- Fatima of Date Rush has opened up about her life and the struggles she had to endure
- According to her, she had to go and live in an orphanage for many years
- She revealed that she only left the orphanage this year in her quest to live her music dream
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Mary Owusuwaa Fatima, one of the ladies in the ongoing dating reality show on TV3, Date Rush has shared the story of her life and why she lived in an orphanage for 19 years.
While speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, Fatima revealed that growing up, her dad neglected them and it made life quite difficult.
In recounting the difficulties she had to go through, Fatima revealed that financial constraints pushed someone to send her to an orphanage for her to be able to survive.
Fatima said when she was taken to the orphanage, she was only five years old at the time and she had to spend the next 19 years there.
According to the Date Rush star, during her time at the orphanage, she was allowed to visit her mother who lived outside the home which got them to bond.
Speaking about her dad, Fatima said due to how he neglected his fatherly duties, she did not really care what actually happened to him.
Fatima added that her stance and attitude were indifferent when her family broke the news to her that her father had passed away.
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The Date Rush participant said she became very popular at the orphanage because of her music craft and it earned her the nickname, Girl Dem Boss.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the first scenes from the white wedding of the now popular Obuasi military man have landed on social media.
The video showed some military colleagues of the man of the moment showing off their dance moves in the church.
In the video, some personnel of the military was seen leading praises and worship while some of their colleagues stormed the dance floor.
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