It seems that vlogger-singer Donnalyn Bartolome did not like a Facebook post by Xian Gaza who allegedly assumed that every woman at the VIP table of a premium club had a sugar daddy.
“For every story ng mga babae sa isang VIP table sa Xylo at Cove Manila, mayroong isang Sugar Da**y na hindi kasama sa mga video,” Gaza said recently.
Bartolome disapproved of Gaza’s generalization of women and responded in a Facebook post, “*Every story* sure ka? No offense Gaza pero wag mo lahatin, merong mga babaeng kayang magbayad ng VIP table kahit san mo pa siya dalhin. Nasaan ka ba at ako pagbayarin mo sa VIP table—club of your choice, nang malaman mo hindi lahat ng babae may Sugar Daddy at madaming never nagkaSugar Daddy.”
Bartolome sees no problem with women who keep “sugar daddies”.
“I will never see myself superior to women who have Sugar Daddies just cause I’ve never done it, malawak isip ko lalo sa fact na other women weren’t given the same opportunity as me—what I’m saying is, the issue here is kaya madaming nagSusugar Daddy ay dahil sa poverty, lahat naman naghahangad ng maginhawang life and wants to experience that lavish life,” she wrote.
Bartolome also felt she needed to apologize to the women who were offended on behalf of Gaza.
Gaza responded by saying that his post was aimed at a girl who he has a personal issue with.
“Ang main purpose ng post na ito ay patamaan yung Sugar Baby ko na dinala yung boyfriend niya sa Xylo tapos ang pinambayad ay pera na pinadala ko as sustento. Kung nasaktan kayo nang dahil dito eh hindi ko na problema yun. Wala akong pake sa nararamdaman niyo. Mabuti nga yan at shinare mo with 16M followers para tumaas engagement ng account ko. Salamat. Don’t forget to like Sugar Baddie guys,” he explained.
Bartolome didn’t believe his explanation, though. The vlogger said, “Wehh anglayo po ng explanation mo sa ginawa mong pangbaba sa lahat ng babae eh.. no offense ulit. Uii supportive sa business ng friend niya yarnn? yes like Sugar Baddie yan opposite word ng Sugar Daddy hehe.”