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Draymond Green pornstar? Vivid wants ‘Day Day’ to star in porn film titled ‘Drayzilla’

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Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green will be representing the United States at the Olympic but he may be adding the title of “pornstar” to his resume. One pornographic production company offered Green a role in his own porn flick after he accidentally posted a photo of his penis on Snapchat to continue his crazy summer.

According to TMZ Sports, Vivid Entertainment founder and co-chairman David Hirsch saw the viral photo of Green’s private part and he was very impressed. He called it a “perfect penis” for porn and offered the 2015 All-Star a once in a lifetime opportunity.

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Hirsch reportedly has a $100,000 offer on the table for Draymond Green to star in a porn film titled “Drayzilla.” The Vivid founder also believes that Green’s sex tape will make porn history and he will let him call all the shots.

“Here’s the deal: We will give you $100k to star in a porn called ‘Drayzilla.’ You call all the shots. You pick your co-stars and set up the scene however you want,” Hirsch told TMZ Sports.

The 55-year-old businessman is the guy responsible for working with celebrities and their sex tapes. He has previously worked with people such as Kim Kardashian, Kendra Wilkinson, Farrah Abraham and Pamela Anderson.

The Warriors star has not responded to the porn offer but he will likely turn the offer down. He is in the second season of his five-year, $85 million contract with Golden State.

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The crazy summer of Draymond Green started with him being arrested in Michigan for an altercation with a former college football player. That has been settled but he then accidently posted a photo of his penis on Snapchat.

According to Chuck Schilken of the Los Angeles Times, “Day Day” initially claimed that he was hacked but later admitted that it was meant to be a private message but he hit the wrong button. The 26-year-old forward has since apologized for his actions at a Team USA practice.

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