The Dream Signs Up For Provocative OnlyFans Site To Promote ‘Sextape 4’ Album
The Dream Signs Up For Provocative Platform OnlyFans Site To Promote His ‘Sextape 4’ Album
Singer/songwriter Terius “The Dream” Nash is the latest celebrity to take his services to the controversial OnlyFans platform. While OnlyFans is known for serving as a private, paid fan club for racy content, the official website describes the platform as:
“…a very powerful and useful tool for YouTubers, fitness trainers, models, content creators, public figures and influencers.”
Considering its reputation, OnlyFans and The Dream’s latest album, Sextape 4 is a match made in heaven. Apparently, exotic dancers will do what they do best to The Dream’s sultry new songs as one aspect of content on the platform. He tweeted:
“S/O @OnlyFans and all the beautiful ladies involved!!! we launched a page dedicated to the baby making album of the year! Smirking face Follow to view this content for freeeeee Eyes #SXTP4
S/O @OnlyFans and all the beautiful ladies involved!!! we launched a page dedicated to the baby making album of the year! ?
Follow to view this content for freeeeee ?#SXTP4https://t.co/QGE12MCHJ1 pic.twitter.com/JtB5YMDXPz
— THE-DREAM (@TheKingDream) April 21, 2020
The platform is also excited to host the multi-platinum singer.
But The Dream isn’t the first to join the OnlyFans wave in an unorthodox way. “Love and Hip-Hop: New York” star Safaree Samuels recently teased intimate content for his supporters, for which he’s charging $15.99 a month.
Will you be tuning in to The Dream’s OnlyFans account? Tell us in the comments.
Written by Miata Shanay