The gay daughter of a Hong King billionaire has laughed off her father’s offer of around $60 million to any man who can charm her into a heterosexual marriage. Gigi Chao, 33, said she thought her father’s offer was “quite entertaining,” telling the South China Morning Post, “He [her father] has an interesting interpretation of me.”
76-year-old Sze-tsung Chao – who made his fortune in shipping and property – claims he has had 10,000 girlfriends and seems to be looking for similar lothario for his daughter. Gigi reportedly married her girlfriend of seven years in France on April 4, according to The Telegraph, but refused to confirm it this week, saying, “I'm not afraid to admit anything. But I do want to respect my parents…Sometimes people just refuse to accept what they are told. Let time be the witness.” Sze-tsung insists his daughter is still very much single and eligible but says he would not force her into a marriage with an unsuitable groom, “I do not mind whether he is rich or poor. The important thing is that he is generous and kind-hearted”, he said. We think that he might have difficulty finding a suitable groom at all, considering his daughter is gay and all…
As news of the offer went viral, Gigi was deluged with offers for her courtship. One man named Kelvin – the General Manager at Doctororak International Limited – said, “Allow me to show wat can bring u happiness that is everlasting [sic].” Now how could you possibly refuse?
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