Chinese influencer fakes pregnancy at matchmaking event to gain followers

Chinese influencer fakes pregnancy at matchmaking event to gain followers

Wearing a simulated baby bump, she joined a local matchmaking corner, presenting a document containing her details and the criteria for a potential husband.
Chinese influencer fakes pregnancy at matchmaking event to gain followers

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23 Jan 2024

In an attempt to enhance her presence on social media, a 32-year-old online influencer, known as Chen Xiaosi on Douyin, fabricated a scenario where she pretended to be five months pregnant and took part in a matchmaking event in Sichuan province, southwestern China, as reported by South China Morning Post.

Wearing a simulated baby bump, she joined a local matchmaking corner, presenting a document containing her details and the criteria for a potential husband.

Her requirements included a house, a car, a monthly income exceeding 20,000 yuan, and kindness towards both her and the unborn child.

A video of the incident went viral, depicting her holding a paper with her personal information – "32 years old, single, no property or car, five months pregnant." The document also outlined specifics about the desired husband.

"He should possess a flat and car, earn more than 20,000 yuan (US$2,800) per month, and must treat me and my child well."

The footage shows the woman engaging in conversation with a man who expressed interest in her.

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