Hey daddy

Finally! An app that connects gay men with wealthy sugar daddies

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.

Related: Straight 24-Year-Old Proudly Reveals His Engagement To A Wealthy Sugar Daddy

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21 Comments

  • ChrisK

    There’s others. Seeking arrangements is one that seems to be the most popular.

    • fur_hunter

      ChrisK…..I have read some of your replies here as well as several posts you have made on other forums. I love them. You pull no punches and tell it like you see it. Many of them have made me roar with laughter, they were so good. Keep up the good work. There are a lot of us out here who love reading your comments. I think you have ‘zinged’ me a few times, but I probably deserved it. GRIN!

  • Mo Bro

    So . . . this is an accomplishment?
    I swear to god—every time we make three strides forward, it seems we always find ways to take two steps back by reminding the world of our shallowness.

    • fur_hunter

      You know……You have a terrific point there. It’s sad.

    • Heywood Jablowme

      2Mo:
      Hmmm… why do you automatically see this as a “we” and “our” problem? If a few [email protected] gay men someplace do something strange, it doesn’t reflect badly on gay men in general.

      For instance, you gay Trump supporters are embarrassing, but you don’t reflect badly on gay men in general.

    • scotshot

      It’s clear that your value and self worth comes by being accepted by certain heterosexual groups – Trump voters, evangelicals, bigots, etc.

      A scam app is reported on and an article written including comments printed about what a scam it is. This is a bad thing? I seem to remember a certain cheaters app was reported on, at the center was the pedophiliac Josh Duggar. Where was your comment on that?

      You’re a fraud.

      F*ck off.

    • Mo Bro

      @scotshot:
      Always nice to meet a fan.

  • PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID

    ` the app’s unnamed “Marketing Manager,” ‘

    Speaks volumes

  • Mack

    I’m 70, can I find a wealthy sugar daddy or son?

    • fur_hunter

      Mack…..I’ll be 72 in June….As my mother tells me….’Don’t hold your breath. You’d look like hell blue.’

    • scotshot

      There are plenty of 90 year olds that are looking for a man your age.

      A son? What are your financials?

  • batesmotel

    You’d have to be at a real place of desperation to pay for someone to be with you. Wouldn’t you just rather fly solo if that’s the case.

    • ChrisK

      What if you wanted someone way above your level. Say a 3 lusting after a 10. Your statement not only doesn’t make sense but is full of self righteous judgement. Who the f*ck are you to judge?

    • Mo Bro

      @ChrisK:
      Just because you have blue skin and look like Zoe Saldana doesn’t mean you’re a 3 . . . give yourself a little credit, you might even rank as a 4 in some peoples’ book.

    • scotshot

      Paying someone buys affection, attention, prestige for some, sex… too many reasons but the oldest profession will never be automated (we hope).

  • Jack Meoff

    Is this the gay version of the site Trump found Melania on?

    • fur_hunter

      Jack……How I really love good sarcasm. Keep it up. Yeah!

  • Ryan Field

    I have known couples where the older gay man has money and the younger one doesn’t all of my life. I’ve been friends with them, and I’ve seen that they have good relationships for the most part. The other thing that I’ve seen all my life in gay culture is older poor gay men making nasty comments about these relationships where there is an age difference. And that’s because no hot looking younger gay man ever hooked up with an older gay man who had no money.

    • ChrisK

      You say they’re all based on money and nothing else yet they’re good relationships. Huh? Then you say it’s only older men making nasty comments because they’re all jealous. Lol

      You remind me of a Judge Judy saying. Beauty fades but dumb is forever. In your case I’ll just go with dumb.

      You should be pimping your book since it has to do with this very subject. I hope you found someone to edit it though because you sound like a ret*rd.
      http://ryan-field.blogspot.com/

  • DCguy

    Wasn’t there an app exactly like this that used to be called Rentboy.com? lol

    I mean it just sounds like an escort service trying not to get busted.

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