Neymar Jr. And Nick Bosa go topless to promote Kim Kardashian’s new men’s undergarments line

Neymar has been captured in an ad video for Kim Kardashian's SKIMS

Neymar Jr. And Nick Bosa go topless to promote Kim Kardashian’s new men’s undergarments line

(L-R) Neymar Jr., Kim Kardashian, Nick Bosa (Source: SKIMS/NFL)

American celebrity Kim Kardashian has ventured into a new field to make money as she ropes footballer Neymar Jr. and American Football player Nick Bosa to endorse her undergarments line for men. The new brand is called SKIMS, which resembles Kardashian’s name.

After building successful businesses for nude skin bras, undergarments, beauty products, and bodysuits for women, the so-called entrepreneur has now ventured into the new men’s line. SKIMS will produce men’s briefs, boxers, t-shirts, tank tops, and undergarments.

In the video, Neymar removes his clothes while flaunting his new SKIMS undergarments. Fans reacted quickly as the video seemed to have been recorded a while back. This comes after his recent dangerous injury in the Saudi Pro League, where he injured his knee.

The 31-year-old has struggled since he joined Al-Hilal and left the pitch in tears as he was in unbearable pain. He was then seen in crutches as he tried to walk. Neymar has increased his endorsement portfolio with SKIMS, adding to his worth as a celebrity.

Neymar set for surgery after horrific injury

Brazilian football superstar Neymar Jr. is set to undergo surgery after sustaining a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus in his left knee during a World Cup qualifier against Uruguay. The injury is expected to keep the 31-year-old forward sidelined for several months. The incident occurred when Neymar was in a brawl with Uruguay’s Nicolas de la Cruz in the 44th minute of Brazil’s 2-0 defeat.

Injured Neymar Jr
Injured Neymar Jr (Source: SPL)

After the injury, Neymar left the field in tears on a stretcher, and an MRI scan confirmed the extent of the damage. Neymar, who recently overtook Pele as Brazil’s all-time leading goal scorer, expressed his frustration at being sidelined again soon after recovering from an ankle operation earlier this year. This injury will be a significant setback for Neymar.

In August, he joined the Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal, who paid a reported 90 million euros for his services. The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) announced that Neymar would undergo surgery later and emphasized the importance of his recovery for both Brazilian and world football. The CBF’s medical department and Al-Hilal are in constant contact to support the player’s recovery.

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