Date rush is evidently gathering so much attention and views with it's melodramatic and trage-comedy happenings that takes over social media.
Sunday evening has become tempting to get glued to TV3 broadcasting television network with it's heightened drama on Ghanaian television screens.
Talking of heartbreaking in this dramatic show, one character [lady] in the spotlight show has become the talk of the show as she seem not to be getting the attention love clicks on the live love show.
Fatima, has been labeled as the sole reason why many get glued to their television set, with hopes that she will also find the love of her life she's been hoping for.
Ghanaians took to social media after today's edition of date rush ended without a hook up for Fatima.
Ghanaians believe it's high time she gets of the screens and hope for a guy to approach her and love her just as she is.
She can't be wasting her previous time on the show for nothing after this long run of weeks.
Kindly read the comments below
Do you aggre with Ghanaians?
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