In the new switch episode of Date Rush where the men make the decisions, it has really been interesting.
Martha who was the second lady to appear on this special episode took to the stage dance wholeheartedly. This captivated a majority of the men as they simply vibed along with her.
One young man named Philip however, stated that party girls are his "spec" so when Martha got the chance of coming near him, he proceeded to go ahead and dance with her, although she didn't belong to anybody yet.
From the get go, many were concluding that Philip has finally gotten the lady he wants as he recently rejected a beautiful young lady simply because she was a "Church Girl".
However, things took a strange turn when Martha at the end of her session walked off home, empty handed.
What led to this was that, she was rejected by most of the men on the basis such as: she was dark, she wasn't endowed enough, and that she was a talkative.
She also ended up rejecting the few men left who showed interest in her because they didn't answer her questions the way she wanted.
Many fans watching also remarked that she was acting "big" and was proud.
At the end of her session after the free "Soloku" she walked off the stage sad and "empty handed"
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