jueves, 12 de noviembre de 2015

Gay GANA 15 MILLONES DE DÓLARES en Lotería y su Homofóbica Familia exige el 25%

DE NO CREER: Su familia lo rechazaba por ser gay…hasta que ganó la lotería!

Un usuario de la web Reddit acaba de anunciar a sus seguidores que había ganado 15 millones de dólares en la lotería.

El chico, de 29 años, ya tiene planes para gastar su nueva fortuna, ya que invertirá en clases de negocios para poder generar aún más ganancias, y también quiere tener su fundación de caridad.

Tal como pasa cuando a alguien le va bien económicamente, aparecen parientes a reclamar su tajada. ¿Cuál es el problema?

Según posteó en los foros de Reddit, su familia quiere quedarse con un cuarto de lo que ganó.

“Les ofrecí pagar sus deudas y darles algo extra, pero no les bastó. Con mi familia tenemos una relación cordial, pero me fui de la casa, conformada por una madre represiva y un padre distante. Mis hermanas son amables, pero no somos cercanos."  
La conversación se puso fea cuando mi madre me dijo: “Nosotros te criamos”. De inmediato, recordé cómo mis padres dejaron de hablarme durante 5 años, luego de enterarse de que soy homosexual”.

¿Crees que sus padres están pidiendo demasiado?

Tomado de http://www.mundotkm.com/

The now, 29-year-old millionaire, writes:

Hey everyone, I’m was told that I should bring my problem to reddit to see what people have to say. But before I do, I feel the need to say that I know it’s a privileged problem to have and I’m not falling all over the place in tears about it. It’s just emotionally weighing on me.

So! I’m a 29yr old guy and I won the lottery. And it’s enough that I don’t have to work ever again if I don’t want too (over 15m). My plans are to take some finance/business courses over a period of time so I can be smart about investments and be responsible with the money. I am terrible at money management. I want to turn it into more money and hopefully get involved in charity. Altruistic I know, but I have always volunteered and it’s part of me.

My problem? My family, mainly my parents, feel they are entitled to 1/4 of the amount. I offered to pay off their mortgages and give them a little sum but that’s not good enough once they found the total amount. My family and I have a cordial relationship but I moved an hour away to get away from my oppressive mother and distant father. My sisters are nice people but we don’t really have a relationship. The definition of distant white middle class family. Boohoo, I know.

What it comes down too it, I don’t feel like they are entitled to anything and I’m being as generous as I can be (which I never said to them, but retrospectively I guess it’s implied). The conversation got ugly and When my mom said, “we raised you”, I immediately thought about how both my parents didn’t talk to me for 5yrs (ages 15-20), when they found out I was gay. And I almost failed high school because of it. Is that raising someone? Obviously I have hangups.

How do I explain to them what my plans are again and how it doesn’t involve them? Should I speak to a lawyer about it just in case? I can’t see them suing but money makes people do dumb things. I don’t want to ruin the relationships but I feel like the damage is done. I feel like a lot of people are going to say “Fuck them”.



2 comentarios :

NO debería darles ni un centavo, no amaban a su hijo cuando lo necesitaba y ahora que tiene dinero lo "adoran"pero por su fortuna. la logica de los hipocritas homofobicos

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