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ASEM! Young Guys Can’t Give GHc10K For Birthday: Lady On Why She Prefers $ʋgar Dαddies (VIDEO)

A young woman has explained why she dates father-age men in the comments section.

She said she wouldn’t suggest girls date boys their age because they don’t contribute anything to these relationships.

The woman claimed in a video interview that she chose to date older men or sugar dαddies because they could provide her with financial benefits that younger men could not.

“I would never advise my fellow ladies to date men their age because they offer nothing. I date sugar dαddies because I can at least receive ghc10,000 on my birthday. That is the best decision,”

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