08/16/2020 09:46 AM
Cardi B wants to be more honest with her fans and that’s why the rapper has bought a OnlyFans.com account.
The 27-year-old rapper, like many other celebrities, is also cautious when it comes to what details of her professional and private life she shares with her fans and followers.
Because of Corona
Now, however, she has set herself the goal of making communication more transparent – especially during the many times spent at home due to Corona.
For this purpose, she has opened an OnlyFans account in order to be in even more direct contact with her followers. Whether this is just a pretext or actually the reason, only Cardi B himself knows.
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She wants to talk to her fans
In an interview with the “i-D” magazine, she now revealed: “I opened an OnlyFans account because people are stuck even more at home, but also because I wanted to be on an app where I can only and specifically talk to my fans.”
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You want close contact
There are certain times when she just wants to get in touch with her fans. She also wants to establish a more direct connection to her followers, who are most important to her as recipients:
“I don’t want to go live on Instagram or speak my mind on social media because the media always twists that. There are certain things that only my fans should see.”
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Cardi B (@iamcardib) on Jun 8, 2020 at 10:11 am PDT
What is OnlyFans?
More and more people are using the OnlyFans app, including stars and starlets. Exclusive content can only be viewed through a fee. Many celebrities use the platform for sexy pictures and erotic videos that are too revealing for Instagram.
By the way, the amount of the fee can vary. If you want exclusive access to Cardi B’s area, then you have to pay around 5 dollars a month.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Cardi B (@iamcardib) on May 25, 2020 at 7:21 am PDT