Justin Laboy and Justin Combs’ new Demon Time format made its debut on OnlyFans Friday, and things did not go as planned.
The debut was delayed when the record turnout of viewers that turned out for the digital strip club crashed OnlyFans servers according to an OnlyFans tweet.
“Thank you to everyone who signed on for #DemonTime’s premier live stream show. The show broke all records, and we experienced some technical difficulties. We are actively working to increase capacity for the next show. All viewers from last night will be issued a refund.”
According to Demon Time’s profile on OnlyFans, a reschedule date for the launch will be announced shortly.
TMZ reported a heavy celebrity presence lined up for the debut, including Usher, Winnie Harlow, The Weeknd, YG, Trippie Red, YBN Almighty Jay, Will Packer, and Luka Sabbat. Sports stars Kevin Durant, Odell Becham Jr., Victor Cruz, Delon Wright, and Caris LeVert were also expected to be in attendance.
Demon Time was made popular by strippers out of work during quarantine who took to performing on late-night Instagram Live streams to ask for CashApp tips. Some of the performances were a little too racy for Instagram, and IG was working to remove the live streams. This won’t be an issue on OnlyFans, where subscribers pay a monthly fee to see a creator’s content and even created a live streaming platform specifically for Demon Time.
Demon Time and OnlyFans can perhaps thank Beyonce for the partnership. Queen Bey hopped on the remix to Meg Thee Stallion’s “Savage” and spit “Hips TikTok when I dance/On that Demon Time, she might start an OnlyFans,” name dropping the platforms that have taken over quarantine.
Shout out to Beyonce, now we have Demon Time on OnlyFans.