Single Singaporeans ‘rent’ themselves out as dates on TikTok for Lunar New Year celebrations

In what appears to be a meme, Singaporean males have been ‘renting’ themselves out as dates on TikTik to assist single younger girls keep away from embarrassing relationship-status questions from family members at household gatherings for Chinese New Year.
One such TikToker is Wayne Chia, a Singaporean of Chinese descent. He posted a video of himself posing in a pink go properly with behind a message stating what renters will get for S$50 — or about US$37 — per day. The cheeky comic flaunted his suitor skillset with the next message:
Chia said he was shocked to seek out he had received many presents from lonely girls in search of, properly, a minimal of a date. The 21 year previous TikToker, who is single himself, reportedly has not accepted any provides yet as a result of he didn’t really wish to “sell” himself. He said the post was accomplished in jest, not quest.
“After I posted the video, I woke up to all these folks messaging me to say they have been involved and whether or not I was out there,” he advised South China Morning Post. “Some stated they weren’t in town this yr and [asked] if I may save the date for them next Chinese New Year.”

The Chinese New Year is broadly known yearly in accordance with the lunar calendar in China and throughout Southeast Asia in nations with excessive populations of Chinese diaspora, such and Thailand and Singapore. Elementary ’s festivities begin on February 1 and can continue for 15 days..

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