Folks frequently love posting their Ls online. For these men, these were their worst sugar mummy experiences. The phenomenon of young people looking for older lovers to fund the lifestyles they desire is as old as time. However, things don’t always don’t go to plan, especially when these arrangements are made online. There is often a lack of consent or easy room for misunderstanding.
Twitter user @desola_xn compiled eight rather unfortunate men on a quest to find some sugar. Here is the link to the tweet.
Worst Sugar Mummy Experiences
The first submission for worst sugar mummy is from 27-year-old Saheed. He shares how he sent a picture of his genitalia to a woman he had been chatting with on Instagram. After some time, she suggested he stay the weekend at her house. In exchange, Saheed received N200,000. She promised more money as long as he stayed quiet and pleased her in bed. Saheed readily agreed, not realising that payment upfront isn’t informed consent.
24-year-old Deolu shared an arrangement that sounded too good to be true. Within three months, he had earned N2,000,000 until she became too possessive and abusive.
Junior met a 50-year-old divorcee who was willing to pay for sex. He only got N5000 for six rounds of his troubles.
Hassan had an unfortunate experience with an older woman who overestimated his strength and spanked him for his “weakness”.
For N20,000, Nnamdi almost died, giving an older lady multiple rounds while only subsisting on bread and butter.
Sanjo spent New Year’s in jail when robbers invaded his lover’s home. When the police arrived after the thieves left, she named him one of the robbers.
Ayomikun has his first practical lesson in oral sex.
Dave shares his worst sugar mummy experience next. Sometimes a happily ever after ending is a complete fairy tale.
Sugar mummy relationships require as much mutual respect and consent as conventional relationships. Young people should be cautious when getting into arrangements with older partners. Check out
Gloria Mari is a culture writer based in Nairobi, Kenya. She writes on art, film, literature, health, and the environment. She has previously written for Kenya Buzz, People Daily, The Elephant, and Kalahari Review.