Iggy Azalea’s obscene OnlyFans content is leaked online as images and videos of the rapper twerking and going topless abound. This could cost the singer millions of dollars in lost revenue.
Iggy Azalea surprised her followers last week by joining the raunchy subscription service OnlyFans.
The Australian rapper is thought to have earned more than $1 million on the platform thus far, but her X-rated earnings are now in jeopardy due to unlawful leaks.
While customers must pay $25 to gain access to the 32-year-account, old’s photographs and videos of the Fancy hitmaker topless and twerking have now swamped social media platforms such as Twitter and Reddit.
Fans can now offer ‘tips’ to Iggy or pay to exchange private chats with the star at any time.
Celebrities are among the highest-earning users on OnlyFans, with Dr. Phil star Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Bhabie, earning $50 million in her first year on the platform.
Amouranth, a Twitch streamer, earns over $1.5 million per month from her account, and former WWE wrestler Mandy Rose recently earned $500,000 in just one week on OnlyFans rival FanTime.
Iggy revealed last week that she will be joining OnlyFans for a year-long collaboration that will include anything from Playboy-esque pictures to music and poetry.
‘Admittedly, I had no idea OnlyFans was a place where I could be creative, thus I had no idea I’d be cooperating with them on my largest project to date!’ she added in a statement.
‘Once I got past the surface-level chit-chat about what it means to be an OnlyFan, I realized it was the ideal platform to launch a multimedia concept on,’ she stated.
I’m pleased to no longer have to worry about the overwhelming and creatively restricting censorship that artists face when sharing work on other internet platforms. The concept is daring and enjoyable, as is our cooperation, and I believe it will surprise many people.’
Iggy said that her page is ‘unapologetically hot’ and was heavily influenced by Pamela Anderson and Madonna’s infamous Sex book from the 1990s.
Sally Walker, the rapper’s most recent song on the American Billboard charts, peaked at No. 62 and was certified gold.
Her previous two albums, End of an Era and the EP Wicked Lips, both failed to chart in Australia and the United States.