Fitness Business Reportedly Booming for Brothers Accused in Jussie Smollett's Attack
No word yet on whether the Osundairo brothers will comment on the latest development in the Jussie Smollett case.
It looks like Jussie Smollett’s case is good for one business.
The Osundairo Brothers’ fitness business is booming, according to TMZ.
Abel and Ola are offering a new “Team Abel” fitness package on social media. For $30, they offer a workout plan. An extra $20 will get customers a number of additional services, including a diet program and a four-week meal plan. Sources tell the site their business is now thriving.
No word yet on whether the brothers will comment on the latest development in the Smollett case, which saw prosecutors drop the charges against the "Empire actor."
The brothers were thrust into the spotlight after they alleged Smollett paid them to stage an attack on him. Police had said Smollett filed a false police report claiming he was attacked by two men yelling racist and homophobic slurs.
Authorities say Smollett wrote a $3,500 check to the brothers for the attack, disguised as a payment for a workout and nutrition plan.
Smollett has denied any wrongdoing.
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