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Akuapem Poloo Defends Twerking as a Form of Self-Expression

akuapem poloo defends twerking as a form of self expression

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Ghanaian Actress Akuapem Poloo Stands Firm in Support of Twerking

During a recent interview on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning show, Ghanaian actress Rosemary Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo, expressed her strong support for twerking and firmly dismissed any concerns associated with it. The actress defended twerking as a form of self-expression and emphasized that she sees no issue with it.

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Akuapem Poloo’s statements came in response to a viral video of her twerking and energetically moving her body during her birthday celebration. Addressing the controversy surrounding twerking, she drew a comparison to the biblical story of King David, highlighting how he danced with such fervor that his clothes fell off. By doing so, she suggested that twerking is a joyful expression and an integral part of dancing.

It’s important to note that twerking has been a topic of debate and disagreement in recent times. While some consider it inappropriate or degrading, others argue that it is a valid form of self-expression. Akuapem Poloo firmly aligns herself with the latter perspective, supporting twerking as a way to celebrate joy and embrace individuality.



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Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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