OnlyFans content creators can make a ton of cash, and Tommy Lee is ready to get into the game. The NSFW platform has become an incredibly popular service for sex workers since its launch, with often salacious content hidden behind a paywall and available only for cash-handy followers. Tommy Lee, the drummer of Motley Crue, has kept his word and has now officially launched his OnlyFans account.
Lee originally stated his intention to join the platform after the end of Motley Crue and Def Leppard’s Stadium Tour, which also included Poison, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, and Classless Act. The drummer went on “a motherf*cking bender” during a brief break on the tour, culminating in him posting a totally naked selfie on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. The internet was definitely buzzing about the now-famous dick image, which apparently demonstrated to Lee that there is a widespread demand to see him naked, pushing him to join OnlyFans.
“I showed you my sh*t. They took it down off the internet,” the drummer bemoaned at the tour finale, referencing his violation of Facebook and Instagram’s community guidelines that resulted in the offending photo being removed from both platforms. Continuing to address the crowd, he stated,”What I’ve done is I have now gone over to a place where you can be free as f*ck. And you can show anybody whatever the f*ck you want, and they don’t f*cking take it down.”
Lee then bent over and mooned the crowd, with the words “Only” and “Fans” written on his butt cheeks in black marker. Lee has now created a short trailer to commemorate the opening of his newly launched OnlyFans account, which can be watched below. The clip combines a video of the Crue drummer discussing his new account, as well as numerous bravado-based clips from his later musical career.
Monthly and quarterly subscription packages are available for $19.99 and $50.97, respectively. “Yeah THAT Tommy Lee…. and yeah THAT DICK!!!! Cum watch me be free,” says Lee in the bio line on his account, followed by emojis depicting an eggplant and water droplets. At press time, over two dozen posts exist, and, if you want, you can head here to subscribe.
Meanwhile, don’t assume you’ve seen the last of Motley Crue just because the Stadium Tour (which grossed $173.5 million) is over. The band is planning additional shows across the world and as far out as 2024. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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