**** stars Sara Jay and Angelina Castro have put their money where their mouths are — so to speak.
Last Thursday, the duo delivered on their Twitter promise to give fan followers blow jobs once the Miami Heat won the National Basketball Association championship.
After clearing legal hurdles from the NBA, the #TeamBJ Twitter live event went off without a hitch, according to the girls. So well in fact, that the streaming crashed the company servers.
The exact amount of participants will be revealed in a DVD set to be released later this year that will include BTS footage of the drama behind the event.
One of the participants, Cody, said, “Meeting Sara Jay, who is one of my top five favorite adult film stars of all time and Angelina Castro who I can never stop watching… is so worth every second of it.
“I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything even if I knew that there would be keyboard warriors out there trolling about me. I would do it again, in a heartbeat. Sara Jay and Angelina Castro made it so much easier on all of us they treated us like we were people they knew for a long time.”
Jay commented, “No one thought we would do even one BJ for our twitter followers. I am glad we proved all the doubters wrong. We didn’t come close to breaking the world record for oral sex in a day but maybe next time now that people know #TeamBJ isn’t a joke.”
She added, “I was inundated with tweets afterwards saying ‘I didn’t know you guys weren’t full of it.’ I was shocked how many people were trying to watch the live show.”
Castro said, “Anyone who thinks a Cuban wasn’t prepared to get down on her knees in the name of capitalism and the Miami Heat was wrong. Thanks to all the fans on Twitter who supported the event and made it so much fun.”
Aside from pleasing fans, the event boosted Jay’s Twitter followers to nearly 250,000, up from her starting point of 160,000, and Castro now has 112,000 followers, an increase from 60,000.
VNA Network’s Vicky Vette said, “It takes an awful amount of balls to go through with a #TeamBJ Event (no pun intended). It’s a lot of stress on the girls…even if it’s a ton of publicity. We did #TeamBJ with the World Cup in 2010 and the NBA in 2012. If we had known how popular it was we would have done the Olympics too.”