The adult website Sex.com — now that’s a name that leaves little to the imagination — issued a press release on Wednesday in which it makes an offer to New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski that he most assuredly will refuse.
The release, issued Feb. 6, has extended an offer to the good-time-having, devil-may-care, hard-partying, one-man wrecking crew known as Gronk. It pledges to match his entire 2014 base salary — a sum of $3.75 million — if he were to agree to appear in a sex scene with his adult film star gal pal, Bibi Jones.
Jones caused a commotion and ruffled the feathers of Patriots brass when she uploaded photos of herself posing with Gronkowski while draping his Patriots jersey across her otherwise unclothed body on not one but two occasions.
The folks at sex.com, obviously realizing the incredible publicity opportunity afforded by the relationship between the two, if only by issuance of the press release and little else, spelled out its terms as follows:
Sex.com offers Rob Gronkowski the chance to star in an adult scene with Bibi Jones
Montreal, Quebec – February, 6th 2013 – In light of Bibi Jones’s return to performing in adult films, Sex.com would like to offer Rob Gronkowski a chance to perform with her in a scene once his forearm has healed.
There is no question that Rob Gronkowski has what it takes to make an excellent male performer in today’s adult industry. He has proven both on and off the field that he has the body and the attitude to be a hugely popular male adult star.
Football and adult entertainment fans have long speculated a romance between Gronkowski and Jones since racy photos appeared on Twitter. Sex.com believes that their controversial connection will give them a special chemistry on screen.
Sex.com is prepared to match to Gronkowski’s 2014 base salary of $3.75 million if he agrees to perform with Jones in a sex scene exclusively hosted on Sex.com. Though Bibi Jones is on an exclusive contract with Digital Playground, Sex.com has contacted the production company to make an exception for this scene.
Yeah, not going to happen. Ever. But credit to Sex.com to getting its name out there and the free publicity it will undoubtedly generate. The New York Post has even picked up on the story, for crying out loud. And in all practical purposes, it doesn’t cost sex.com a dime. A brilliant gimmick and promotional stunt by the site without a doubt.
But even Gronk isn’t crazy enough to take the website up on its relatively lucrative, yet ridiculous, offer. He just wouldn’t right? Right? Hmm.