As Woods recovers from his devastating car accident in Taiwan, CoCo, 26, is cashing in — with a reported six-figure deal — on her notorious connection to the legendary golfer after signing a lucrative deal to partner with the popular “sugar daddy” dating site.
CoCo has brazenly signed up as the face of Millionbb, a dating site for “sugar babies” — where young women or men look for a romantic relationship with an older person in return for financial support.
The website for Millionbb boasts, “Mutually Beneficial Relationships: Millionbb delivers a new way for relationships to form and grow. Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies or Mommas — both get what they want, when they want it.”
Adding, “Successful men and women who know what they want. They’re driven, and enjoy attractive company by their side. Money isn’t an issue, thus they are generous when it comes to supporting a Sugar Baby.”
Yet former nightclub manager and hostess CoCo, who says she is a veteran user of the dating portal which claims to have 20 million users, insists it isn’t about trading cash for sex — instead it’s about being upfront about what you want from a relationship.
Instead of being “taboo,” she insists, this site should be seen as a modern way for women to feel “taken care of and loved.”
CoCo said dating through the site is like dating on any other platform, except it emphasizes honesty: “It’s for people who want to be transparent about what they want walking into a relationship.”
CoCo’s use of Millionbb made headlines in January after a report claimed that she was dating a married lawyer whom she met on the site. (CoCo admitted that she dated the lawyer, but denied that she met him on Millionbbs.)
Meanwhile, she somehow maintains she’s on the site because she’s looking for love. “I’m a … love addict,” she told us. “I am not a transactional person.”