Bella is one of the most serious women on TV3's date rush program. She know how to manipulate the guys on the pragram.
However, Bella is very intelligent and calm but when she decides to strike then everyone becomes surprise at her action.
Meanwhile, some fans have said that Bella didn't come on the date rush show to play but she meant business because her demands are very high especially when it come to money.
According to a section of fans of date rush, Bella is much interested in money and that's the reason she's so selective to make a good choice of a partner with cash.
Bella is beautiful and nice but she should know that beauty doesn't only count from the physical outlooks of a woman but also within. Fans of date rush added.
If Bella indeed think that she is so mature to date a guy then she should stop people with other people's feelings. She shouldn't let her love be based on how huge or fat ones pocket is but on real love.
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