American rapper, Cardi B says she believes the jail sentence Akuapem Poloo is serving is a bit harsh.
Actress Rosemond Alade Brown was on Friday jailed 90 days by an Accra Circuit Court for taking nude pictures with her son and posting them on her Instagram page.
But defending this action, Cardi B took to Twitter to state that she has seen many mothers do such photoshoots and the intentions are not sexual or abuse motivated.
Although it is not her style, Cardi B believes Akuapem Poloo and other mothers alike use those photos to communicate the natural idea of motherhood.
“I think jail is a bit harsh. Maybe social media probation or community service,” the Grammy Award-winning rapper.
I seen a lot of Americans do photoshoots like that .Even tho is not my style 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. https://t.co/ncdwvggvFK
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) April 17, 2021
Handing her judgment on Friday, the High Court judge Christina Cann expressed discontent with the alarming rate at which nudity has become a thing in the country’s social media space.
The sentencing generated a lot of buzz with some school of thoughts claiming it is too harsh while others said she deserved it.
Akuapem Poloo, born Rosemond Brown appealed to Ghanaians to support her with prayers as she begins her 90-day jail sentence.
Captioning her post “I love you all”, the social media sensation said “Sometimes in life, you have to pass through some things to make you strong to get you somewhere. I know this is a test I have to go through.
“All that I need is your prayers and your support. Your girl will be back soon,” she said in the short video.