“Dating someone whose first child is probably older than you, this is wild”- Netizens reacts to Young Ghanaian man landing date with a woman in her 50s from the US on Date Rush
In a surprising turn of events, a young Ghanaian man has been making headlines after landing a date with a woman in her 50s from the United States. Stephen, who was featured on the popular Ghanaian dating show, Date Rush, could hardly contain his excitement when Nana Abena chose him out of a group of eligible bachelors.
The 23-year-old Stephen went down on his knees to thank God for his good fortune, much to the delight of the audience and his fellow contestants. Nana Abena, a mother of five whose husband passed away years ago, has been single for several years and was looking for love on the show.
Despite the age difference between the two, Stephen and Nana Abena seemed to hit it off immediately. They exchanged phone numbers and planned to meet up after the show. Many viewers were impressed by Stephen’s confidence and charm, and some even praised him for being open-minded and non-judgmental.
However, not everyone was as supportive of the couple’s budding romance. One Twitter user commented, “Dating someone whose first child is probably older than you…this is wild.” Others expressed concern about the potential power dynamic between the two, given the significant age gap and Nana Abena’s life experience.
@scrabby15 mentioned: Woww. Dating someone whose first child is probably older than you.this is wild.
@akukokoti indicated: Somebody should ask stevoo when is he leaving the country. Cos Visa already granted.
@tweeter_nurse added: Your mom is finally crying in Asamakese go and tell her that green card is important cos the country make hot.
Regardless of the criticism, Stephen and Nana Abena seem to be enjoying each other’s company and exploring the possibility of a deeper connection. Only time will tell if their relationship will stand the test of time, but for now, they are enjoying the ride and basking in the attention of the media and fans alike.