The actress had shared a nude picture where she appeared alongside her underage son on her social media platforms in June 2020 to celebrate his son’s seventh year birthday.
She got a lot of backlash for the post while the Director of Child Rights International Ghana, Bright Appiah, filed a petition seeking prosecution.
Poloo was sentenced to three months in prison on Friday for posting nude pictures online.
Cardi B said she has seen a lot of such photos on social media and sees nothing wrong with Poloo’s action.
“I have seen a lot of Americans do photoshoots like that,” she tweeted.
“Even though its not my style I don’t think she had a sexual motive around the photo.
“In honesty, I also think jail is a bit harsh. Maybe social media probation or community service would have been better,” she said.
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