Liz Cambage excludes herself from the World Cup because she trades her teammates for a career on OnlyFans

Basketball superstar Liz Cambage’s Australian career could be over after she ruled herself out of the World Cup and traded her team for OnlyFans.

The 30-year-old 203cm athlete insisted that selectors not leave her out of the 24 women’s team to be announced Monday.

Cambage instead claims that she was the one who decided to stay out of the tournament and was not dropped by Basketball Australia.

To make her point, she responded to a tweet from a sports journalist who called her omission from the Opals a “big call” from selectors.

‘Overlooked and what left out? that “bigcall” was my call, buddy,” she tweeted.

Australian basketball superstar Liz Cambage (pictured) has revealed how she pushed herself out of the World Cup and traded her team for a skyrocketing career on OnlyFans

Cambage took to social media to set the record straight by responding to a tweet from a sports journalist calling her omission from the Opals a 'big call' (pictured)

Cambage took to social media to set the record straight by responding to a tweet from a sports journalist calling her omission from the Opals a ‘big call’ (pictured)

The star center also took to Instagram to deny claims she was being overlooked and posted a photo with an excerpt from an email from Basketball Australia.

“We will respectfully contact you to determine whether or not you wish to be considered a team member for the 2022 World Cup,” the email read.

“If you are not interested in that journey and the commitment required by all squadron members, BA would appreciate it if you advise us accordingly.”

Cambage posted the clip along with her own message: ‘Do you ever get tired of lying to my name? MY interest was and still is ZERO’.

The star’s rejection of the chance to play in the 2022 World Cup – which kicks off in Sydney in September – could mean she has played her last game for the Opals.

The star center also took to Instagram to refute claims she had been overlooked, posting a photo with an excerpt from an email from Basketball Australia (pictured)

The star center also took to Instagram to refute claims she had been overlooked, posting a photo with an excerpt from an email from Basketball Australia (pictured)

Cambage recently launched a career on OnlyFans, an online subscription service best known for providing adult entertainment

Cambage recently launched a career on OnlyFans, an online subscription service best known for providing adult entertainment

The 30-year-old previously represented Australia at two Olympic Games and is a four-time WNBA All-Star.

Cambage recently launched a career on OnlyFans, an online subscription service best known for offering adult content.

She teased a platform career in April with her social media followers, but has finally tied the knot by regularly posting lingerie and bikini photos to Instagram.

Last month, the basketball star said she was “afraid” of making the switch to OnlyFans but was tempted by the “crazy” money she could make.

“Every other girl is on OnlyFans right now, all influencers, so I thought just do it,” she said. “I was so scared to actually do it.

“But my friends and family pressured me and said, don’t worry about what anyone says — people will either love you or hate you, no matter what.”

Cambage (pictured) recently launched a career on OnlyFans, an online subscription service best known for providing adult entertainment

Cambage (pictured) recently launched a career on OnlyFans, an online subscription service best known for providing adult entertainment

The star performer also teamed up with singer Rhianna by unleashing a storm in numerous pieces from her ‘Savage X Fenty’ lingerie line.

Cambage was reprimanded by BA last month after an investigation into a physical and verbal altercation she had with Nigerian players during a warm-up match for the Tokyo Olympics.

An integrity panel found she had engaged in “prohibited conduct” on one charge, but dismissed three others.

The star escaped a fine or suspension, with the low penalty making her available for World Cup roster.

Cambage withdrew from the Australian campaign in Tokyo in the days after the friendly match in Nigeria due to mental health issues, revealing she had suffered panic attacks as she would end up in the Games bubble.

When she announced her withdrawal from the Opals team in July, she wished her Opals teammates “good luck” but said she needed to take care of her mental health.

The star player (pictured) has also teamed up with singer Rhianna by setting up a storm in numerous pieces from her 'Savage X Fenty' lingerie line

The star player (pictured) has also teamed up with singer Rhianna by setting up a storm in numerous pieces from her ‘Savage X Fenty’ lingerie line

“Every athlete competing in the Olympics should be at their peak mental and physical, and I’m a long way from where I want and need to be,” the player posted on Instagram.

It’s no secret that I’ve struggled with my mental health in the past and living in a bubble without family and friends (in Tokyo) is really terrifying to me.

“Relying on daily medication to control my anxiety isn’t where I want to be right now. It breaks my heart to withdraw from the Olympics but I think it is the best decision for the Opals and myself right now.”

She initially threatened to boycott the Tokyo Olympics over an alleged lack of racial diversity in the Australian Olympic Committee’s promotional photos.

The star wrote at the time: ‘How am I supposed to represent a country that doesn’t even represent me’.

Cambage (pictured during a match between the Australian Opals and Brazil in 2012) completed the WNBA season with the Las Vegas Aces after the Tokyo Olympics

Cambage (pictured during a match between the Australian Opals and Brazil in 2012) completed the WNBA season with the Las Vegas Aces after the Tokyo Olympics

The world No. 2 Opals struggled after Cambage’s late withdrawal, losing their quarter finals in Tokyo.

Her absence from Tokyo proved crucial, with Sandy Brondello’s team reaching the quarter-finals.

Many felt that Australia would have been a real medal contender if Cambage had been on the field with the team.

Cambage closed out the WNBA season with the Las Vegas Aces after the Olympics.

In September, she tested positive for Covid-19 and went into isolation, but experienced only mild symptoms.

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