James Harden, Nets offered virtual strip club for trip to NBA All-Star Game
The Brooklyn Nets recently received an intriguing offer from Daryn Parker, Vice President of Camsoda, who wrote a letter to team owner Joe Tsai stating that they want to offer a digital strip club experience to the Nets players. Camsoda will reportedly provide James Harden, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Durant with Elite VIP membership which will allow them to have complete access to the platform whenever they want to, via Brandon Robinson.
Adult site @CamsodaCom sent letter to Brooklyn Nets with hopes of bringing digital strip club to James Harden & teammates during NBA All Star Weekend in Atlanta.
Letter to Nets owner below. pic.twitter.com/TFh1fAFn7M
— 👑📍Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson (@ScoopB) February 26, 2021
According to the letter written by Parker, Camsoda will give the entire Nets team with Elite VIP member statuses until the end of the 2020-21 season, given that either of the All-Stars will be named as an All-Star Game MVP on March 7. In addition, the platform is reportedly willing to extend the membership offer to next season if the Nets successfully win the title in 2020/21.
It is no secret that Harden has an affinity for nightlife dating back to his days with the Houston Rockets. In fact, he even missed the team’s first few days of training camp after he was seen partying in Atlanta and Las Vegas before he finally decided to fly back to Houston.
With his arrival in a city like Brooklyn, Harden has definitely not missed the party scene in Houston. However, having access to a platform like Camsoda will allow him to enjoy one of his favorite pastimes while also staying safe in the comfort of his own hotel room.
It remains to be seen if the Nets will seriously consider the said offer but it will definitely be thought-provoking for an avid party-goer like James Harden.