Date rush, a reality TV program hosted by Giovanni Caleb on one of Ghana's best channels, TV3. On this show, people, obviously who are searching for love appear upon passing through some kind of vetting and then battle it out with other contestants to get their better halves.
Of late, almost all those who appear on the show to find their loved ones claim they are single but upon successful selection of their other halves on the show, you see it on the news that they are already in relationships before appearing on the program. I know one may ask, do they do this for fame or to trend?
Obviously, that will be their motif. Scrolling through my Instagram feeds, I saw on at occupygh_ the save the date of Sandra, the girl who rejected all ten male contestants on the date rush program. See image below
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