It has almost 5 years since daterush, which is a reality dating show was introduced by Tv3 Ghana and it has become more interesting as most people spend their Sunday evening watching a show which gets almost 5,000 online viewers.
Today’s edition has been full of fun, as Sammy a student of KNUST, who was trending some years ago when his girlfriend, Nana Ama broke up with him, turned down Ruth even though her rush was on. And even went on to tell Ruth that she looks old and went he is seen around with her, people will think she is her mother.
Some fans on Twitter commented that, Sammy deserves the broken heart because he wasn't serious at all and he makes it true that not all guys in spectacles are serious.
Others also wrote that instead of him focusing on his education since he is in his final year, he is on daterush looking for love.
Here are more comments from Twitter users;
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