Vivian Tu, an ex-Wall Street trader who has gained millions of followers on TikTok for often sharing finance tips and tricks under the username @ YourRichBFF, first opened up about the controversial hack in a video posted in 2021. It sparked a massive debate between users – with some calling it ‘genius’ and others branding it as ‘unethical.’ Now, Vivian has defended her actions, insisting that she ‘didn’t start going on dates just for food’ and that it started because she was actually looking for love. But she admitted that she couldn’t help but enjoy the perks of receiving free dinners from her potential love interests, and that she definitely took advantage of it as time went on. In the end, she said it saved her thousands of dollars, which she used on ‘saving, investing,’ and buying things like a ‘Prada bag.’ And while she warned it could result in ‘bad karma,’ she said the worst that happened to her was that she had to endure some bad dates.
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