Controversial Australian basketball player Liz Cambage has revealed what has predicted a marked increase in snappy social media posts.
Yes, she is the last notable Australian to join OnlyFans.
The towering 30-year-old beauty confirmed the news in a tweet from her official Twitter account early Thursday morning, featuring only a smiling face with a halo and a link to her OnlyFans account.
As the number of retweets, quote tweets, likes, and replies grows – some with very questionable tastes – it’s clear that the athlete’s latest venture will prove to be a very profitable venture for her.
Just two hours ago, Cambage posted her first offer on the subscription-based content site, “Welcome to the party xx.”
The busty beauty is no stranger to posting adult content, with her Instagram page filled with ever-glowing posts – many of which are just too cheeky to republish.
Cambage is also no stranger to controversy.
The 2.03-meter-tall skyscraper dodged a bullet several weeks ago when news broke that she had escaped a gaming ban, despite being found guilty of “censoring the game” after an ugly verbal and physical clash with Nigerian players during a pre-Olympic game in Las Vegas.
Shortly after the incident, Cambage withdrew from the Olympics, citing ongoing mental health issues, which revealed she had suffered panic attacks from being trapped in the Games bubble.
“It’s no secret that I’ve struggled with my mental health in the past and lately I’ve been really worried about going into a ‘bubble’ Olympics,” Cambage shared in a Twitter post.
“No family. No friends. No fans. No support system outside of my team. It’s honestly terrifying for me. For the past month I’ve had panic attacks, no sleep and no food.”
An investigation by Basketball Australia found Cambage guilty of one offense related to the Las Vegas clash, but dismissed the charges related to three other alleged incidents, which made her eligible to participate in the FIBA Women’s World Cup in Sydney in September next year.