"I'm just looking for a genuine display of love and need. If you don't need it, don't ask for it for free," he told WXIN. "If you need it and you're really in love, tell me why. Tell me every great thing about your potential fiance."
"If you really want the ring for free, put some heart and soul into it. Pull at my heartstrings and make me believe in you as a couple. Please let this be for someone who really wants it."
He will sell the ring, a 1.7 ctw trillion-cut moissanite ring set in a 14K white gold band, for about half its value or $550.
However, if the ring is given away, Gold is hoping for an invite to the lucky couple's wedding.
"I didn't get to attend my own," he wrote in the post. "So I want to at least attend yours."