Ex-UFC star claims men are ‘hired to send OnlyFans messages for female creators’
Former UFC star Jake Shields has made the startling claim that men are hired to send messages on behalf of female creators.
"I know a guy who runs an OnlyFans agency," Shields said on Twitter, when he dropped the bombshell. He continued: "He hires guys to send out messages pretending to be the girls If you're subscribed to OnlyFans you're likely spending money to flirt with a man!
"He has real girls but they have men do most of the texting Just use the girls when they need photos and videos."
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Shields was cut from the UFC in 2014 – and Dana White had to defend the decision after uproar from MMA flags.
"Mixed Martial Arts is a young man's game. I like Jake Shields a lot. But let's be honest here: Where was he going in this [welterweight] division of animals we have? He's on the downswing, and he's never going to be the guy. His stand-up never improved," White said.
"He hasn't really shown anything in his last couple of fights to make you go, 'Holy [expletive].'Right now, at this point, he's just another guy."
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However, content creators have anonymously admitted they've used management companies in the past as it's almost impossible to respond to all their messages.
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