Seeking Arrangement claims almost half of its sugar babies are college women using the site to subsidize their education.It also claims the average college-student sugar baby receives about $3,000 a month in cash and gifts from male benefactors."As the cost of living rises and tuition hikes continue, coed sugar babies continue to flock to Seeking Arrangement in search of sugar daddies," according to the company Web site."Just as they, typically, don't find their babies particularly interesting to talk to."Leroy Velasquez, spokesman for Seeking Arrangement, says the business specializes in "relationships" between men offering cash or gifts to women, in exchange for their companionship.Portsmouth Deputy Police Chief Corey Mac Donald said it "sounds like prostitution," while Velasquez insists it's not."Prostitution is money in exchange for sex, a one-time transaction," Velasquez said.Birdman also came to the Saturday taping, performing with Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan.
Those daddies and mommies are in great demand, he said.