John Cena launches OnlyFans account with a twist

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John Cena has launched an OnlyFans account – though with a twist.

The wrestler and actor left fans scratching their heads yesterday (February 22) after announcing his new account on the subscription service, which is largely known for adult content.

"…like you’ve never seen me before. Subscribe at the link in bio. @onlyfans," he wrote on X (formerly Twitter).

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However, the link actually takes followers to the OnlyFans page of Ricky Stanicky, the namesake of his new movie with Zac Efron.

Yep, turns out it's actually all a marketing stunt for his new Prime Video film, which sees Cena portray an actor hired by a trio of friends to play their fake buddy, Ricky Stankicky.

The friends have long used the persona to get themselves out of tricky situations, though when their significant others start to grow suspicious, they are forced to take drastic measures and hire Cena's character.

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The character's OnlyFans bio reads: "You've found the verified OnlyFans account for Ricky Stanicky; renowned impersonator, philanthropist, investment banker, socialite, cancer survivor and method actor. Subscribe to get SPICY pics and vids!"

In his posts, he writes suggestive captions such as: "How deep can it go?" and: "Anyone want to hit this one more time?"

The marketing stunt comes ahead of Ricky Stanicky's release on March 7, with Judas and the Black Messiah's Jermaine Fowler, Big Sky's Anja Savcic and Beef's Andrew Santino also set to star.

Speaking previously about the movie, director Peter Farrelly said: "This has been a dream project of mine for many years but to end up with a cast this crazy good makes the wait more than worthwhile."

Ricky Stanicky will be available to stream on Prime Video on March 7.

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