‘Want this meat?’ Comedy duo The Inspired Unemployed become the latest stars to join OnlyFans – but not for the reason you’d expect
They have gained more than 1.2 million followers on Instagram.
And The Inspired Unemployed have become the latest celebrities to strip off and join the adults-only subscription website OnlyFans.
But the comedy duo, comprising Jack Steele, 28, and Matt Ford, 27, are actually revealing their meat for burger chain Grill’d.
‘Want this meat?’ The Inspired Unemployed boys Jack Steele, 28, and Matt Ford, 27, have become the latest stars to join adult website OnlyFans
The handsome gents flashed the flesh in a series of racy photos for the restaurant to promote its new meat-free Impossible Burger range.
The pair showcased their fit physiques in red satin boxer shorts and robes while chomping on the scrumptious plant-based burgers.
In other photos, they rocked masquerade masks as they sat on a bed eating a burger with a neon Grill’d sign behind them.
Yummy: The handsome gents flashed the flesh in a series of racy photos for burger chain Grill’d to promote its new meat-free Impossible burger range
In the accompanying clip, the funnymen got their sexy on as they entertained fans with quips about the burgers.
‘Hi babes, welcome to our room, Do you like what you see?’ Jack said. ‘Looks like you’re ready for some fun. Who wants it?’ Matt added.
The boys are showing their meat at onlyfans.com/grilldburgers.
Who wants it? ‘Hi babes, welcome to our room. Do you like what you see,’ Jack said in a saucy clip. ‘Looks like you’re ready for some fun. Who wants it?’ Matt added
Grill’d’s new Impossible Burger range
Impossible Simply Grill’d
Cos lettuce, tomato, Spanish onion, relish and herbed mayo ($13.50)
Impossible Vegan Cheeseburger
Vegan cheese, dill pickles, Spanish onion, Dijon mustard, fire-roasted tomato sauce and vegan mayo ($14.50)
Impossible Garden Goodness
Tasty cheese, avocado, beetroot, cos lettuce, tomato, Spanish onion, relish and herbed mayo ($16.50)
Tasty cheese, beetroot, cos lettuce, tomato, Spanish onion, fire roasted tomato sauce and Backyard Burger Sauce ($16.50)
While many are no doubt excited to see The Inspired Unemployed on OnlyFans, they aren’t entering the adult industry and their account is a short-lived venture to promote Grill’d.
The duo said they became increasingly bothered by plant-based burger options that didn’t deliver on taste.
‘We get that when people think of plant-based burgers, they think of dry, bland meat,’ they said.
‘We wanted to show everyone that the new Grill’d Impossible Burgers are just as juicy, saucy and meaty as ever.’
Launched in the U.S. in 2016, the plant- based Impossible Burger patty has taken the world by storm due to the fact it looks, cooks and tastes like real beef.
Giving a local flavour, there’s also the ‘Impossible Australian’ in the range.
Simon Crowe, Grill’d founder and managing director, said the brand was trying to create meat-free alternatives for customers.
‘We’re fiercely passionate about creating healthy, sustainable and most importantly delicious burgers so we’re thrilled to be one of the first restaurant groups in Australia to offer Impossible burgers,’ he said.
‘we can’t wait for everyone to taste it for themselves.
‘You only have to ask The Inspired Unemployed these burgers are unbelievably mouthwatering, delicious and made for people who love meat.’
‘We get that when people think of plant-based burgers, they think of dry, bland meat,’ the boys said. ‘We wanted to show everyone that the new Grill’d Impossible Burgers are just as juicy, saucy and meaty as ever’