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Streamer Alinity has revealed she's made as much money in two months on OnlyFans as she would in 10 years on Twitch.
Natalia 'Alinity' Mogollon is one of the biggest streamers on the platform with a whopping 1.3 million followers, and her newly created OnlyFans account also appears to be pretty popular.
Speaking to fellow Twitch streamer Mizkif, whose real name is Matthew Rinaudo, Alinity refused to share just how much she makes on either platform, but did admit she was making a lot more on OnlyFans than she does on Twitch.
Mizkif asked which platform brought the most cash in for the streamer, to which Alinity revealed she makes a lot more on OnlyFans.
She said: "I'm going to give you an idea - I don't want to say how much I make in one place or another - in two months, I've made what I would have made in 10 years on Twitch."
Mizkif responded much like most of us would upon hearing that news, saying: "Jesus Christ. Oh my f****** God. Damn Alinity.
"Two months of taking pictures and videos, you've made in what - 10 years - playing Apex Legends?"
Seemingly keen to get in on the action, Mizkif then asked if OnlyFans was a decent place for blokes to make some cash, to which she replied: "There is a market for anything."
But if you think OnlyFans is an easy option to rake in some quick cash, then you'd be wrong, at least according to one model who uses the platform and says it's 'hard work' to be a success.
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 told 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."
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