Paul Pierce donated $ 250,000 per adult website to host an NBA show with exotic dancers
Monday, ESPN has parted ways with NBA analyst and Boston Celtics legend Paul Pierce. The 10-time NBA All-Star was fired by the broadcast giants after hosting a controversial Instagram live session over the weekend. The video captured the 43-year-old in a drunken state with scantily clad women around him and his friends as they played poker.
Pierce also posted a photo of himself smoking what appeared to be marijuana. However, immediately after Pierce was sacked by ESPN, Adult cam site CamSoda has offered the NBA legend a six-figure deal to work with them on an NBA show featuring exotic dancers. The CamSoda boss has revealed he’s ready to offer Pierce $ 250,000 to host the unique NBA show.
What happened to Paul Pierce: career and sacking of Paul Pierce ESPN
Paul Pierce played 19 seasons in the NBA, spending 15 years with the Boston Celtics, one season each with the Nets and Wizards before leaving him after two years with the LA Clippers in 2017. After his retirement, the MVP of the 2008 NBA Finals and Champions worked as an analyst at ESPN. The NBA icon was a regular on “NBA Countdown” and “The Jump”.
However, last weekend Pearce made headlines for posting Instagram Live videos of himself and was seen receiving a massage from a woman while another danced behind him. Pierce also drank and smoked with others in the background as money was thrown away. Monday, ESPN then announced Pierce’s sacking as some fans pointed out that the content on his feed was inappropriate.
Paul Pierce’s Instagram video offers unique work for NBA legend
Shortly after his ESPN Sacking, the former NBA star took to Instagram and took to his IG Live video, thanking fans for his support. He posted a simple four second video that read “Smile”, with the message, “Big Things coming soon stay tuned make sure u smile #Truthshallsetufree.” Now, it looks like Pierce got it right in approaching his future as his IG Live video has caught the attention of other companies interested in his services.
I can’t lose even when I lose I win 🤔🤔😳😃😃😃
– Paul Pierce (@ paulpierce34) April 6, 2021
On Tuesday, CamSoda, an adult webcam website, wasted little to no time pitching. Company vice president Daryn Parker released a statement offering Pierce $ 250,000 if he was willing to host an NBA show with exotic dancers in the background. At the end of the letter, Parker also congratulated Pierce on last weekend’s IG live stream. Pierce took to Twitter to respond once he received the offer, but has yet to announce his decision.
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