Iggy Azalea Slams Claims Of Her OnlyFans Earnings
Iggy Azalea Releases Fact-Checking Reports About Her Earnings On OnlyFans!
The platform, a subscription website that allows creators to monetize their work, has grown in popularity among celebrities and influencers in recent years. The Australian-born rapper recently made headlines when reports surfaced that he made a significant amount of money on the first day of his account and decided to come forward to address the rumours.
Iggy Azalea reacts to news about her earnings only with her fans
The songwriter, who recently joined the platform, is already publicly valued for his reported earnings. Like many artists before her who have looked for other ways to monetize their content, the public forum is just the latest addition to the list, and it’s clear that Azalea has found a way to make it work for her.
However, it is important to note that the reported amounts of the model’s earnings are not from a real source, as she tweeted the news herself. The “Fancy” rapper wrote:
“Love. I don’t share what I do on OF, nor what I earn from selling my music catalog. The amounts reported are not from valid sources. Thank you to everyone who supports me 🙇♀️🔥I’m crazy excited to where things are going! Hot summer on the way!”
Users responded with support for his statement, with one fan commenting, “Good for you. It’s nobody’s business but yours truly – while another firmly backed it up: “We’ve got your back Queen!”
In another postanswered a doorknob, quoting the wrong numbers writing, “Lol now you’re just saying sh*t because that number came out of thin air.” The rapper’s loyalists thanked her for speaking out with comments like: “Thank you mom for speaking out about these scams😭🙏🏾”
Others decided to add fuel to the fire by suggesting the amount was in the six figures rather than just the thousands, like this person who wrote: “I knew it was a lot more than that, probably in the Millions.”
It’s clear that regardless of the amount, Azalea’s popularity and influence will ensure she’ll make big money out of the opportunity. Formerly The Blast shared that she showed off her curves in sexy green lingerie with ‘OnlyFans’ graffiti above her head.
So far, the new venture has been promised to focus on Azalea’s non-rap talents. Daily Mail announced that the 32-year-old player’s contract is only for one year. They also revealed that the content will include “illustration, poetry, photographs, videos and music, including his fourth album.”
The platform would also feature other content creators to make it look like Madonna’s ’90s ‘Sex’ coffee table book. The mother of one boasted about the new creation, noting:
“I’ve been working on Hotter Than Hell for 6 months now and I’m filled with excitement and nervous anticipation to reveal layer after layer to the world.”
The “Wicked Lips” rapper admitted that he never knew he could be really creative on OnlyFans, so he never even considered collaborating with them on his biggest project. But after looking beyond the public chatter about what an account meant, he realized it was “the perfect platform to launch a multimedia concept.”
The “Black Widow” rapper has made a million dollar deal selling music catalogs
Selling music catalogs has become a popular trend among musicians in recent years. Many musicians have found that selling the rights to their music can be a more profitable venture than continuing to release new music.
The explosion reported that Azalea has decided to take a major step in her career, selling the release and master recording of her eight-figure work. His biggest hits, which he sold to Domain Capital, include ‘Fancy (feat. Charli XCX), ‘Black Widow (feat. Rita Ora)’ and ‘Problem (feat. Ariana Grande)’.
The deal brokered by his lawyer, Peter Paterno, and his manager, Reece Pearson, gave him security – he could earn more from master recordings in the future. The multi-award winning artist’s extensive discography includes Surviving the Summer (EP), The New Classic, In My Defense and The End of an Era.