Luckless Lotharios bombard MacKenzie Bezos with online please email me after she was split with her husband Jeff became official Saturday and left her with $ 38 billion, but no one to share it.
"Now you're the hottest MILF I've ever imagined !!," blurted Twitter cad Don Palovitz Saturday in the commentary of MacKenzie's April tweet, which announced its divorce.
He was not the only Don Juan who hoped to woo the world's 22nd richest person.
"Hi @mackenziebezos! Any plans for the weekend?" Asked another lady, who only identified herself as MagnumPlo. "Give me a call and we can meet you somewhere."
"Good morning, fun! Just make sure you still feel very happy about it, baby!" Offered Robbie Lewis Smith Jr.
The outlet followed a Washington State judge, who joined the end of MacKenzie's 26-year marriage to Jeff Bezos, who earned an estimated $ 275 million a day this year.
The deal gives MacKenzie 19.7 million shares of Amazon.com – and a stock of the same day admirers.
"I claim money … To save my late mother's house," asked the Twitter user Shaunie B who helpfully contained a link to her GoFundMe page. "Click to donate."
Another user, Xenohart, claimed to know "a great boy who deserves to go to college to make the world a better place" – whose divorce is accidentally searching for a new cause of charity – though warned that any financial support " may not be a tax depreciation. "
MacKenzie has a lot to donate, and seems to do it.
In May, the 49-year-old San Francisco native signed with Giving Pledge, an initiative by Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett who challenge the world's richest individuals to give more than half of their wealth to charity.
"I have a disproportionate amount of money to share," she said in a letter that month. "My approach to philanthropy will continue to be well thought out. It will take time and effort and care."
MacKenzie, who married Jeff Bezos in 1993, had no profit with the billionaire and could potentially have been eligible for half of his wealth, estimated by Bloomberg (after accounting for her payout) to remain over $ 121 billion.
Instead, the previous author surrendered any claim to Jeff's marque attributes, including Blue Origin and the Washington Post.
She also revealed that Jeff would keep 75 percent of their Amazon stock and would keep voting control over their shares.