Snoop Dogg explains why he rejected his OnlyFans offer
(Credit: Alamy)

Old School Archives

Snoop Dogg explains why he rejected his OnlyFans offer

West Coast legend Snoop Dogg is a true businessman and, over the years, has repeatedly shown that he can not only sell original products but also secure brand deals with some of the biggest multinational conglomerates. However, on one occasion, he had to turn down an offer.

During an appearance on comedian Slink Johnson’s Wake & Bake Instagram Live show, Snoop Dogg (real name Calvin Broadus) revealed that, not too long ago, he got presented with a lucrative offer to post content on the infamous pornography website OnlyFans. However, he swiftly turned it down.

Opening up to Johnson about the offer, Broadus explained, “They got at me when one of them little girls made like $20 million on there. They were like, ‘OnlyFans wants you to come on there, Snoop! You could do about $100 million. All you gotta do is pull that thang out.’”

However, he explained the reason why he rejected the offer, stating, “I’m like, ‘I got a Black wife, n*gga. Ain’t no way in the world she gonna allow me to go on there and pull that thang out for no amount of money!’”

Several rappers, usually female, have made millions by teaming up with OnlyFans. In November, it was revealed that Australian emcee Iggy Azalea had raked in $48million on the site. Cardi B also performed well, managing to bank $45million.

But it is not only females who use the website to their advantage. Young Money rapper Tyga made $20million from OnlyFans before deactivating his profile to start his own competing platform named Myystar.

Other celebrities who have made substantial amounts of money on the platform include Amber Rose, Amber Rose, DJ Khaled and Fat Joe. However, the website carries the stigma of being a faux-porn platform. You can watch Snoop Dogg speaking to Slink Johnson on Wake & Bake in the video below.