Ghana girls don't believe in flowers; they like jollof - Cilla of Date Rush fame says in video

Ghana girls don't believe in flowers; they like jollof - Cilla of Date Rush fame says in video

- Cilla has made a claim about the likes and dislikes of Ghanaian girls in a new video

- According to her, ladies in Ghana do no interpret love with flowers but rather food

- Cilla was speaking to one of the men who had come to find love on the show

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Cilla, one of the participants of TV3's dating reality show, Date Rush, has said Ghanaian ladies do not interpret love with beautiful flowers but rather with food.

While on the reality show on Sunday, March 21, 2021, Cilla reprimanded one of the male contestants for coming on the show with flowers.

According to her, Ghanaian girls did not believe in flowers but would rather open up if you give them food like Jollof and chicken or Kontonmire stew.

Ghana girls don't believe in flowers; they like jollof - Cilla of Date Rush fame says in video
Ghana girls don't believe in flowers; they like jollof - Cilla of Date Rush fame says in video
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She was seen in the video holding the flower that the young man brought onto the show and said it was not going to win the heart of any of the female participants on the show.

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Cilla asked the young man to rather come with Jollof or Kontonmire to the show next time if he wants to get a date.

"...But you know, Ghanaian girls don't believe in flowers. They believe in Jollof and Chicken or Kontonmire. That is the sign of love. Thank you," Cilla told the male participant.

Many fans of the show have reacted to Cilla's claims and have shared their views about what love is and what the signs of love are.

Speaking about Date Rush, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that 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.

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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.

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