Belle Delphine earned a staggering $1.2million (£872k) from her OnlyFans account – in just one month.
Following her controversial stints on social media – including the moment she sold her own bath water – the 21-year-old turned her attention to the OnlyFans world last June.
The subscription-based service is popular with adult entertainers, but a number of celebrities have been flocking to share their content on the platform recently.
And it seems like it was the best move for the YouTube star, as she announced she had raked in more than $1million just in November alone.
Not too shabby.
Insider claims to have seen her earnings for the month, sharing the huge number on the site.
Chatting to the publication about her success, Belle explained there was a lot more to it – giving others a stark warning if they were thinking of a similar career path.
She said: ‘People can see me and see my numbers and think, “Oh, she’s doing really well so that means I can do really well.”
‘For every one successful girl you see, there are thousands of other girls working really hard and not earning anything.’
A string of famous faces have popped up on OnlyFans recently, with the platform becoming a useful promotional platform.
Bella Thorne controversially made her debut last year, and earned $2million (£1.4m) in her first week alone.
Most recently, Fat Joe and DJ Khaled announced they had set up a joint account – in a bid to bring ‘the light’ to our lives.
Taking to Instagram, DJ Khaled blessed us all with a video of the pair battling it out on the basketball court, with the caption: ‘@fatjoe and I are officially bringing THE LIGHT to @onlyfans.
‘I told @fatjoe we need a legendary rematch. who you got?
‘DJ KHALED OR FAT JOE IF I WERE YOU PUT YOUR MONEY ON ME REMEMBER ALL I DO IS WIN!’
Their official profile – which is available for $20 (£14) a month – reads: ‘Welcome to the LIGHT – the page for fans to get exclusive motivational and inspirational content, where we will be guiding fans to “the light” while sharing uplifting insights and behind-the-scenes of our personal lives.’
Credit: Original article published here.