Cardi B posted and deleted an announcement letting the world know that she’ll be joining the ranks of celebs with OnlyFans pages, but not in the way you’re thinking.
It’s no secret that the 27-year-old “Bodak Yellow” rapper isn’t ashamed of her stripper past and proudly flaunts her tattooed and curvy body all over the World Wide Web. Since the original content creation platform is widely known for adult material, it wouldn’t be completely out of left field to assume she and hubby Offset were expanding into new territory, however, that’s not the case.
“I’m doing a partnership with only fans,” the “Press” rapper shared in a since-deleted tweet. “Everytime some1 start a rumor I will be addressing it there …..what else should I post besides rumors and behind the scenes ? Maybe a video of me cleaning my home with my nails ?”
Although she didn’t give any additional information than what was tweeted, it was enough to get fans buzzing about what a non-sexual Cardi B OnlyFans page would look like. Others just want the link already.
“Cardi B bout to have an onlyfans,” joked a fan. “she bout to show y’all how to clean with long nails & clapbacks.”
“That onlyfans up yet?” asked a second impatient follower.
The platform, launched in 2016, was originally marketed as a way for social media influencers and content creators to monetize their original content. The site is currently more widely known for being an X-rated subscription service where everyday people and celebrities alike can show off their goods to viewers who pay a fee to subscribe to their content.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, a growing number of reality stars and recognizable names have started their own OnlyFans pages to create an additional stream of revenue. Some of them include Blacc Chyna, Erica Mena and Safaree Samuels, The Dream, “Black Ink” star Ryan Henry, Alexis Skyy and Evelyn Lozada, all stepping into the OnlyFans arena to make some extra coin.
The day before sharing the OnlyFans tweet, Cardi teased an announcement while wearing black lingerie in an Instagram video on Aug. 2. Fans wondered whether the platform partnership was her news to which she quickly clarified, “No.”
Her big reveal definitely did not disappoint, however. She’ll be dropping a new single with The Hot Girl herself, Megan Thee Stallion, titled “WAP” on Friday, Aug. 7. The song will be Megan’s first since her July 12 shooting incident, and fans can’t wait to hear the two hit makers team-up.
Megan recently spoke out on camera for the first time since the assault and came down on everyone who made light of the traumatic situation. “It was super scary, was the worst experience of my life, and it’s not funny,” she said during an Instagram Live video. “There was nothing to joke about. It was nothing for y’all to start going and making up fake stories about.”