Date rush is gargantuan by all standard with the euphoria that surrounds happenings around the live love program.
It's large viewership space do evidently draw out Ghanaians to share their views and sentiments accordingly to what transpired in live on sect.
From this current episode, it has come to bear that the once bashed host, Giovanni Caleb has landed into the lashing plate of Ghanaians.
Giovanni Caleb been the host of the show after TV3 pattered ways with Nii Kpakpo Thompson.
Giovanni after yesterday's show landed into the heats of talking Ghanaians as what they believe is not the right way to engage Fatima, a figure that has won the hearts of many Ghanaians with her showmanship and craftiness on the show.
After Kingsley’s entrance and performance, Giovanni made the statement “Everyone Deserves a rose even Fatima”.
Ghanaians believe Giovanni must immediately apologize to Fatima, since it's a sign of disrespect to her as a lady.
The comments from both male and female Ghanaian fans of the show indicates their gross displeasure towards Giovanni.
Take your time to read the comments below
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