Actress and social media sensation, Akuapem Poloo, known in real life as Rosemond Brown has made yet another startling revelation in an interview with Mona Gucci about her famous life.
The Actress on completing her Senior High School education, she moved to settle in Ghana’s capital, Accra where she started her acting career. Prior to her settlement, she sold a popular Ghanaian snack known as ‘Poloo’ to make a living which is the reason behind her showbiz name ‘Akuapem Poloo’.
Her nine years movie career did not get the attention of Ghanaians she required until she began to talk about things that seem to be foolish according to her. Furthermore the video vixen started putting nude photos of herself on social media and jabbing Ghanaian entertainers such Efia Odo, Fela Makafui and Moesha for what it seems to be stupid lifestyles they put on social media until she gradually got the fame and became relevant in the Ghanaian setting according to her.
She explained on the Linkup show with Mona Gucci on Kantanka TV that, since she became famous in Ghana and parts of Africa, most Ghanaian female celebrities looked down on her due to the way and manner she became famous.
“Some Ghanaian female celebrities disregarded me until American singer Cardi B recognized and made me relevant at their expense when she visited Ghana. Some of them also envy me due what I am today as one of the most sort after celebrities in Ghana and as a brand Ambassador for Pinamang Cosmetics. Some of them felt like they deserve to be where I am better than I do”, she shockingly said.
The social media sensation added that, now some of these celebrities who previously challenged her celebrity status thereby disregarded her want to be friends with her and others too hate her because of her relationship with other celebrities.
Rosemond Brown also said on the show that Lydia Forson and Yvonne Okoro pulled out of Kofas Media hit comedy, ‘Away Bus’, last minute. Although she didn’t know why, she insinuated “I don’t want to believe it was because of me ”
Story by: Kwaku Amoateng Kyei