Suddenly announcing her marriage, fans of this beautiful female streamer were shocked because they never knew she had a boyfriend.
Hwajeong – a beautiful female streamer from Kimchi recently surprised fans when she suddenly announced that she was getting married, and all plans for the wedding were almost done.
Fans were shocked because so far, in streams and on social networks, their female idol streamer has never revealed any information that she has a boyfriend, let alone a boyfriend. What about getting married.
They were even more shocked when they learned that the person who was about to marry Hwajeong was the president of the fan club of this beautiful female streamer. Hwajeong candidly shared in a livestream:
“He’s 1.8m tall, handsome, rich, too perfect to be my husband.”
After this statement, many fans of the female streamer felt betrayed. Many people think that the fan club president married Hwajeong just because he is a Top donate:
“Flirting with girls with money won’t last, my friend.”
“It’s boring after all.”
Some other fans even hypothesized that this female streamer Hwajeong actually had a boyfriend for a long time, the two of them collaborated, Hwajeong let him be the president of her fan club to attract people to donate. her more, and this friend’s donation is not lost anywhere.
Previously, Hwajeong made fans restless by taking off his shirt right on the stream to receive a huge donation.
While chatting happily and sending love words to fans, suddenly someone donated to the female streamer with the request:
“Undo a few more buttons and you’ll get a much bigger donation.”
She moved closer to the camera, leaned closer to the mic, and flexed to show off some sexy dance moves that made fans eagerly await a bolder performance. However, she only unbuttoned the top 3 buttons and said:
“Go, my friend, if I follow you, I will fly the channel.”
This half-closed, half-open action of the female streamer makes viewers only laugh.
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