The founder of OnlyFans has backed a new dating platform which seeks to bring together fitness enthusiasts.

Tim Stokely exited the online subscription platform – which famously provides a revenue stream for people willing to engage in amateur pornography – in December 2021.

He has now invested in FITFCK, which was founded by Jamie Wykes-Hobday after his girlfriend dumped him weeks before he competed in a bodybuilding competition. 

FITFCK connects like-minded people online as well as through training and social events. 

“I am delighted to have had the opportunity to invest in FITFCK,” said Stokely. “Having known Jamie for over three years now, his vision, drive and determination coupled with the brand concept is something that I fully believe in.

“I am looking forward to seeing it realise its global potential as a multi-level consumer brand.”

Stokely founded OnlyFans in 2016 and built the startup from his kitchen into a multi billion-dollar global business with cleaner features from Beyonce, Megan Thee Stallion and Rick Ross.

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“I am thrilled that Tim has decided to invest in FITFCK,” said Wykes-Hobday. “Finding an investor is one thing, but finding one who has scaled his own startup into a multi billion-dollar global business is extremely rare and very valuable. 

“I know Tim’s confidence in the business will significantly help us realise FITFCK‘s potential as a global consumer brand.”

FITFCK‘s next event is set to run in November alongside the release of its app. 

Wykes-Hobday added: “The future looks bright – the future looks FIT as FCK.”

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