- Actress Beverly Afaglo has narrated how she lost an acting job because she had to take care of her child
- She told Naa Ashorkor on Asaase Radio that she was written out of a series because she had to leave the set to feed her child
- A friend later relayed the information about the director's decision to Afaglo
Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
She made the revelation during an interview on 'Between Hours' on Asaase Radio 99.5 FM.
"I remember my first child, I was breastfeeding and normally I do breastfeed exclusively till the sixth month when it ends then I am done. So it was like the end to the seventh month, and I think that week, I was doing my first job. And I went on set and I think we were supposed to finish that last scene at 5 pm, and we waited until 11 pm," recalled Afaglo.
"A week after a colleague calls and tells me the director said 'you said you had to go home and breastfeed your child and because of that we are writing you off.' And it was a series. They wrote me out."
In other news about actresses, Nigerian actress Tonto Dikeh, has joined the list of celebrities asking for actress Akuapem Poloo, born Rosemond Brown to be set free.
In a Facebook post seen by YEN.com.gh, she asked Nigerians to support and show love to Poloo so she can be brought back home.
"In this case, I see no hurt here, Can I take the same picture? No, I couldn't, not even in the next life, but I'm different doesn’t mean the act is Totally wrong..Classless? yes Sir, but Not Bad enough to Go to Jail? No, I don’t think so," reads part of the message posted by Dikeh.
The likes of Sarkodie, Efya, Bridget Otoo, Jessica Opare-Sarforo, and Vanessa Gyan had previously pleaded with the court to have mercy on her prior to the sentence.
The campaign to free actress Akuapem Poloo is gaining more support with over 30,000 people signing for her to gain her freedom. The likes of rapper Joey B are amongst the public figures who have signed the petition.
On Friday, April 16, 2021, Poloo was sentenced to a 90-day jail term after she pleaded guilty to charges of publishing obscene material with two counts of domestic violence over posting a nude photo of her son in 2020.
Bright Appiah, Executive Director of Child Rights International reported Akuapem Poloo to the police in 2020 after she posted a nude photo of herself and her son.
Enjoy reading our stories? Join YEN.com.gh's Telegram channel! Never miss important updates!
Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!