Tory Lanez's Quarantine Radio series may be returning to its old, raunchy roots, as he recently teased that he's got a partnership in the works with OnlyFans. On Wednesday (May 20th), Tory went live on Instagram, where he took the opportunity to spill some cryptic info about the future of Quarantine Radio to his nearly 28,000 viewers. "Imma say this once, and it's only for the amount of people that are in here," he prefaced the announcement. "Don't make this hot. Quarantine Radio After Dark, OnlyFans. No guidelines, at all. That's all I gotta say."

While Tory didn't give any further info on the collaboration between his beloved isolation series and the subscription website, if this "After Dark" version works out, it could mean that Tory may be able to bring some of the more explicit content back that got the broadcast temporarily banned from Instagram live in the first place. Back in April, shortly after he launched QR, Tory revealed that he'd been suspended from the app for a week due to his inappropriate live streams, which included such antics as regular twerking contests. However, now that he appears to be taking the tomfoolery to OnlyFans, these rigid guidelines he was required to follow on IG live may not apply to the series any longer. We'll keep you posted on any updates about this partnership.