Monday, July 11, 2011
Guo Meimei is a young beautiful and sexy 20 year old woman in China - who goes by the name "Guo Meimei Baby" on Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, but her suspicious wealth, shown off in her Weibo postings and her alleged link to the Red Cross of China has sparked a national controversy and debate... Chinese netizens users Weibo are also suspicious and wondered wether she misused or embezzled Red Cross of China donations which are supposed to go to charities.
According to the official Xinhua news agency, last year in 2010, Chinese citizens donated 70 billion yuan (USD$10 billion) to charities compared with 54 billion yuan in 2009.
How Guo Meimei baby managed to accumulate wealth in less than 2 years and suddenly become instant millionaire raised eyebrows. After mysteriously getting rich, she moves into a large villa, drives a luxury sports car, and travels first class in commercial airliners.
June 21st 2011, Guo Meimei baby's super rich tales was discovered by a Weibo netizen. Within 2 hours, “Guo Meimei baby” ["郭美美baby"] became so popular and her postings were shared a million times by netizens.
On Weibo alone, more than 600,000 posts a day were written about Miss Guo, London's Daily Telegraph reported.
She calls the white Maserati she drives the "little horse", and her orange Lamborghini the "little bull". Hey.... not many people can buy Maserati and Lamborghini easily.... You must be super rich to own those super-cars. For the record, The Daily Mirror (UK) reported on 26 October 2007 that the Sultan of Brunei owned 130 Rolls Royces, 531 Mercedes-Benzes, 367 Ferraris, 362 Bentleys, 185 BMWs, 177 Jaguars, 160 Porsches and 20 Lamborghinis. So in this case, Guo Mei Mei is no match to the Sultan of Brunei, once the richest person on planet Earth!!!
She identifies herself as The Business Manager of Red Cross China. But Red Cross is a charity organisation, not a multi-millionaire super-rich company.
Therefore, people became suspicious of her wealth.
The Red Cross of China is one of the country's largest charities and has strong ties with the communist government. Hence, Miss Guo's extravagant lifestyle has made the Chinese suspicious, more so in a country where the divide between rich and poor is growing and corruption is blatantly rife.
The netizens had alleged Ms Guo was the girlfriend or mistress of a senior official, 42-year-old Wang Jun, who organised charity campaigns for the Red Cross.
Mr Wang was forced to resign from his job as a result of the furore, while the Red Cross vehemently denied any links to Miss Guo.
When she tried to leave the country - purportedly to Australia - to get away from the spotlight, the Australian embassy in Beijing was inundated with calls and emails from people expressing fears that she was going to run away with "their donation money", the Shanghai Daily reported.
So.... do you have any explanation Miss Guo Mei Mei??????????