Congratulations. You have stumbled upon perhaps one of the most NSFW (not safe for work) on this very family-friendly website due to our subject at hand.

Let’s just say that while doing research for this article, grandma was disappointed and shaking her head at the materials that this writer has gathered for work.

Around the corner, Dad gave me an expression that’s rather difficult to read, but I can tell it meant, “I will support you whatever you do son. I won’t tell Ma.”

With my reputation with my family in shambles, let’s talk about d*** pics.

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If that was too many sausages for your morning breakfast that came too fast and too sudden, rest assured that it is exactly the same feeling DJ Jade Rasif had with her young TikTok followers.

And by that I mean…

Received Pictures Of Little Johnnies From Her Very Young Followers

Jade Rasif shared her troubles on the night of 23 May 2020, on her alternate account @simp_4_me using 24 Instagram Stories.

With help from some viral videos she helped to put out, including one that got over a million views (mentioned later in this article), Jade had an increase in “very, very young” followers, some under the age of 14.

Some of which sent explicit messages and pictures of their ding ding dong.

Sending unconsented pictures of flesh bananas is considered sexual exposure, and that means people who do so can be punished with imprisonment of up to one year, a fine, or both.

And if 24 Instagram Stories aren’t enough to clue you in: she didn’t appreciate it.

In one of the messages, the underaged boy who sent over his danga-long-linglong said that “Yes it’s a setup”.

Image: Mothership

“Friends” are also used as a word, suggesting that there are probably more involved in this.

What’s The Big Deal?

By set up, they probably meant that if Jade kept those pictures, she could be in a situation where she’s complicit in child pornography.

Jade had already deleted the content and blocked the users, and is worried about the situation.

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“Adult to adult, I don’t care,” she said, “[but] not if you’re under 18.”

In the stories, she said that about 50% of her followers are from Singapore, and the rest are from Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Mexico.

If you’re wondering why we’re now talking about stats, it’s because all the Jimmy Wriggler pics came from Singaporeans.

Glad to see our young boys brought up well.

Jade questioned where did the kids learn such behaviour, and also worried that they had no thought for the consequences.

She explains that if she was a predator in disguise, she could have disseminated their photos on the internet. The boys also had Instagram accounts with photos of their real faces.

Jade then asked people not to send her photos of their under-developed mayonnaise pistol.

“Nobody wants to see that shit. Honestly, that’s disgusting. Eugh.”

And if you were paying attention, I had said that this article is NSFW, and that there was “help from some viral videos she helped to put out, including one that got over a million views”.

Which brings me to:

Breast Milk…

That one-million-view video probably refers to this video by YouTube channel Millenials of Singapore, where her co-hosts drank her breast milk:


One of the comments kindly pointed us to the time-stamp where the action began.

Image: Youtube

…and Thirst Traps

Lest you still don’t know, Jade Rasif is a model and DJ, and also acted as Sheila Oh on the series Tanglin for Seasons 1-3.

And she’s infamous for being a thirst trap.

Thirst trap, as defined by the Urban Dictionary:

“A sexy photograph or flirty message posted on social media for the intent of causing others to publicly profess their attraction. This is done not to actually respond or satisfy any of this attraction, but to feed the posters ego or need for attention, at the expense of the time, reputation and sexual frustration of those who view the image or reply.”


Basically, she posts sexy pics to attract attention.

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And it’s not even that she’s accused of doing that. She openly enjoys doing it, as revealed in an interview with Rice Media in their article “Jade Rasif Knows You Fap to Her Instagram“.

In the interview, she said, “I love thirst trapping. It’s hilarious.”

“Especially when I post a picture and my ex slides into my dms, and I get to screenshot it and have a laugh with my girlfriends.”

She would even get one or two d*** pics a week when she was on Snapchat.

“It was fun opening them with friends because it was like Snapchat d*** pic roulette.”

In the article, she even revealed that she specifically targets men she’s taken an interest in, referred to as her “targets” and “victims”. When successful, her “target” will reach out and text her after falling into the trap.

So, The Sexy Pics

Reader Bao: Dear writer, the court demands that you present evidence of these “sexy pics”.



Unfortunately, pictures of her Instagram are probably too NSFW to embed in here. But anything is just a Google away lah.

Oh, and her alternate account @simp_4_me? That profile picture facial expression is called an “ahegao”, which I strongly suggest you don’t Google in front of other people.

So, as for the question “where did the kids learn such behaviour?”

I don’t know about you guys, but I have a very good feeling I know where indeed.

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