TV3’s Date Rush is indeed very entertaining. Media General has created an opportunity for young men and women to have an opportunity of a lifetime: finding a life partner. Desmond, the short and cute gentleman on the show was able to secure himself a love after failing countless times.
Just then, Twitter served the world with an image of Jennifer and her boyfriend. The duo looked great together and it appears Desmond would find it difficult to stand the heat considering how tall the guy is.
This is very common on the show as many couples on the show has experienced this same drama. For Ali’s Shemima for instance, the alleged husband of Shemima came out to warn Ali. This is very bad because it doesn’t show loyalty from the side of the person that came on the show.
People should genuinely be single and ready to find new partners. The show mustn’t be for just fame achievement but love finding. This is what social media said about the new information:
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