TikTok stars The Old Gays have teamed up with Savage X Fenty to slay in harnesses
Author: Jonny Yates
The Old Gays stun in their Savage X Fenty harnesses. (Instagram)
The Old Gays have teamed up with lingerie brand Savage X Fenty and it’s instantly iconic.
The social media stars showcased the red harness and underwear from Rihanna’s brand for a special “Valentine’s Gays” post.
The Instagram post sees the Old Gays lay by the pool wearing pieces from the men’s lingerie range, proving that age is just a number.
The items are from the Savage X Fenty men’s lingerie collection which launched this year for Valentine’s Day.
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Savage X Fenty also posted a video of the Old Gays to its official Instagram page, saying: “How tf can u *not* fall in love w/ these fellas?!”.
They add that the group “spilled the tea on what makes them Savage (or not), how they define sexy, & showin’ e’rybody that Savage got no age limit”.
In the clip they’re asked what sexy means to them, with one replying: “Sexy to me is a guy in a speedo”.
Another adds: “Sexy to me is mmmmmmmmm”.
“There’s two different ways you can look at sexy. One is how you feel, the other is what you’re looking at,” a third says. “And when they meet, that is SEX!”.
Fans of Savage X Fenty loved the clip, with one writing: “Whoever is making these ad choices at Savagexfenty is a visionary.”.
Somebody else said it was “the collab we needed” and that the brand is once again being inclusive and celebrating “every body”.
Savage X Fenty unveiled the men’s lingerie collection last month, which features a harness – also worn by Olly Alexander – and mesh underwear.
The brand is giving the gays everything they want with the inclusive range that also includes a crop top, satin boxers and pants.
To shop the Savage X Fenty collection head to the website here.
The Old Gays to star in docuseries
The Old Gays aka Robert Reeves, Mick Peterson, Bill Lyons and Jessay Martin, all in their 60s and 70s, rose to fame after appearing in a promotional video for Grindr in 2019.
Since then, their funny, wise and heart-warming content has spread to millions of followers across social platforms, including almost three million on TikTok alone.
Now, the four men have signed with Brian Graden Media (BGM) to develop an unscripted docuseries while living together in Cathedral City, California.
BGM CEO Brian Graden told Today: “Their videos resonate with audiences young and old alike and viewers have shown extreme interest in seeing their lives on a more personal level which we intend to deliver upon.”
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Author: Jonny Yates