Wanlov Kubolor believes Akuapem Poloo never offended anyone after she revealed a picture of herself and the son some months ago on social media.
Akuapem Poloo has been sentenced to serve three months in jail after she took a naked picture with herself and the son and further posting it on her social media platform.
In the wake of this news, many people in the Ghanaian music industry have raised concerns and pleaded to the court to grand Poloo mercy. However, Wanlov Kubolor has a different view about the whole concept, after he revealed, Poloo didn't offend anyone by exposed herself on social media.
According to the controversial Ghanaian artist, there is nothing wrong with Akuapem Poloo's picture with her son because she did not show off her private part in the picture she posted some months ago.
In an interview, with Fiifi Pratt, Wanlov said: "my view as a reasonable person is that, I frankly did not find the said picture obscene."
And according to him, Poloo must be set free, as she was only showing love for her 7 year old child.
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