Yes, you read right. Long-time collaborators DJ Khaled and Fat Joe have tagged-teamed each other for an OnlyFans account.
The site has become one of the most in-demand and lucrative sites during 2020’s pandemic filled year. Celebrities and adult film stars have taken advantage of the site to offer exclusive pay-per-view content. Artists and celebrities have also used it to offer exclusive content for music and announcements.
Both Khaled and Joe took to their Instagrams to make the announcement. The first order of content was a one on one basketball rematch.
“#FANLUV@fatjoe and I are officially bringing THE LIGHT
I told @fatjoe we need a legendary rematch
everybody SUBSCRIBE and TUNE IN JAN 25! https://onlyfans.com/djkhaledandfatjoe… Let’s be super clear we here only to motivate inspire and spread positive vibes only . THE LIGHT”
Now watching two men in their early 40s play amateur pick-up basketball isn’t the most intriguing thing, but their celebrity is big enough to where they can galvanize an audience. In addition to random sporting events, they will be giving exclusive access to their lives at home, while sharing motivational content as well.
Check out DJ Khaled and Fat Joe’s content as their page is set to go launch on Jan. 25. To start they are charging $20 per month.
social media for his new online venture with friend DJ Khaled. They have started a joint account on OnlyFans.
Khaled announced the news on his Instagram page Tuesday (Jan. 19) and posted a video of him and Fat Joe playing basketball.
“[Fat Joe] and I are officially bringing THE LIGHT to [OnlyFans],” Khaled wrote, adding that the friends would be posting video of their “legendary rematch” when it happens next week. “Everybody SUBSCRIBE.”
While the OnlyFans is used by media influencers like fitness experts and reality stars, the platform is known mostly for digital sex workers to connect with paid subscribers online. The connection to online porn was enough for Fat Joe and DJ Khaled’s new account to get some attention on Twitter.
Some Twitter users wondered how they would explain to their spouses why OnlyFans was charging them a fee on their bank statement when all they wanted to see is the behind-the-scenes footage of Fat Joe and DJ Khaled hanging out in the studio recording music. Monthly subscriptions to follow the pair are $20.
Some joked that “motivational speaking” isn’t exactly what most people use OnlyFans for.
Subscription-based services are popular with adult entertainers, but recently many celebrities are flocking to share content on the platform.
Music legends checked the news on Instagram for a glimpse of what to expect from their videos.
Congratulating all of us with a video of a pair fighting on a basketball court, I wrote one producer:’@ fatjoe and I officially bring THE LIGHT to @onlyfans. I told @fatjoe that a legendary rematch is needed. Who?
“If DJ Khaled or Fat Joe put your money on me, don’t forget to win everything I do!”
In addition to the link to their new page, he added: light! ‘
It’s not something you’re familiar with on the platform, but you have to admit that both are very good.
The OnlyFans Instagram page was the first slide to DJ Khaled’s comment and was thrilled to announce it.
“Welcome to the OnlyFans family @ DJKhaled @ FatJoe I can’t wait for the rematch,” they wrote.
Their official OnlyFans profile says: ‘Welcometo the LIGHT – A page for fans to get exclusive motivational and inspirational content. Here, we guide our fans to the “light” and share uplifting insights and behind the scenes of their personal lives. .. “
Subscribe to The light and get back to $ 20 (£ 14) per month.
Alternative social media platforms have become a popular place for adult entertainers to make money from photos and performances online.
It has become a convenient promotional platform used by a series of stars and celebrities to drive new projects.
Many reality stars have their own accounts, and Cardi B also makes fun of the official page on the site.
Just last year, when Bella Thorne made her network debut, it caused controversy and earned $ 2 million (£ 1.4 million) in the first week alone.