Milo Yiannopoulos has taken up a new gig in the wake of his tell-all book, Dangerous, being refused by publisher Simon & Schuster: advertising supplements on Info Wars. 

The right-wing provocateur and former Breitbart News tech editor dropped his $100 million lawsuit against the publisher and has now landed on Alex Jones' InfoWars.com website. Yiannopoulos, wearing a bow tie and a blazer, appears in the anchor chair of the conspiracy website as he pitches several of Alex Jones' dietary supplements and testosterone boosters.

Milo has fun with the role, repeatedly making jokes about the audience "smoking, drinking and carousing...guzzling down Jim Beam" as they watch the InfoWars livestream show. InfoWars sells a wide variety of dietary pills and other products that claim to improve daily health.

“I’m very careful about what I put inside myself,” Yiannopoulos can be heard ribbing before swallowing the milk thistle “Icuren” pill. The product claims to be a 30-day liver cleanser that improves kidney functions and serves as a full body "detox."

But Yiannopolous is not just on InfoWars selling dietary pills, he dedicated a large portion of his time reacting to the nationwide debate on gun control and attempts to pass legislation that could potentially curb future school shootings. "Teacher threatens to fail student for not protesting Trump and the NRA," reads the blaring chyron as he encourages viewers to "subscribe to the Milo Show."