Ghanaian actress Rosemond Brown has defended her rampant tantrums on social media, saying she has support from the celebrities she takes on.
The fast rising social media slay queen, popularly called Akwapim Poloo has been seen in various videos on Instagram and YouTube ‘insulting’ the likes of Ghanaian actress and model, Moesha Boduong, “Ekiki Me’ singer, Wisa Gried and popular TV host, Deloris Frimpong Manso also known as Delay.
In a recent video that generated sparks on social media, Rosemond was seen accusing boyfriend of Sister Debbie, Medikal of attempting to rape her. Although the actress has come out to apologize to Medikal, fans of the “Too Risky” hit maker are still upset about the allegations.
But clarifying her action on “The Delay Show”, the mother of one said she was asked by Medikal to come up with a video that will help him trend. According to her, after she put out the video she contacted Medikal and Sister Debbie for feedback and pulled it down immediately concerns were raised about it.“I met Medikal at SoHo Bar and he told me he wants me to do something for him to trend because he likes my videos. After hugging me more than six times, he said he could watch my video more than thousand times a day and I told him I was grateful. After that I promised to work on a video for him which he approved of. The next day when I was done with it, I sent him a message asking if he was cool with it, it was later that night when I met Sister Debby that she told me the video was cool, but the use of the word rape was bad. So I apologized and promised to take it down which I did”.
Rosemond Brown further revealed that, all celebrities she has engaged on social media were in love with what she does and the things she says about them since it is not personal.
Source : Ghanaweb