A woman named Natasha Aponte tricked hundreds of guys into a fake date. Natasha invited tons of men to Union Square in NYC to catch a DJ set, but when they arrived, they found Natasha on a stage, ready to eliminate them, competition style. She began by dismissing the guys in relationships. “Statistically, people who are on dating apps, half of them are in relationships. So those people should leave,” she said. “The first elimination is if you think you can support Trump and date a Puerto Rican, now’s the time to leave. If anyone’s a tourist or doesn’t live in this country, you should leave too. Also anyone named Jimmy. I don’t enjoy the name Jimmy,” she went onto say.
According to the New York Post, however, the entire thing was a stunt for a viral marketing agency called, Rob Bliss Creative. “We will be releasing a video Thursday that explains the entire project and story,” Rob Bliss told the New York Post.
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— миша (@bvdhai) August 19, 2018
source – nypost