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Such men are popularly referred to as ‘sponsors’ – a term that’s synonymous to “Sugar daddy”. Some have garnered the nickname “Slay Queens” - meaning they stunt on the gram by showing how luxurious their life is, often times posting photos or videos to attract potential “sponsors”.“Men only want one thing from us [women]. In return they are willing to give us anything we ask for.
At times the relationship can last for years, and other times it can be as short-lived as a week,” she says.
She was a complete stranger in a new city – bewildered by the new life she’d encountered.“I managed to make a new friend at the university and she offered to help me with my accommodation conundrum by letting me move into her apartment,” she says.
This served as a short-term respite from the ocean of worries that Aida was swimming in without any life jacket.
As much as these ladies say their lives have overall improved and it probably would have taken a lifetime to achieve what they have, they maintain they do not do it out of greed but to enhance their lives.
That said, we cannot turn a blind eye to the possible negative outcomes of such relationships, including murder of the young women and we are left wondering whether it really is worth it.
These men, who more often than not fall prey to strategic traps set for them by women on the loop, at times are married with families of their own.
Having been dumped for an older woman in her previous relationship, Linda was heartbroken and her self-esteem plummeted. He was always available for me, treated me right and helped rebuild my self-esteem,” she confesses.Though no cases have been formally reported to the Gender Centre at the University of Dar es Salaam regarding female students dating older men for money, such a choice of lifestyle is however pervasive in most colleges in Dar es Salaam.Linda,* now in her mid-30s, says she had a time of her life when she dated Tony, in his 50s, for the two years they were together.She decided to postpone her studies, planning to resume once everything was settled back at home.Upon her return to the city, Aida decided university life was not for her.
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Having saved Sh1,500,000 from her one year fling, she decided to open up an online store where she sells second-hand lingerie.