Sunday nights in Ghana has become interesting as most people spend their nights watching one of the most popular dating reality show, Daterush. The show is known for being suspenseful leaving it’s fans craving for the next episodes.
The show which is hosted by Giovani Caleb and Anita Akufo always takes the number spot on Twitter’s trend table with over 13,000 Facebook viewers. The show has gradually become the favourite of Ghanaians.Today's episode was a very interesting one, as Fatima popularly known as “Girl dem sugar” was trending on the number two spot on the Twitter trends table after she was bounced by Arthur aka “300 Sparta”. Some fans commented that Fatima is very beautiful but it is her hairstyle that scares the boys away and if she changes it, she will definitely get a date.
Some fans also wrote on their pages that she should go and consult the gods and she will get a date.
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