The rapper is charging fans a $4.99 (£3.81) monthly subscription in return for access to exclusive content, and while many people use the platform to share pornographic materials, Cardi has insisted she will not be posting nudes.
That said, she has promised behind-the-scenes pics and footage from her new 'WAP' music video, which in itself you could argue is quite pornographic. You certainly wouldn't want to watch it with your gran, put it that way.
In a video posted on Instagram, the 27-year-old asked her followers what they'd like to see on her OnlyFans.
She said: "I'm doing this video to let you guys know that now you can subscribe to my OnlyFans and on my OnlyFans I will be putting the BTS of the 'WAP' music video. Not only the day of that video but also like the whole process, days before, me trying to rehearse, me trying to do a f*cking split on a f*cking chair when I haven't done a stretch in like f*cking almost a year.
"You know, I wanna know what my fans would like to see there, what type of content you would like to see there. We gonna be sharing personal stuff there.
"No I'm not going to be showing my t*tties, or my p*ssy or my ass. Not of that stuff, just straight up real life content sh*t."
Cardi - real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar - caused quite a stir last Friday when she dropped the video for 'WAP' - for reasons that will become clear if you watch it. If you don't want to, then I'll just tell you that WAP stands for 'wet a**p*ssy', and you can probably figure out what the video is like.
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