Boyfriend Gets $325 In GoFundMe Money To Join Fine Girlfriend In Miami So She Won’t Cheat
Oh boy, if you ever need a laugh, the Instagram account called “Hail Zel” will give you several. According to People, Azel Prather, Jr. began his GoFundMe campaign hoping to raise $300 to buy a flight to Miami to join his beautiful girlfriend in order to save his relationship. The trail of Zel’s Instagram journey shows his original GoFundMe screenshot from five days ago, on March 10, back when there was a big fat goose egg of $0 in his account. However, witty writing ultimately captured the attention of those wanting to help Prather join his woman for some fun and sun during Spring Break.
“Greetings people! As you know, spring break is fastly approaching and my youngin (pictured above) and her friends are going to Miami. If you know anything about Miami, you know that she shouldn’t go without a chaperone. I need to get there to be with her and share this joyous time but my funds have been exhausted. We have a great thing going and I would hate to see it go down the drain for a little sand and sun. If you can find it in your heart to donate ANYTHING to help save my relationship I would greatly appreciate it. I just need a round trip flight. I will be staying wherever she lays her head, eating whatever she eats, and overseeing all parties and fun activity for the duration of the trip. I thank you in advance. Please fellas, I love her. #LinkInBio”
The GoFundMe campaign gained momentum, and some pretty funny comments in the process, especially from Reggie Reg, as seen on Instagram. Before long, that zero amount had mushroomed to $325, and Prather was posting pics of his plane tickets to Fort Lauderdale from Baltimore, Maryland, along with a message for his girlfriend.
“Somebody tell boo I see her in the morning.”
Upon arriving at his destination, Prather posted the funniest video, saying, “Ask ’em why they mad?” He also spoke in his Instagram description, giving thanks and love to all those who supported his travels. He even had a message for his haters — any of those who derided him and claimed he simply wanted a free trip to Florida.
“WE made it!!!! I’m on the hunt! Thank Yall! The retweets, posts, hate, and of course the funds! I’m breaking the cycle fellas! We not lettin Miami take our women no more! Let’s get them DELIVERT!!!”
As reported by the Inquisitr, Instagram can be a hotbed of controversial posts, such as Tyga’s Instagram post about Kylie Jenner.
[Image via “Hail Zel” Instagram]