Salma Mumin apologises for her watermelon birthday photo

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Ghanaian actress cum entrepreneur, Salma Mumin, turned a year older last week and as part of her celebrations, she decided to share a raunchy photo with her fans.

Salma’s photo in which she posed almost nude in a bathtub amidst watermelons and some smashed pieces used in covering her dignity, attracted some backlash from fans for its explicit nature.

The actress at the beginning of the negative comments about her photo was defiant about her gesture but that has changed Monday morning as she issued an apology to her fans.

“Friday was like a movie! AND I APOLOGIZE FOR MY WATERMELON PHOTO!

It was supposed to be a harmless photo as I was fully clothed in the tub, a lot of photoshop was done on editing bench,” she wrote on Instagram.

Salma added that it wasn’t her intention to disappoint fans and sincerely asked for their forgiveness.

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