Rosemond Brown, aka Akuapem Poloo, Calls Out TV3 For Failing To Premiere Her Music Video


Ghanaian actress and social media sensation, Rosemond Brown, is making headlines again. The mother of one, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo, has recently shifted her focus to music and has been making waves in the industry. However, her excitement was cut short when TV3 failed to premiere her debut music video.

Akuapem Poloo took to social media to express her disappointment, claiming that the channel used her to promote someone else’s song during her interview. In a series of rants, she called out TV3 for not airing her video, which was shot for her “Sexy Poloo” song featuring Tic and budding singer Tayst.

TV3 had promised to play the video after the interview but instead played “Atta Adwoa,” a move that did not sit well with Akuapem Poloo. She accused the channel of misleading her and using her to promote someone else’s song, causing her to miss out on the opportunity to showcase her music.

While Akuapem Poloo’s anger was justified, her delivery of the message was what caught the attention of many. Her inability to pronounce some words correctly or misuse them made the video both humorous and embarrassing.

Despite this, her video caught the attention of top Nigerian act Olamide, who shared it on his Instagram page, attracting comments from other Nigerian artists such as Wizkid.


Akuapem Poloo’s debut music video has yet to be premiered, and her disappointment with TV3 is understandable. However, her delivery of the message was not well received due to her language missteps. Regardless, her video has caught the attention of many and may help boost her career in the music industry.

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Kwaku Nimako

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