A story from China went viral over the past few days. Young and very hot Ju Peng offered sex in exchange for vacation travels. Now it turns out the story is fake and was a PR campaign by a dating app maker that went sour.
App makers take note. This story was a genius campaign to promote an app. The only problem is that this app developer with a golden hand in viral stories is located in China and has been shut down now.
A couple days ago reports came out of China about young and very beautiful Ju Peng. The 19-year-old posted on social media network Weibo that she would offer sex to pay for her travel expenses. She had some requirements like so called temporary boyfriends must be good looking, under 30, taller than 1.75m and rich. These “lucky” men would fund her transport to their city and all her expenses while she is there and they need to be generous. The Ju Peng story for instance got picked up by Mail Online and New York Post.
Now though, the Chinese government has debunked and put an end to this story. According to ShanghaiDaily, the developers of the dating app Youjia (think Tinder) were behind the fake Ju Peng story. According to the report the App developers have admitted that they were behind the fake story. The Chinese State Information Office has banned the sale of the Youjia app. The Youjia app has supposedly over 30 million users. Apparently this was not big enough yet for the app makers and they conceived this very effective viral campaign that got world-wide attention. The app developers are now supposedly working with the Chinese regulators to get the ban lifted.
Now the remaining question is: Who is Ju Peng? There is an obviously fake Facebook account in Ju Peng’s name. There are only four photos of Ju Peng. Two with long hair and two with short. See below.
The fake Ju Peng Facebook account has over 3,200 and the page ranks #1 on Google for the search query “Ju Peng.” Is Ju Peng a model? Is she an employee of Youjia? If you know who Ju Peng really is, email us.