Vice’s video featuring Brandon Wade immediately went viral right after it was released.

It was controversial to say the least, and reactions to it were mostly critical, with majority slamming the idea of a sugar daddy dating website and how it’s promoting materialism.

The Singapore-born entrepreneur is a former St Andrew’s Secondary (an all-boys school) and Hwa Chong Junior College student.

brandon internet dating-40

Brandon internet dating video

“Today’s sugar daddies are wealthy and successful boyfriends – the type of men most Singaporean mothers tell their daughters to date,” he added.

In a separate interview with the Wall Street Journal, Brandon reasoned that “because there is chemistry involved in these relationships, it’s not a one-time exchange of money for sex.” Most people who meet on the site don’t have sex on the first date.

For those unfamiliar with the video, Brandon is actually the founder of Seeking Arrangement, a popular sugar baby-daddy dating website that connects wealthy older men with younger girls.

It works like a typical dating site, And regardless of what you think about this dating concept, it remains a fact that Brandon has successfully made a living out of building a sugar daddy dating empire.

After a relationship forms, sex becomes part of the relationship.

It’s not very different from a rich husband or boyfriend giving money to a wife or girlfriend. “There’s a big difference between running a dating website and being a pimp.

It’s your problem, [so you’ll have] the most chance of success,” he said in an interview with Next Shark.

Brandon confessed that he started the dating website for his own benefit, and founded Seeking Arrangement in 2006 after struggling to find dates for himself.

I’d like to think of myself as a telecommunications service provider more than enabling a specific lifestyle.” On his personal website, Brandon proudly proclaims his notorious statement: “Love is a concept invented by poor people.” “Love at first sight that sends shivers down your spine is a fairy tale, and it doesn’t last forever,” he wrote. In an interview with The Daily Beast, he shared more about his ideas towards dating and love, and his various dating websites that follow a common theme of pairing the rich and the willing.

“In our society, the dating game is about an exchange of some sort.

“I felt so much pain in my life trying to date and haven’t been very successful,” he told The Daily Beast. I even joined one of those old-fashioned, video-based dating agencies, and I couldn’t get a date!