Iggy Azalea claims she is making 'so much money' from her OnlyFans
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Iggy Azalea has opened up about her journey on OnlyFans, saying that she is making 'so much money' from the adult website.
The Aussie rapper only joined the platform last month with a yearlong multimedia project, which includes new music.
While OnlyFans is predominately known for its explicit content, the platform can be used by any type of content creator.
Azalea launched the 'Hotter Than Hell X OnlyFans' collaboration in January, which will include parts of her fourth studio album.
Taking to Instagram at the time of launch, the singer added that the project would also include "photographs, visual art collabs, videos, merch, and all kinds of aesthetically pleasing, hot as hell things."
To subscribe to Azalea's OnlyFans it'll cost you $25 (£20) a month, which will get you a series of uncensored photos, videos and illustrations.
And it appears that these subscriptions are selling like hotcakes, at least according to Azalea herself.
Speaking on the HighLow with EmRata podcast, hosted by model Emily Ratajkowski, Azalea got onto the topic of her OnlyFans venture and how much she makes from it.
"I’m making so much money that I won’t even say how much it is," Azalea said.
Alongside the standard month subscription, Azalea also offers a three-month and six-month option, plus a full year subscription at a discounted rate.
On the podcast, Azalea was also asked about nudity on OnlyFans, she said: "I don’t show vagina, but there is boobs and there is butt and I am naked."
The rapper added: "It was scary when I sat on OnlyFans.
"I’m someone who shows my breasts or my nudity, I don’t really have a problem with being overtly sexual when I’m in control of it and when I feel it has artistic merit.
"Every platform is so censored, so it makes sense to use this platform."
Following on from how much she makes on OnlyFans, Azalea explained how she doesn't feel she needs to apologise for making money off her 'own body'.
"I made record labels so much money off my body. I made a lot of people so much money off my body," the rapper told Ratajkowski.
"I got the smallest cut off my own f****** body and my own work and my own ideas.
"I don’t think I have to say sorry about the fact that I want to commodify my own s***."