Tommy Lee shares picture of his genitals and begs for ‘collab’ with Mr. Peanut
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I look forward to the day that Tommy Lee forgets his Twitter password, I really do.
The Mötley Crüe drummer has, once again, shared a photo of his balls to social media - this time tagging Mr. Peanut and asking the snack mascot for a 'collab'.
It all started when Planters, the company that owns the Mr. Peanut logo, launched a 'made to be roasted' contest, challenging fans to 'roast' Mr. Peanut for a chance to win $10,000 (£8,200).
Fans have been firing off pretty harmless 'roasts' on Twitter directed at Mr. Peanut, but the game swiftly ended when Tommy Lee decided to join in.
Tweeting a photo of his own 'nuts' from behind - surely not the best angle he could have chosen - Tommy tweeted: "Hey @MrPeanut let's collab!... I'll bring the NUTZ!!!!"
Comedy gold, that.
And yes, I am going to show you the picture.
I had to see it so now you do too:
As you can probably imagine, the people of Twitter were pretty horrified by Tommy's post.
"Every few weeks tommy lee decides to post a part of his body and traumatised the human population," one person tweeted.
"If I had a nickel for every time I’d seen Tommy Lee’s genitalia, I’d have two nickels," wrote another. "Which isn’t a lot, but it’s strange that it’s happened twice."
And a third penned: "What a terrible day to have eyes."
Others couldn't help but analyse Tommy's genitals - he did share them with the world, after all.
"Just saying... that looks painful lol," one pointed out.
"Why are they so damn long," wondered a second.
Will that sort of criticism make Tommy think twice before he shares his nudes with the world again? Probably not, no.
Tommy's no stranger to sharing pictures of his nether regions with the world.
Just last August he brazenly posted a d**k pic to Instagram - an app that has way heftier nudity restrictions than Twitter.
At the time, he simply captioned the pic: 'Ooooopppsss', but something tells me it wasn't an accident...
Just one month later, Tommy announced that he had officially joined OnlyFans.
Sharing a photo of his bare butt to Instagram last September, he wrote: "You heard it here tonight www.onlyfans.com/TommyLee.
"Cum join me over there for fun that Instagram won’t let us have here!"
People could subscribe to Tommy's page for $39.95 (£32) per month, or $101.87 (£84) for a three month bundle.
But, honestly, when you can see it for free on Twitter, usually against your will, that doesn't actually seem like such a good deal.