Just when we thought we’ve uncovered enough from the SgInstaBabes scandal, turns out there’s more. This time, it involves leaked nudes, more lying, and unbelievable testimonials from girls from the community. Here we go.
A penis that looks like a geoduck
At least that’s what Xiaxue claims the founder of SgInstaBabes, Lai Wee Kiat’s penis looks like. After she exposed him on Instagram stories, a number of girls stepped up to DM her evidence of inappropriate behaviour demonstrated by him. One in particular involved an unsolicited dick pic. Ew.
Paedo-Prawn was the nickname Xiaxue gave Lai.
Sex tapes allegedly leaked by Lai
It’s one thing to disrespect your ex-partner and leak your sex photographs taken together, but it’s another to claim that she was the one who leaked them instead. That and throwing a pity party, and then casually sliding in a compliment about your dick. I mean, come on.
Testimonials from girls on their experiences with Lai
Online publication Millennials of Singapore reached out to several girls who have worked with 28-year-old Lai, and boy, he is one manipulative and revolting b*stard. Their testimonials, below:
The Straits Times also reached out to a few girls, one in which a 14-year-old girl claimed she “knew nothing” about the Patreon campaign before it was launched and later found out her bikini photos were used on the site without her consent.
In his own words
Lai also responded back to ST, insisting that the programme is not a social escort service and “there is nothing beyond partying and fun”. Er, offering men the company of girls (on a “yocht”) in exchange for a lump sum of money sure sounds like an escort service to us. He further told ST:
“I think photoshoots are to bring out the beauty of people… no matter how young they are,” he said. “It’s very normal for girls to do photoshoots…”
Excuse me? Who said it’s normal for girls to do photoshoots, especially in lingerie and bikinis?
“I guess the general public just doesn’t understand that it’s an art form.”
He’s an artist now. A visionary.
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