Bella Thorne may have snagged herself over 1 million views in 60 minutes today, but the 22-year-old actress quickly proved unpopular as her own Instagram followers trashed her. The former Disney star who recently fronted media outlets for earning $1 million in 24 hours with her OnlyFans sign-up has since made headlines for cashing $2 million in a week on the adult subscription website. It got ugly very fast.
Bella, who has apologized to sex workers but remains signed up to OnlyFans, has delivered a new Instagram update. Check it out below.
Scroll for Bella’s Saturday video. It comes after the redhead joined OnlyFans on August 19, with fans correctly predicting that the site would crash – it briefly did. The “Infamous” actress wasn’t making joking headlines for long, though, finding herself under fire for her alleged role in a quick policy change from OnlyFans. $100 limits on tips were quickly implemented, rendering many of the site’s 60 million users and 750,000+ content creators feeling short-changed – as a result of Bella.
The video today showed one bikini bombshell seemingly having no problems.
Bella’s video, seen below, showed her glamorously posing and flaunting her killer curves in a tiny white bikini held together by attractive pearls. The Florida native wore plenty more around her neck, plus her signature two wristwatches as she showed off her cleavage and fiery red hair blowing in the wind.
A caption from Bella simply sent out a gift and kiss-face emoji. The comments have been racking up almost as fast as the views, though. Over 240 users drove up a comment seemingly asking Thorne to delete her OnlyFans account.
The user straight-up asked Bella: “You take down your OnlyFans yet?”
“I wish she would,” a fan replied, with another saying: “Only here for this comment.” Likewise indicative of agreement was a fan writing: “Same.”
While love did come in – and those bots – the remark proved the most-liked as the post hit an hour old. It comes after Bella, also slammed for not delivering nude content when such material had been implied, took to social media to deliver apologies. See what she had to say after the video.
Bella’s statement read:
“Remove the stigma behind sex, sex work, and the negativity that surrounds the word SEX itself by bringing a mainstream face to it that’s what I was trying to do, to help bring more faces to the site to create more revenue for content creators on the site.”
Thorne, who initially claimed she’d joined to research a movie project with director Sean Baker, called the new tipping rules messed up, seemingly taking the side of content creators. They have yet to forgive her.