Cardi B Launches OnlyFans Account

  /  08.12.2020

Cardi B is serving up some exclusive content for her fans.

The rapper has officially launched her OnlyFans account. For a $4.99 monthly fee, fans who subscribe to the social network will get access to behind-the-scenes content from her ELLE cover shoot as well as her “WAP” music video with Megan Thee Stallion.

While announcing the news, Cardi referenced her “WAP” co-star Rubi Rose, who earned $100,000 on OnlyFans in two days by posting photos she had already shared on Instagram. “Might get rich on onlyfans like my young girl rubi,” she tweeted.

But don’t expect to see any NSFW content from the rapper. “I wanna know what my fans would like to see there,” she said. “We will be talking about personal stuff. No, I’m not gonna be showing my titties, or my pussy, or my ass. None of that stuff. Just straight up real-life content shit. You guys be mad nosey when it comes to my life.”

Through OnlyFans, Cardi plans to share “behind the scenes content, address ongoing rumors, share glimpses into her personal life, connect closer with her fans, and much more.” She is the biggest name to join the platform to date, according to The Verge.

She was originally charging the default $10 monthly subscription fee, but decided to lower the cost to $4.99 to make it more affordable for her fans.

Launched in 2016, OnlyFans has grown in popularity due to its adult-oriented content, posted largely by sex workers. Beyoncé even shouted out the monetized subscription platform on her remix to Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage.”


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