2020 Vodafone Ghana music awards artiste of the year, kuami Eugene has promised to cut of his signature rasta hairdo to show support for Rosemond Alade Brown aka Akuapem poloo. Akuapem poloo was sentenced to serve 90 days in jail and Ghanaians and celebrities are showing massive support for the actress.
Sarkodie, Efya Nocturnal and Reggie Rock stone have already expressed empathy for the actress and now it seems the toll has taken effect on linx entertainment signee and "open gate" hitmaker kuami Eugene to also show his support for Akuapem poloo. We all know Ghanaians won't hesitate to voice out their opinions. Kuami Eugene in a tweet said " I'm taking the rasta off tomorrow for poloo. #mercyforakuapempoloo".
The tweet as at now has gathered 479 retweets and 4642 likes however, some fans are finding it hard to believe the sensational singer is cutting of his rasta to show support for Akuapem poloo. Most of the fans believe the "Angela" hitmaker is using Akuapem poloo's case as a get away to cut of his dreadlocks and nothing else. See how Ghanaians reacted under Eugene's tweet.
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