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Paul Pierce gets offer from CamSoda to stream NBA show with exotic dancers after ESPN firing

Paul Pierce, CamSoda

ESPN parted ways with analyst Paul Pierce following his wild Instagram live, which saw the NBA legend drinking and smoking in a party with female dancers twerking in the background. If the 43-year-old wants to find a new gig, however, he may not need to look far. Pierce apparently received an offer from CamSoda where he could continue his full-time job as an “NBA Analyst.” The catch is that Pierce could do his stream with dancing women in the back, just as he did in his inappropriate stream.

Check out CamSoda’s offer to the former Boston Celtics star:

CamSoda isn’t playing around. We’re not entirely sure if Paul Pierce has actually seen the offer from the adult entertainment webcam company. Based on the 10-time NBA All-Star’s tweets on Monday, it seems like he just may have:

He even hinted that something big is coming soon:

Kidding aside, Pierce’s actions were extremely inappropriate, especially being the public figure that he is. Many people obviously know him for his Hall of Fame basketball career, but he has remained in the spotlight by being an analyst for one of the biggest sports networks in the entire world.

Paul Pierce began his television career with ESPN during the 2017-18 season and has appeared on their shows such as The Jump and NBA Countdown. Over the course of his time in front of the camera, the one-time NBA champion has spewed out some serious hot takes that didn’t sit well with majority of NBA fans. Now, Pierce finds himself in the hot seat once again with this latest controversy.