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University Drop Out Has Earned £2 Million And Once Pretended To Be A Giant

Daisy Phillipson

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University Drop Out Has Earned £2 Million And Once Pretended To Be A Giant

Featured Image Credit: Kaya Corbridge

It seems numerous people are making bank on OnlyFans these days, and joining their ranks is Kaya Corbridge.

The 25-year-old from Lancashire is making so much money on the adult content subscription service that she dropped out of her degree in international relations at Leeds Beckett University.

Credit: Kaya Corbridge
Credit: Kaya Corbridge

Having joined OnlyFans back in 2017, Kaya’s received all kinds of requests over the years, and she’s more than willing to cater to a lot of them - and has even once been asked to pretend to be a giant. 

She told Leeds Live: "I've had people asking me to shave my hair off, I've had invites to people's weddings which is a bit strange. These people have never met me.

"There are food fetishes, where people want me to pour beans on myself, there's a giant fetish where people want me to pretend that I'm a giant and I'm squashing them.”

Describing how this works, she explained: “I use the camera angle on the floor to make me look bigger and like use a little Lego man that they pretend is them.

"It doesn't feel strange at all anymore. Nothing surprises me anymore, it's just normal for me now."

According to Leeds Live, Kaya had 18,000 subscribers as of March 2021, and earned a decent £635,147 in the year from March 2020.

Credit: Kaya Corbridge
Credit: Kaya Corbridge

And if that sounded like a tidy income, the former student’s reach has exploded since then when she joined TikTok and found new ways to draw in followers, and her subscriber count is now closer to 100,000. 

More recently, she recorded a whopping £83,000 for just one month in January 2022, and even on a quieter month she has an average income of approximately £37,000.

Kaya continued: "I've been able to travel the world, which was my lifelong dream. I've been able to help my family, put my sister through education, help my brother buy a house, help my parents if they need it.

"I've always said that I'll stop when the money stops but it doesn't stop - it just gets better. When I first started people did not know what OnlyFans was. But it was the pandemic that made things soar. Now everyone knows someone who uses it."

Credit: Kaya Corbridge
Credit: Kaya Corbridge

Kaya explained that she does want to ‘put some roots down’ now and focus on business, which includes buying a farm for her and her two dogs. 

While she has no regrets about leaving uni, she does advise anyone considering doing the same to really think it through and check out their options. 

Kaya said: "It depends on your situation. For other people, I'd say think carefully if you're wanting to earn extra money at university.

"Obviously, you're at university because you want a certain career, while I went just to go university because everyone else was.

"This is perfect for me because I get to work for myself, travel the world, do all the work from my phone. It's comfortable for me but once you do it there's no going back.

"It has worried me in the past but because of how much I've made now and the way I invest my money I've kind of set myself up for life."

Topics: OnlyFans

Daisy Phillipson
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