23-year-old model auctions her virginity for staggering R36.2 million

23-year-old model auctions her virginity for staggering R36.2 million

- Mahbuba Mammadzada, a successful model, has auctioned off her virginity to the highest bidder

- She plans to purchase house for her mother and finance her studies overseas

- A Japanese politician and a Munich football player are the top bidders

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Mahbuba Mammadzada, a successful model, has put up her virginity for sale to purchase a house for her mother and finance her studies overseas.

Rich men including a top German club Munich football player are among those said to have been attracted by the beauty and petite body of the 23-year-old Mahbuba Mammadzada.

In a video posted sometimes in 2018, the beautiful lass explained she badly needed money so that she could make her mother proud having done everything for her.

"My mum did everything for me, now it is my turn. I want her to be proud of me,"

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Mahbuba Mammadzada.

Mahbuba Mammadzada has put up her virginity for sale. Photo: Mahbuba Mammadzada/Facebook.

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Mahbuba's modelling agency identified three top bidders with Japanese politician declared the eventual winner followed by London lawyer and the said Bundesliga player, Daily Mail reported on Friday, February 22.

Mahbuba Mammadzada.

With the money, Mahbuba Mammadzada plans to purchase a house for her mother. Photo: Photo: Mahbuba Mammadzada/Facebook.

In a video posted sometimes in 2018, the beautiful lass explained she badly needed money so that she could make her mother proud having done everything for her.

"My mum did everything for me, now it is my turn. I want her to be proud of me," she explained.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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