There certainly must be some magic associated with having a strong, sturdy physique, especially when it is refined by constant workout in the gym.
Little wonder, seven out of the 10 beautiful ladies empaneled on the second episode of TV3’s Date Rush were swept off their feet on seeing Nana Kweku aka Shoto for the first time – call it love at first sight.
Shoto is a Tantra Hill guy who spends much of his time in the gym working out and that has complemented his height so well that he has an amazing figure.
Tina for instance could not hold back her emotions as she blushed at the figure of Shoto, muttering out a few words of interest. “I like him, I like everything about him”, Tina said shyly.
It did not seem Shoto really liked Tina as much, as he would later choose Paz over her when faced with the challenging task of choosing between the two.
As often said, one man’s meat is another man’s poison, but for this purpose let’s tweak this a bit to say, “one woman’s meat is another woman’s poison”.
While seven ladies fell for Shoto, three were not really enthused about him and what were their reasons?
“He is cute, he is a nice guy but his dance moves … I don’t like it”, Tanefa explained why she bounced Shoto.
For Nancy, she cannot simply cope with Shoto after learning from his friend that he likes hanging out with his boys a lot. “I’m the clingy type, I can’t”, she said.
Meanwhile, Nana Kweku, the gym guy who likes to hangout and chillout with friends has a taste for “fit and curvy girls” and his taste led him to eventually settle on Paz for a date.
On the same night Raymond Kwame Manu-Opoku, an award-winning marketer, philanthropist and a public speaker also picked Jessica for a date after seven ladies initially fell for his corporate composure.
Date Rush is a newly introduced exciting dating reality show on TV3 which gives an eligible bachelor an opportunity to convince 10 beautiful ladies to go on a date with him.
Successful bachelors and their chosen ladies are given all-expenses paid dates which they later share their experiences.
Date Rush was developed in response to the need to support young Ghanaians looking for a platform to meet, connect and build relationships that could grow into long term commitments.
It was also developed to provide viewers with the ultimate entertainment experience as the plot unfolds week after week.
Date Rush is produced by Adesa Productions Ltd, a subsidiary of the Media General Group and sponsored by Rush Energy Drink.
The 13-week episodic show which started on November, 2, 2018, sees a bachelor pitching for a date with the featured maidens each week and so far, four dates have been successfully fixed- two each week.
Brace yourself for this week’s episode coming up Friday, November 16 on TV3 at 8:30 PM.
Watch episode one Date Rush here:By P.D Wedam|3news.com|Ghana