‘Use Twi language on Date Rush show’ – Ghanaian woman begs Giovani Caleb in new video; says there are beautiful ladies who can’t speak English

A new video of a Ghanaian woman has surfaced online following a suggestion she made.

In the video sighted by unitedshowbiz.com.gh, the woman believed to be in her 30’s or 40’s is heard suggesting to Giovanni Caleb, the host of TV3 Date Rush to use Twi (Ghanaian local dialect) to run the show.

According to the woman who was heard wrongly for pronouncing Giovani’s name as ‘Jogbani’ revealed that most beautiful ladies can’t speak English.

The woman added that the usage of the English language in the running of the show makes it difficult for most ‘beautiful ladies’ to grab the concept and terminologies used in the show.

She, therefore, pleaded with Giovanni Caleb to allow for the English language to be replaced with Twi as the show’s language.

The woman whose identity was withheld at the time of filing this report revealed that her husband caught her in bed with another man, however, even after the incident, her husband has been treating her nice.

She claimed her husband returned from work to find a man on top of her in bed and instead of shouting, beating or throwing her out of the house, he calmly and politely asked the man to wear his dress and leave his house.

Reacting to the viral video, Giovanni Caleb suggested to the woman to watch ‘Odo Fever’ on Onua TV, a love-making reality show that has Kwaku Manu as its host.

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Earlier, we reported that Ali of Date Rush has revealed his financial status.

In an interview with Sammy Kay Media, Ali revealed that he is homeless and that he perches in a friend’s abode.

Ali added that he has no job and that fame is killing him.

“I find it difficult to go to some places because of my current financial status” – Ali voiced out

Pleading to viewers for help, Ali called on agencies to come to his aid by either signing him on a deal or giving him a job.

Source: unitedshowbiz.com.gh