RUDY Giuliani is offering his services to Cameo for $199 a message.
The former New York City mayor tweeted a link to his page on the site on Tuesday amid his growing legal fees.
He wrote: "Good news: I want to connect with YOU on Cameo — Now taking all Cameo requests!"
Giuliani was suspended from practicing law in New York in June after a court found he made false statements while trying to get courts to overturn Donald Trump’s loss in the presidential race.
Vote-counting machine maker Dominion Voting Systems also filed a defamation lawsuit against him earlier in the year over his election fraud claims.
And Giuliani is now is cashing in by charging "fans" for shoutout videos on the site Cameo.
Trump's former personal attorney has two five star reviews with one fan noting: "Mr. Giuliani. Thank you so much!!! That was perfect, you answered my questions thoroughly, and also inspired me along the way.
"You are truly an a american icon, and thank you for all of your great service to this country. Again, thank you for the great experience with your cameo message for me. God bless!!!!"
Giuliani's appearance on Cameo came after an attorney disciplinary committee in New York had asked the court to suspend Giuliani’s license.
That was on the grounds that he’d violated professional conduct rules as he promoted theories that the election was stolen through fraud.
Washington DC soon followed, suspending him from practicing law in the nation’s capital.
Trump called the suspension a politically motivated “witch hunt,” while Giuliani said it was a “disgrace” on his afternoon radio show.
He is also under scrutiny by federal prosecutors over his interactions with Ukrainian figures while he was trying to get that country to launch an investigation of Joe Biden’s son.
The Feds raided his home and office in April, taking electronic devices including phones and computers.
Investigators are looking into where Giuliani was required to register as a foreign agent in the U.S.
Giuliani has said he is innocent of any wrongdoing and that the investigations are politically motivated.
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