Cardi B finally reacts to Akuapem Poloo’s 90-day jail sentence over unclad photoshoot with her son
Cardi B finally reacts to Akuapem Poloo’s 90-day jail sentence over unclad photoshoot wit her son. American rapper, Cardi B has reacted to the 90-day jail sentence handed to Ghanaian actress Akuapem Poloo who she infamously described as her “twin sister” during her visit to Ghana in 2019, over a nude photoshoot she engaged in with her underage son.
In a tweet she shared, Cardi B said she believes Akuapem Poloo should not have been imprisoned and that social media probation or community service would have been a better option
She also disclosed that she has seen similar photoshoots in the United States.
The rapper tweeted;
“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.”
Cardi B first got the world’s attention through social media with her tough and frank attitude about life as a stripper. Starting in 2015 she appeared on VH1’s reality show Love & Hip Hop: New York and left the show in 2017 to pursue music full time. That same year she released her No. 1 single “Bodak Yellow” through Atlantic Records, and in 2019 she won a Grammy for her debut album, Invasion of Privacy. She secretly got married to Migos group member Offset in September 2017.
Born on October 11, 1992, as Belcalis Almanzar, Cardi B was born and raised in The Bronx, New York and also spent a lot of time with her grandmother in neighboring Washington Heights. She is of mixed Caribbean heritage, her mother being Trinidadian and her father being of Dominican descent.