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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.
Her journey into such a lifestyle dates back 3 years ago after she came to Dar es Salaam to pursue a university degree.
Hailing from Arusha, Aida didn’t have any next of kin in the city.
As Aida*, 26, a university dropout reveals: “You must be willing to forego any form of moral consciousness if you are determined to live a sponsored life,” she says.
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.
Probably the bottom-line is to realise that everything we do has consequences.
Such stories about young women dating rich, older men for tuition money will only increase in the coming years as more dating websites offer a place solely for young, attractive singles to seek out older, financially generous professionals.