Shemima had many Ghanaians surprised, following her decision to choose Ali as her date in the previous episode of TV's date rush. Shemima is naturally endowed and, the beautiful plus size lady has made Ali the luckiest guy ever to appear on the show. However, Ghanaians are making subtle jokes about Ali and Shemima, Giovanni Caleb shared a photo of Ali and his date on social media via Twitter, and Ghanaians couldn't stop talking about it.
Ghanaians are mocking Ali for not posing behind Shemima's huge backside. The photo has generated a lot of reaction on Twitter. Ali is indeed a lucky man. Moreover, it seems many people appear on date rush just for the spotlight and not necessarily to find love, but from the look in Ali's face in the photo, you could see he is taking Shemima very serious. Netizens believe Ali has signed his death trap, as he wouldn't be able to handle Shemima's huge cargo. Love is a beautiful thing, and Ali and Shemima are really enjoying themselves. Check out how netizens reacted to the photo.
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