An OnlyFans model has defended the way she makes her living, claiming people underestimate the amount of work that goes into it. Watch her explain what she has to do on a daily basis here:
Rhiannon Blue, from Leeds, UK, used to work as a nanny before joining content subscription service OnlyFans two-and-a-half years ago.
Now the 24-year-old is in the top 0.2 percent of creators on the site, raking in around £21,000 ($30,000) a month.
But while she can't deny it's 'absolutely crazy, crazy money', Rhiannon finds it 'annoying' that people seem to perceive her job as a doddle.
"If you want to be in that top percent, you have to work hard," she tells LADbible.
"And it's so annoying, because like... people I'm not really, really close to, but like friends of friends, when we have this conversation are like, 'Oh, yeah, I wish I had that. It's such easy money.'
"It's annoying, because I'm gonna say now, it's not.
"All they see is the person posting a picture and then they hear that they're getting a good income."
In order to make this sort of incredibly good income, Rhiannon says you have to be on it around the clock, unlike people working a 9-5.
She says: "When people come home, have a cup of tea, put their feet up after dinner, to chill and switch off after work, that's our busiest time, because from about six o'clock to like three in the morning, that's when people have finished work. So that's when we need to make most of our money.
"Then you've got to put all your content on TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, like every day - I do twice a day on all those platforms. And that's just to build a following. So the better you build your following, the more people are seeing your links, the better your income is. That takes hours and days.
"But then you've also got to be on OnlyFans to talk to all those people, to make sure they're getting what they're paying for. Because if you just ignore them, they just block you, get a refund.
"So yeah, people think it's a doss, but if they tried to push themselves to the top percent they wouldn't be saying that."
Ever willing to go the extra mile, Rhiannon also creates custom content at the request of her subscribers, which helps to bring in extra dosh.
For example, just the other day a bloke in Australia paid her £300 ($420) to dress up like a giant and crush a load of tiny figurines. Honestly.
Rhiannon explains: "You know the tiny little figurines that kids play with, like tiny little men? You stand on them, squish them with your feet, pretend to eat them.
"I need to be fully clothed and just pretend to eat this little man, sit on one, stomp on one with my feet and they get off on it. So I mean, each to their own."
Based on Rhiannon's experiences, yes, working as an OnlyFans model can be very lucrative. Yes, working as an OnlyFans model can be very weird. But no, it's not a doss.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@rhiannonbluee
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