Do you need some sugar in your life?
GDaddy is a brand new dating app that aims to connect wealthy gay sugar daddies with sweet young sugar babies looking to be taken care of.
The app launched today and is already billing itself as the “#1 sugar daddy dating app” for gay men.
“If you are one of those wealthy and successful men that are seeking a sweet guy who would do anything for them,” the app’s description reads, “you will definitely enjoy your time here. This is the place where others can’t wait to find you and you are the center of their attention.”
The description continues:
We are an exclusive Sugar Daddy and Sugar Baby meeting service created for gay members who are seeking a new partner for a Gay Sugar Daddy Relationship. Maybe you are a successful and at the top (not bottom) of the game as a Gay Sugar Daddy, or maybe you are just an attractive and ambitious man (Gay bottom) who enjoy the finer aspects of life and want to meet a successful mentor (Gay top), this is the right place for you. It’s easy and simple for gay casual encounters, gay dating, gay chat, or a gay hookup to find your own gay love, all you need to do is just a swipe away.
That’s a lot of gay.
According to the app’s unnamed “Marketing Manager,” the app was created to fill a void in the LGBTQ community.
“There is no lack of gay dating sites and apps online,” the “Marketing Manager” says in a press release, “But the fact is that none of them are especially designed for gay sugar daddies and young men. Now, you can put your problems to rest.”
The app is free to download. Although if you actually want to do anything on it, you’ll need a “luxury membership,” which costs $9.99 a month.
Now, let’s check out some of the reviews:
“Full of con artists,” one reviewer writes. “Stay away from this app.”
“Worst ever,” another person says. “DON’T DO IT!!!”
“I ran into six catfish and they all asked for bank accounts and they don’t even live in the U.S.,” a third reviewer writes.
“OMFG!!!!!” a fourth person says. “Wasting my time!!!”
Hmmm. We think we’ll stick to the Gay Millionaire’s Club for now.