosemond Brown was handed a 90-day jail term by an Accra Circuit Court for posing and publishing a naked photo with her son.
Hammer of The Last Two vehemently chided social media commentators denigrating people who are signing the petition for authorities in the country to pardon the actress.
In a long Facebook message, he said, ''the social media commentators suddenly turned litigation experts, attacking people who're signing a petition to pardon a girl who was oblivious to the consequences of her actions, please your take doesn’t matter to anyone. Your take is not absolute, it is relative. It's only your opinion based on your sad situation. We don't want to hear how you think she deserves anything.''
He queried why people are angered that others are appealing for the state to pardon the actress.
''Why are you so pissed that we're pleading for someone. Where is the love? Are people this bitter? Haven’t you ever had your mum beg for you when your dad was about to lash you?
''If you think she deserves the punishment so much why don’t you go home and gloat, obviously you won? Isn’t she jailed? What are you doing still hanging around here? Is it that bad, you seriously need to also make sure she gets no sympathy as well?''
According to the renowned record producer, he has never met Akuapem Poloo but he ''can unequivocally attest to the fact that she wasn’t trying to communicate an [raunchy] image.''
''It's just an art depiction gone wrong because of our society and I understand that ignorance is not an excuse but please if there’s not a drop of sympathy left in you please leave the rest of us to make an effort,'' he added.
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The couple a day before on April 15, tied the knot in a traditional marriage ceremony in the presence of family, friends and loved ones.
For their traditional marriage, the romantic couple adorned rich royal green fabric and expensive jewellery for their special day to say ''I do''.
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