Teen rapper Bhad Bhabie – also known as “the catch me outside girl” – says she’s earned $1m on OnlyFans in just six hours.
The social media figure, real name Danielle Bregoli, rose to fame after an episode of the Dr. Phil show when she said “catch me outside, how about that.” Now claims there are claims she had the highest ever debut earnings after debuting on the site on Thursday, just days after she turned 18.
The rapper is charging $23.99 a month to receive access to videos and photos on her OnlyFan page. Subscribers will also have the opportunity to directly “message with the user.”
Creators on the platform receive 80 per cent of the revenue on their earnings, including paid messages, tips, and subscriptions.
On Thursday night, she took to her Instagram to include a picture that apparently breaks down the amount of compensation she received from OnlyFans.
When the news broke, people were naturally shocked by the information.
kind of disturbing that bhad babie joined only fans the day she turned 18 and made a million dollars .......— K (@K) 1617333469
Indy100 reached out to representatives for OnlyFans for comment.
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In August 2020, model, actress, and influencer Bella Thorne brought in almost $1m in her first 24 hours of being on the platform.
OnlyFans later reduced the maximum limit that creators can charge for exclusive content from $200 to $50 due to Thorne charging $200 for three non-explicit pictures.
There was some backlash among sex workers who use OnlyFans as a significant source of income, over fears that celebrities were muscling in on their market.
Thorne did end up apologizing to the sex worker community and even noted that she’d be working with only fans to fix the situation.
Celebrities and influencers such as Cardi B, Blac Chyna, Tana Mongeau, and Jordan Woods, and many others have all created pages on OnlyFans.
OnlyFans was launched in 2016 as a way for influencers to monetize the content they want to put out directly. And the UK-based website soon started to garner attention for X-rated material.
Moreover, in 2017, Bhad Bhabie (who is signed to Atlantic Records) became the youngest rapper to ever make The Billboard Hot 100 with her debut single “These Heaux.” Her single “Hi Bich” has been certified platinum
She’s also the youngest rapper in the past decade to go platinum with her 2018 track “Gucci Flip Flops.”
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