Young lady shows gratitude to 'sugar daddy' who promised her R900 000 shopping allowance

Young lady shows gratitude to 'sugar daddy' who promised her R900 000 shopping allowance

According to Merriam-Webster, the word sugar daddy is used for a well to do older man who spends lavishly on his girlfriend.

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A young lady living in California has shown gratitude on social media to a man she claims to be her sugar daddy. The young lady expressed that the man who is her sugar daddy always takes care of her.

The lady identified simply as Queenlourdes on Twitter, shared a screenshot of the conversation she had with her sugar daddy.

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She also expressed gratitude over the way the man usually takes acre of her needs. On her Twitter post she wrote: "Shoutout to my sugar daddy for always taking care of me."

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Young lady shows gratitude to 'sugar daddy' who promised her N3.6m shopping allowance Photo source: Twitter user @Queenlourdes

According to the conversation in the screenshot, the man whose name she saved as sugar daddy told her he would be giving her 10,000 dollars (R920 000) every month to do her shopping, reports Briefly.co.za.

In the screenshot, he asked her to put all the expenses on his credit card that she has a 10,000 limit per month. The man further added that all he would be needing from her is a photo of her feet.

Read conversation below:

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Photo source: Twitter user @Queenlourdes

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Sugar daddies are men who spend on young ladies in other to get something in return. In this man's case it is a photo of a lady's feet.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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