A Twitch and OnlyFans e-girl is speechless after an anonymous “fan” shelled out nearly $10,000 for her to get “butt surgery.”
TheDanDangler, known for her presence on both gaming and adult content platforms, is seeking to know the identity of the man who sent her $9,738.20 for cosmetic surgery on her rump.
“Holy s**t,” she said on Twitter. “For everyone asking he sent me 10k no name and no one has spoke up. Whoever did this please send me a message, I would like to thank you. I know you want to be anonymous but this is too much to not say thank you personally.”
The e-girl continues her hunt to find out who shelled out the cash as the donation note left little clues to go off of.
“I’m sending this package today as a long-time fan, follower, and subscriber,” read the note, which was left in a cardboard box for her to pick up. “I’ve been following that you have an upcoming BBL and I wanted to do something nice for you. In this package, you will find some things I hope to make you feel better. I also would like to pay the cost of your procedure so on top of the goodies you will also find 10K in cash. Keep up all the awesome content and keep grinding. Love you.”
While so-called “simps” giving money to e-girls is nothing new (otherwise, there would not be a massive industry around the practice), $10,000 is nothing to sneeze at.
Man users took to Twitter to claim to be the “fan” who sent her the box and TheDanDangler admitted the amount taking credit was overwhelming.
Users who messaged her suggested she do them a personal favor in return for their supposed payment.
One user even suggested she send the money back to the “poor guy” who must very desperate to take such drastic measures to get her attention.
“Clearly the person isn’t all there and is very lonely. If you had any decency about you, you’d send it back. You’re already in the 0.1% on OF so you don’t need the money,” he wrote.
“I bet that guy is broke now lol,” he added.
DanDangler has been banned from Twitch seven times, with the latest due to what she described as “the biggest Halloween party on Twitch.”
“None of TheDanDangler’s bans in 2022 have lasted more than three days, with most lasting less than 24 hours,” the Gamerrant reports.
While she’s had issues with Twitch, Twitter does not oppose promoting adult content on their platform.
She admittedly made a “shameless” link post to her adult content in the comment thread associated with the package of cash.
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