American rap goddess Cardi B has finally reacted to Akuapem poloo's ordeal which has been the most talked about issues this week. Akuapem poloo was sentenced to serve 3 months in jail after she shared a a naked photo of herself and son via Instagram to celebrate her kid's seventh birthday last year june. #freeakuapempoloo trended for hours but to no avail, celebrities added their voice but nothing was done.
Cardi B who has been to Ghana before finally reacted to her acclaimed best friend Akuapem poloo's case. AfroMuzik_Tv tagged the "money" rapper in a post asking the rapper her opinion regarding Akuapem poloo's case. Cardi B in a reply tweet said " I've seen alot of Americans do Photoshoot like that, eventhough it is not my style and i don't think she was going for sexual more going the natural idea. I think jail is a bit harsh, maybe social media probation or community service".
Many would agree with the controversial rapper's tweet but the values and morals are different in Ghana compared to America.
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