Iggy Azalea has backtracked on her pledge to by no means be a part of OnlyFans. The Australian rapper has launched her personal OnlyFans account, however not for the rationale you would possibly assume.
Iggy’s official OnlyFans account is a part of the artist’s new Hotter Than Hell mission, which is able to embrace varied types of unique content material and media, in line with a press launch.
Nonetheless, Iggy wasn’t at all times so keen to hitch the platform well-known for its NSFW content material.
In 2021, the “Black Widow” rapper claimed on Twitter that she would “by no means, ever” be a part of the platform.
“I feel OnlyFans may be actually empowering for folks, however I WILL NEVER, EVVVER be a part of. I do not need to make that kind of content material & it solely f— up the bag for ppl on there who actually bout that life. Shout out to the baddies tho!!!!” Iggy tweeted on the time, in line with Insider.
The tweet has since been deleted from Iggy’s Twitter account.
In one other since-deleted tweet, Iggy took the time to advertise some OnlyFans content material creators. “Let’s begin a promo chain for y’all on my web page whereas we’re on the topic. the place the unhealthy b—hes at?” she tweeted.
Iggy’s new collaborative mission, Hotter Than Hell x OnlyFans, will characteristic poetry, images, movies, illustrations and, in fact, music, together with sneak peeks at her upcoming fourth studio album.
“I’ve been engaged on Hotter Than Hell for over six months already, and I’m full of pleasure and nervous anticipation to start revealing it to the world, layer by layer. Admittedly, I by no means knew OnlyFans was a spot the place I could possibly be inventive, so I didn’t anticipate to be collaborating with them on my largest mission so far,” Iggy stated in a press launch concerning the new mission.
“As soon as I seemed past the floor degree chatter about what it means to have an OnlyFans, I noticed it was the right platform to launch a multimedia idea on. I really feel enthusiastic about not having to fret concerning the overwhelming and creatively limiting censorship artists should navigate when sharing work on different digital platforms. The mission is daring and enjoyable — so is that this collaboration — I feel it’s going to shock lots of people,” she continued.
Entry to Iggy Azalea’s OnlyFans mission will price subscribers $25 per thirty days. The mission concludes in December 2023.
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