Akuapem Poloo’s Angry Baby Daddy wants His Son back so She Stops Disgracing Him with Her Online ‘Fooling’ — VIDEO

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Akuapem Poloo has a son that she talks about in her interviews sometimes but who she doesn’t splash all over social media the way she splashes herself.

Considering a day cannot go by without a disgraceful stunt from her, the father of her son says he’s now fed up and wants his son back with him.

Identifying himself as Mr Afoko, he said his son is being disgraced on a daily basis by the mother. He said every attempt to reach Rosemond has been futile but he would do everything he can to reach her and get custody of his son.

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“I am concerned about my son’s future. Akuapem Poloo, have you thought about the consequences of your actions on social media?” he said in a video trending on social media.

“Have you thought about the fact that people will make fun of our son in school over your behaviour on social media? You have been avoiding my calls and I want you to know that my family and I will be coming for my son.

“You are on social media exposing your body and flirting with men without thinking about our son. Wherever she is hiding, I am coming for her,” he vowed.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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