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Michael B Jordan to join OnlyFans and start ‘using his body’ to fund barber school after he was named Sexiest Man Alive – The Sun

MICHAEL B Jordan is planning to join OnlyFans and "use his body" to fund his friend's barber school.

The Black Panther star, 33, teased that he'll be "eating fruit and all kinds of crazy stuff" when he signs up to the X-rated subscription service.

Michael – who was recently named People's Sexiest Man Alive – made the revelation while chatting to Jimmy Kimmel.

He got onto the topic when Jimmy asked about the mustache he grew in lockdown.

"I never had time to actually sit in one place and grow my facial hair where I didn't have to get it groomed, or manicured, or anything like that," he said,

"So, during quarantine, I just wanted to see how much hair I could actually grow," Michael joked, before teasing, "I got an OnlyFans coming soon".


Grinning at the audience, Michael went on: "Eating fruit and all kinds of crazy stuff; it's going to get wild, it's going to get wild."

Jimmy joked: "You probably could make like $250,000 a year if your mustache had an OnlyFans account."

The Marvel star the turned serious and explained: "I'm actually going to start one, but all the proceeds I want to go towards a barber school because during the quarantine, you know, there's been so many businesses and schools that shut down."



A baffled Jimmy asked: "Oh! You're really going to do that? Oh, excellent."

Michael smiled, replying: "Yeah, it's a thing. My barber Joe and the whole team – we've been plotting on that so we're going to work the system."

The actor would be joining a legion of other celebrities on the adult platform, including Cardi B and Bella Thorne.


Earlier this month, Michael – who is thought to be currently single – was named People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive 2020.

He took the crown from John Legend, who won the title last year, while Idris Elba held the accolade in 2018.

"You know, everybody always made that joke, like, 'Mike, this is the one thing you're probably not going to get,'" the Creed actor told People.

"But it's a good club to be a part of."

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