A young Ghanaian curvaceous lady looking for love has caused a confusion online last Sunday when she appeared on TV3's Date Rush reality show.
Shemima is an entrepreneur and she sells ladies and guys clothes online, According to her, she, however, sells more guys' clothes, shoes and more than ladies' goods.
Her brother describing her on the show says, she is a straightforward person and doesn't sugarcoat words when she is expressing her opinion or confronting someone over an issue.
26 years Shemima is currently single because she unknowingly dated a married man and broke up with him after the man's wife walked on them one day at a beach and confronted her.
Miss Hawa who is the 6th born in a family of ten now says due to her experience with the married man she dated, she is now scared of men.
Shemima who is also a video vixen and commercial plus-size model went home with Ali as his date from the reality show as she is looking to find love again.
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