Cambridge Fapple Juice Mom Starts $10,000 GoFundMe To “Clothe The Homeless” While Also Begging Strangers To Pay For Her Kid’s Christmas
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Here’s your GoFundMe scam of the day out of Cambridge…..
Oh look, another mom who “forgot” to sign up for the free charity giveaways, and now expects strangers on community pages to finance her children’s Christmas. Shocking.
She claims she can’t get a job like everyone else because she’s constantly on call for her 7 year old son:
And she’s been sharing her unverified sob story pretty much everywhere:
Nea Dolo’s real name is Renee Stomper:
And just five days ago Renee also created this GoFundMe:
Yup. It’s called, “keeping the homeless warm.” And she needs $10,000 to make sure that happens. What’s the back story?
Oh yea, this story checks out. She brings her kid to Dunkins, he uses a $5 bill to buy a hot chocolate, and then he gives the change to the homeless woman who naturally was acting as the unofficial doorman. That definitely happened. And consequently she’s decided to go full Mother Theresa. Except Mother Theresa didn’t beg strangers for $10,000 while simultaneously asking other strangers to finance her children’s Christmas.
She’s really been selling this whole, “I found Jesus and I’m all charitable now” shtick on the Facebook machine:
“God bless you honey he says to me.”
“Here homie merry xmas. He said thanks hun ad god bless opened it up and broke it in half shared with his boy.”
“I do do these things.”
See guys? You should totally give to her cause since she donates to the homeless all the time. She saved a homeless guy and his kid from starvation. They thank her all the time for it. She DOES do these things. Swear to God. Even ask her and read her Facebook page!!
She might not have money for Christmas, but as is the case with 99% of GFM trap queens, she’s got plenty of cash for iMachines and tattoos for duck faced bathroom selfies:
She eats out at those fancy restaurants where it looks like the cookie monster blew his load all over your $50 dinner of six pieces of sliced up vegetable:
And she’s totally trustworthy. After all, she graduated from Harvard Law:
She’s already purchased the headware of champions for her children:
She’s always looking to get the newest pair of Jordan’s:
She seems to think that her nonexistent employer should pay for her parental leave:
She’s wise beyond her years, and understands that “you never ‘loose’ a bitch by chasen that paper”:
And of course she subscribes to the ratchet philosophy that “only God can judge”:
So yea, buyer beware. Some people have suggested that this is a scam under her posts, and for that they’ve been blocked or chastised for being mean.
“How do you know it’s a scam?”
Ummmmm….because I’m not a fucking idiot like you?