Infamous Gay, Black OnlyFans Couple Shoot White Man Dead In His Own Home

Georgia – Another senseless act of anti-White barbarity has rocked America, this time in the form of 29-year-old Dakota Ryan Bradshaw, a White man who was allegedly gunned down in his own home by a pair of gay, Black OnlyFans stars.

The suspected shooters, Black 23-year-olds Kavon Collier, and Eric Dodds were known for commanding a large fanbase on the popular social media platform TikTok and the digital prostitution app, Onlyfans. The two married men have since been charged with murder for the senseless crime.

Photo courtesy from @eandjgang TikTok Channel

Police raided the home of Collier on August 10th, and after allegedly fleeing police, he was ultimately arrested. Collier is now locked up in Walker County Jail, awaiting trial. Collier’s husband, Dodds, was arrested almost a week later, on August 16th, for his alleged connection to the crime. He now sits in Limestone County Jail in Alabama. While free, Dodds attempted to set up a GoFundMe to collect donations to help pay Collier’s legal fees.

Posting to their joint TikTok page on the day of his arrest, Dodds said: “Y’all are concerned about John[tae], [and have asked] is he okay, has he harmed someone, has he [done] anything to someone.

Bradshaw, who was shot to death inside his own home on August 1st, was taken to nearby Erlanger Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. At the time of the murder, Bradshaw looked out from behind an interior window.

Bradshaw (left) with an unidentified female.

Witnesses claim they saw a red van and a blue Dodge Challenger at the crime scene, purportedly driven by the shooters. However, the vehicles shortly sped away after gunshots were heard near the home, and a young black male was seen getting inside one of the vehicles.

Prior to their arrest, the suspected Black, homosexual killers had gathered just shy of a million followers on their TikTok page. They had become a sensation with the LGTBQ+ community for posting gay lifestyle tips, relationship updates, and vlogs to the sound of hip-hop beats, all of which painted their degenerate lifestyle positively. Regular updates to their social media accounts appear to have stopped entirely after the gruesome crime went public.

The Justice Report has reached out to the law enforcement agencies involved for an official statement, but no response has yet been made.

Bradshaw is survived by his parents, Charles Bradshaw and Tracy Bankston; brother John Bradshaw; nephew Hunter Bradshaw; and grandparents James and Sandra Erickson Bradshaw. He was an employee at the local Walmart and was beloved by his family and friends.

“The boys and I are going to miss you so much uncle Bradshaw. I hate this for you. My mommy heart hates this so much for the boys. Orion just doesn’t understand why you haven’t picked him up for breakfast yet. He knows you’re in Heaven. We love you. And will forever cherish your memory.”

Natalie Holderman – August 12th at 12:32 PM
Photo of Bradshaw courtesy of Facebook

Georgia has long been considered a hotbed of out-of-control Black violence. As recently as 2021, lawmakers considered allowing private citizens to write checks directly to local police departments to keep them funded through the crisis. Citizens would then expect a tax credit for their contributions.

Homosexual blacks have recently made headline news for their prolific contribution to the state’s soaring monkeypox epidemic. According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, 98% of the state’s reported cases of the sexually transmitted disease are among men, 79% of which are Black. The disease is potent and is often spread “by respiratory secretions during prolonged, face-to-face contact, or during intimate physical contact, such as kissing, cuddling or sex.”

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