Sugar dating website Sugarbook is sponsoring a party at the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix.
The Malaysian-based platform will be hosting an event on Friday 14th September titled “The Fast Line”, as part of the Sky Grande Prix, a five-day experience at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
Darren Chan, founder of Sugarbook, said in a statement: “Get up close and personal with Sugar Babies or meet your next sugar daddy in person at this lavish soiree – buy a drink or two for the sugar babies and dance the night away.
“After all, girls just want to have funds!”
The Sky Grande Prix is marketed as part of the Singapore Tourism Board’s (STB) Grand Prix Season. However, the organisation claim they didn’t know that Sugarbook was involved.
STB’s director of sports, Jean Ng, told The Strait Times: “We were not aware previously that Sugarbook is a co-sponsor of Sky Grande Prix as this event is not organised or supported by STB.”
“We are currently following up with the organiser of Sky Grande Prix on the matter.”
Sugarbook has previously been monitored by the Singaporean police, who were ready to take action if any money was exchanged for sexual services.
In August, Chan spoke to the Financial Times about the sugar dating scene, and insisted that there is no prostitution going on between Sugarbook’s members.
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