The Hall of Fame wide receiver will use the platform to share training tips, commentary, advice, and business updates.
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And there’s more popcorn you now need to get ready.
Hip-hop figures like Cardi B, DJ Khaled, and Swae Lee use the platform to offer an unfiltered, premium connection to their fan bases for a monthly fee, and now, a Pro Football Hall of Famer aims to do the same. Iconic wide receiver Terrell Owens is joining the OnlyFans community, the company announced on Friday.
After a 16-year career that matched an inimitable, one-of-a-kind personality with dominant on-field performances, the 47-year-old TO will use OnlyFans to share training tips and regimens, insider access on information regarding business endeavors like his Eighty-one wine brand and Prototype 81 apparel line, advice and commentary on current issues in sports, and thoughts on the path he took to get to Canton.
Whether it’s running to the Dallas Cowboys’ star to celebrate a touchdown, doing a pop-up press conference shirtless in his driveway while doing sit-ups, recording a steamy Monday Night Football promo with the stars of ABC’s Desperate Housewives, or coining enduring catchphrases like “that’s my quarterback,” “I love me some me,” and “getcha popcorn ready,” Terrell Owens’ larger-than-life persona can’t be denied.
And despite running into the occasional issue with teammates and organizations along the way, nor can his greatness on the football field.
A six-time Pro Bowler, five-time All-Pro, and a member of the 2000s All-Decade Team, TO is No. 3 all-time in career receiving touchdowns (153) and receiving yards (15,934), as well as No. 8 in receptions (1,078).
And now, for a monthly subscription, you can get Owens unfiltered in a whole new way.
The London-based OnlyFans launched in 2016, and said it’s paid over $5 billion in earnings to two million creators worldwide who deliver content to 130 million registered users. Now, we can add one of the most fascinating athletes of his generation to those ranks.