Adult webcam site offers Paul Pierce a job after his firing from ESPN

The Truth might not be unemployed for much longer.

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Adult webcam site CamSoda has made a pretty lucrative offer to former NBA star and ESPN analyst Paul Pierce following his firing from the broadcast network this week. ESPN reportedly fired Pierce from his post after he displayed some pretty lewd content on his Instagram Live over the weekend.

CamSoda has extended a $250,000 offer to the former pro, as well as the opportunity to become the brand’s first NBA analyst.

“As our NBA Analyst, you would be required to stream yourself live on our platform every week night and discuss happenings around the NBA. Inside the NBA be damned,” the letter reads. “Here at CamSoda, we champion exotic dancers, cam girls and sex workers. We would be more than happy to accommodate your penchant for women and you’d be free to stream with them while they twerk in the background and more.”

You could read the entire document below.

Pierce hasn’t apologized, nor does he seem to be in poor spirits after getting dropped by ESPN, given his latest social media activity. He also seems to already have something else lined up. Camsoda, maybe?