Chueko has gained attention on social media for keeping close tabs on Messi
Lionel Messi’s bodyguard has received a bizarre $25,000 offer to upload content of himself training, flexing and posing on an adult website.
Yassine Chueko has become somewhat of an internet sensation in recent months for keeping extremely close tabs on Messi following his move to Inter Miami over the summer.
Fans have spotted the Argentina captain’s personal security watching his client like a hawk in Miami, with Chueko seen patrolling the touchline after his opening goal in a Leagues Cup win over Orlando last month.
He also intervened to prevent a field invader from getting to Messi during a 3-1 victory against Los Angeles FC earlier this month, grabbing the fan around the neck before pulling him away.
As he continues to gain more and more attention for his vigilant guarding of Messi, Chueko has been offered $25,000 to join an adult website.
Lionel Messi ‘s bodyguard Yassine Chueko has received a bizarre $25,000 offer to upload content of himself training, flexing and posing on an adult website
Chueko, a former US soldier and MMA fighter, has become somewhat of an internet sensation
He has been spotted keeping extremely close tabs on Messi since his move to Inter Miami
Adult content creation site My.Club has offered Chueko $25k to become their ‘Martial Arts Ambassador’ – a role which involves providing tutorials and posting content
My.Club, an X-rated content creation site, has reached out to the bodyguard with a proposal for him to become their new ‘Martial Arts Ambassador’.
Vice President Mike Ford makes the pitch in an open letter posted on the company’s website, in which Chueko – a former US soldier with expertise in martial arts – is offered the chance to share tutorials on the importance of self-defense.
In addition to that, Ford asks the ex-Navy Seal if he would be prepared to share videos and pictures of himself training and flexing his muscles, along with a glimpse into his daily life with Messi.
‘Dear Mr. Yassine Chueko,’ the letter reads. ‘You’ve become quite the sensation serving as Lionel Messi’s bodyguard.
‘More recently, you’ve gone viral while protecting him – basically man-marking him – during Inter Miami games. The videos of you sprinting up and down the touchline have millions of views and people have started to thirst over you.
‘I’d like to hire you to serve as the “Martial Arts Ambassador” for My.Club, a leading platform for adult content creators. In your role, you’d be tasked with sharing martial arts tutorials to educate users and content creators on the importance of self-defense.
‘You can also post videos and pictures of yourself training, flexing, posing, and maybe even provide a glimpse into your daily life with Messi. Many users would love to watch you working out and showcasing your broad-shouldered, big-chested, chiseled body.’
In an open letter to Chueko, the site said: ‘Many users would love to watch you working out and showcasing your broad-shouldered, big-chested, chiseled body’
Chueko has expertise in martial arts, taekwondo and boxing and has participated in several MMA fights
As well as an initial $25,000 fee, Chueko has also been offered a salary of up to $50,000 to become My.Club’s Martial Arts Ambassador.
In an attempt to entice him further, Ford adds that he could ‘earn even more by selling content, performing custom requests, or providing 1:1 consultations via video calls’.
‘Please get back to me at your earliest convenience. I’d love to hire you ASAP,’ the letter concludes.
According to La Nacion, Chueko is a former Navy Seal who has served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He is also said to have expertise in martial arts, taekwondo and boxing after participating in several MMA fights.
Inter Miami co-owner David Beckham reportedly hired him specifically when searching for a bodyguard for Messi, a decision made amid the rising number of pitch invaders in recent years.
He was hired by Miami to protect Messi amid the rising number of field invaders of late
And considering the fanfare generated by Messi’s unbelievable start to life in the US, the choice seems all the wiser.
Whether it be walking from the team bus to the changing rooms, or strolling along the touchline to follow Messi’s movements during a game, he is always within close distance of the former Barcelona and PSG star.
Messi has got off to an incredible start in Miami, scoring 11 goals in his first 12 appearances while winning the Leagues Cup.
However, there are fears he will not be fit in time for next week’s US Open Cup final after injury forced him off after 37 minutes of Wednesday’s 4-0 win over Toronto.