Darkua Asiedu is one of the ladies date rush followers would never forget in the 3rd season of Date rush. Darkoa was known for her drama and antics, making her one of the center of attention on the programme. One of the memorable moments of Darkua on Date rush was when she left her rush on, when a guy she wanted finally turned up, only for her to get rejected by the guy. She couldn't hold back her tears and wept bitterly on the show.
Darkua is currently not a participant of the maiden edition of the show and her fans might be missing her. Check out some of her hot pictures.
Date rush is arguably one of the Television programmes in Ghana with huge viewship since its emergence. The programme is aired on TV3 every Sunday night, and has become the favourite for most Ghanaians. The programme is such that, ten ladies mount the stage and choose a guy they are interested in, either by turning on or turning off their rushes. Date rush is marred with antics and drama from these ladies which makes the programme interesting.
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