May 9 (Reuters) – Gay dating app Grindr said on Monday it would go public through a merger with a blank-check acquisition firm – a deal that values it at $2.1 billion and features Tiga Investments CEO Raymond Zage on both sides of the transaction.
Grindr said its existing shareholders would own 78% of the company after the merger, which comes two years after China’s Kunlun Tech Co (300418.SZ) divested it for $620 million due to U.S. national security concerns.
It would be interesting to know exactly how many Irish priests are on Grindr.
In my opinion it in the high hundreds, at least.
Most of these priests are not looking for love, intimacy or friendship.
They are looking for multi party anonymous sex, even though the Church they preaching for tells them that such things are “mortal sins”.
Many of them are abiding by Church teaching by not using condoms 😀
In time to come Grindr will be listed in the history books and being one of the causes of the collapse of the RC priesthood.
Why people like Amy Martin are ignoring their Grindr priests and protecting them is serious food for thought.