OnlyFans continues to rise in popularity, thanks to the longer times we spend at home or alone due to the pandemic. But bigger thanks to the popular people who have found a new way to make their fans happy through exclusive content.
In this article, we list down the most popular celebrities you probably didn’t know were on OnlyFans.
Rapper Cardi recently confirmed that she had struck a partnership with OnlyFans to bring fans exclusive content. The partnership also marks the celebration of the release of her new song, WAP.
If you want to subscribe, you’ll have to pay $4.99 per month to see Cardi B as she will “address ongoing rumors” and get “glimpses into her personal life.”
Although Cardi said there would be no adult content or x-rated images on her channel, she would release behind-the-scene contents.
Tana Mongeau, for those who don’t know her, is a YouTuber with more than 5 million subscribers on the platform. Recently, though, Mongeau turned down a $2-million brand deal and got herself demonetized on YouTube.
Now, she’s on OnlyFans. She announced the news back in May via a now-deleted Instagram post. She has been active on the platform, often collaborating with friends Ashly Schwan and Imari Stuart.
Mongeau also promises “uncensored” content for paying subscribers every time she uploads something new.
Others use Follower to rake in fans (it’s effective), but Mongeau’s star power will probably be enough to do that.
Sonja Morgan and Dorinda Medley
Sonja Morgan, one of the original members of Real Housewives of New York, joined OnlyFans in July, announcing the move via her Twitter account.
Morgan follows her fellow RHNW star Dorinda Medley’s decision to also launch an OnlyFans page back in January.
Both Morgan and Medley offer their pages for a $4.99 subscription fee every month. Both actresses offer “exclusive content” described as “more personal than sexual.”
Model Blac Chyna has also joined OnlyFans. Chyna is popular for modeling, her makeup products, and TV appearances.
The announcement came in April in the form of a closeup video preview of Chyna’s foot, while she was stomping on a bowl of grapes. As of August 2020, the video has gotten more than 1.1 million views.
Earlier in August, Chyna also made headlines after she started offering fans a chance to chat with her via FaceTime. The fee? A whopping $950 per call.
Grammy award-winning rapper The-Dream has a rather non-traditional use of OnlyFans: promoting his latest album, “Sextape 4.”
Last April, reports revealed that the rapper planned to create a free OnlyFans page where fans can stream the album. They can also watch performances of OnlyFans models dancing to the sound of his newest tracks.
The-Dream has also encouraged fans to send their videos dancing to the songs in “Sextape 4.”
Bella Thorne quite literally broke OnlyFans after she announced she was joining OnlyFans. She posted the announcement via Instagram, and, within an hour, OnlyFans servers crashed.
Reports suggested that Thorne could earn as much as $1 million per month from fans who were willing to pay $20 per month for her content. They could also pay $60 for a “subscription bundle” that would last for three months.
But not everyone was a fan of Thorne’s decision: sex workers also recently took issue with the former Disney star’s move. Also, Thorne has had to deal with controversies and allegations about her bundled content offers.
Other Popular People on OnlyFans
There are many other celebrities, influencers, and popular people on OnlyFans. Here are more of them:
- Swae Lee (rapper)
- Jem Wolfie (Instagram model/influencer)
- Safaree Samuels and Erica Mena (Love & HipHop stars)
And who knows who else? With the growing popularity of OnlyFans, it’s probably not too far-fetched to expect more popular names putting channels and offering exclusive content to their loyal fans.