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Uncle Kentang Explains Why We Should All Be ‘Sugar Daddies’ & We Couldn’t Agree More

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Source: Kuan Chee Heng & Kuan Chee Heng


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With the controversies currently surrounding sugar daddies and sugar babies in Malaysia, it’s rather nice to see how some people are sympathising with those who resort to sugar daddies to pay for their educations.

But, what’s even better is seeing Uncle Kentang put a more wholesome twist to sugar daddies.

Kuan Chee Heng, or more affectionately known as Uncle Kentang, took to his Facebook page to showcase how he is more like a sugar daddy, compared to an ah long (loan shark).

He wrote, “I am a sugar daddy, not ah long. A student’s father questioned me left and right before giving me his son’s bank account number. A student sent his father to question me on the KITA donations for poor student meals. He is studying agriculture in UTAR, Kampar.”

Uncle Kentang went on to share that the student’s parents had experienced income losses during the pandemic and couldn’t help much.

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“We, you and me, stepped in and gave RM300 a month for ‘makan’ money. His dad called me personally and grilled me on why we are helping and if we are ah longs who will demand payment back. I said no. We are sugar daddies to poor, needy students in UTAR.”

“We love to serve the poor. We banked in RM1,800 for the poor students for six months of ‘makan’ money. The father is so happy and wished all of us sugar daddies well. For a better Malaysia. For the betterment of our children’s education. We shall be sugar daddies to all of them,” he added.

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The term ‘sugar daddy’ might be misconceived in this situation, but Uncle Kentang’s message was loud and clear.

There are many children out there who wish to study and have an education but their financial situations prevent that from happening.

Hence, just as Uncle Kentang said, we should all be ‘sugar daddies’ (without expecting anything back besides the effort to study) and help these students who are struggling.

What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section.

 

Also read: Ex Miss Universe S’pore Contestant Jailed For Shopping Online Using Friends’ Card Details She Memorised


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