Cardi B announced Tuesday (Aug. 11) that she joined the hot content subscription service OnlyFans, but she’s not the only musician on there connecting to her fans.
Billboard compiled a list of musicians OnlyFans confirmed to us are using their website.
For fans wanting to check out behind-the-scenes footage of her “WAP” clip with Megan Thee Stallion, they’ll need to pay $4.99 a month to access the Invasion of Privacy rapper’s page because that’s where they’ll find it. And for those thinking she’ll be posting any X-rated adult content, think again. “NO I WONT BE SHOWING P—Y , TITTIES AND A– .LINK IN BIO…It will be a place for only me and my fans,” the artist confirmed on Instagram.
The Rae Sremmurd member joined the site back in June only to promote his latest single “Reality Check,” according to his only OnlyFans post. Unlike most accounts that profit off of subscription fees, fans can access his for free. But the 27-year-old rapper-singer has been debating starting an OnlyFans account since March, according to his Twitter.
The “Aquí Yo Mando” rapper has also been using the platform, which costs $6 a month to access, to promote her solo music following her latest Kali Uchis collaboration. According to Reddit’s r/popheads thread, she announced the release of her “iPhone” music video Tuesday night (Aug. 11). The visual will officially drop Thursday, Aug. 13.
The-Dream created a “digital listening experience” on his free account back in April in promotion of his latest Sextape 4 album. But his marketing technique fits the profile of OnlyFans’ prominent users, mainly in the adult entertainment industry, very well. The R&B veteran features and tags dancers from the site to dance to his latest slew of sensual bedroom tunes, including Kayla Marie dancing to “Wee Hours” for the first video, according to Billboard‘s exclusive from April 21.
The ATL rapper, who made a cameo on Cardi and Megan’s “WAP” music video, is quite a wealthy member of OnlyFans. Newsweek reported last month that the rapper made $100,000 just off of two photos she had previously posted on Instagram, which has elevated her to the top 0.32% of OnlyFans creators. Rose later tweeted in defense of her usage of the platform, which has become “saturated with sex workers who are unable to work turning to OnlyFans for a source of income,” according to the report.
“Only fans isn’t just for porn and sex sh–,” she clarified. “That’s what y’all made it out to be. Just like how ppl thought Snapchat was for sending ‘nudes.’ You can post whatever exclusive content you want for your fans to see.” She currently charges $14.99 for monthly subscriptions.
Only fans isn’t just for porn and sex shit. That’s what y’all made it out to be. Just like how ppl thought Snapchat was for sending “nudes”. You can post whatever exclusive content you want for your fans to see.
— Rubi Rose (@RubixxRose) July 21, 2020
Safaree Samuels and Erica Mena
The Love & Hip-Hop couple redefined the term PDA with their OnlyFans activity. The rapper joined his wife on the platform in April, according to his shirtless Instagram announcement, as the two turned their accounts into personal yet public romantic spaces.
“Be a fly on our wall,” Mensa tweeted on July 22, along with a sensual red-hued clip of her and Safaree. “My husband joins me on my Only Fans.” She charges $35 a month to access her account, while Safaree charges $24.99 a month.
— Erica Mena (@iamErica_Mena) July 21, 2020
The rapper also wanted to collect some cash on the site after being inspired by women purchasing their “dream houses” from their OnlyFans profits, according to Insider. Since joining in April, the New York native has cut his monthly subscription cost in half from $50 to $25.