Iggy Azalea is out here fact-checking reports about her earnings on OnlyFans!
The platform, a subscription-based website that allows creators to monetize their work, has become increasingly popular among celebrities and influencers in recent years. The Australian native rapper made headlines recently when reports surfaced that she earned a considerable amount of money on the first day of her account, and she decided to step forward to address the rumors.
Iggy Azalea Responds To News About Her Earnings On OnlyFans
The songwriter, who just recently joined the platform, is already subject to public appraisal over her reported earnings. Just like many artists before her who have turned to other ways to monetize their content, the public forum is just the latest addition to this list, and it’s clear that Azalea has found a way to make it work for her.
However, it is essential to note that the amounts reported of the model’s earnings did not come from a valid source, as she took to Twitter to address the buzz herself. The “Fancy” rapper wrote:
“With love. I won’t share what I make on OF, in the same way, I didn’t share what I earned selling my music catalog. Amounts being reported don’t come from a valid source. Thanks to everyone supporting me 🙇♀️🔥Crazy excited for where things go! Hot ass summer on the way!”
Users reacted to her statement with support, as one fan noted, “Good for you. It’s no one’s business except yours,” while another solidly backed her up by writing, “We got your back, Queen!”
In another post, she replied to a handle quoting the wrong figures writing, “Lol, Y’all just be saying sh*t to say sh*t at this point cause that number was pulled outta thin air.” The rapper’s loyalists thanked her for speaking up with comments like, “thanks, mommy, for speaking out about these frauds😭🙏🏾”
Others chose to add fuel to the fire by suggesting that maybe the amount was six figures and not mere thousands, like this person that wrote, “I knew it was more it’s way more than that, probably in the Millions.”
It is clear that regardless of the amount, Azalea’s popularity and influence will ensure that she cashes out big from the opportunity. Earlier, The Blast shared that she displayed her curves in sexy green lingerie with words done in graffiti above her head read “OnlyFans.”
So far, the new venture promises to focus on other talents Azalea has outside of rap. Daily Mail disclosed that the 32-year-old’s contract is set to be for only one year. They also revealed that the contents would include “illustration, poetry, photography, video, and music, including her fourth album.”
It would also consist of other content creators on the platform to look like Madonna’s 90s “Sex” coffee table book. The mother-of-one bragged about the new work, noting:
“I’ve been working on Hotter Than Hell for 6 months already, and I’m full of excitement and nervous anticipation to begin revealing it to the world, layer by layer.”
The “Wicked Lips” rapper admitted that she never knew she could get really creative on OnlyFans, so the thought of collaborating with them on her biggest project never crossed her mind. However, after looking beyond the public chatter about what having an account meant, she realized it was the “perfect platform to launch a multimedia concept on.”
‘Black Widow’ Rapper Confirms Million Dollar Deal From Sale Of Musical Catalogs
The sale of music catalogs has become a popular trend among musicians in recent years. Many musicians have found that selling the rights to their music can be a more profitable venture than continuing to release new music.
The Blast reported that Azalea decided to take a significant step in her career by selling the publishing and master recording of her work, estimated at eight figures. Some of her biggest hits included in the sale to Domain Capital include “Fancy (featuring Charli XCX),” “Black Widow (featuring Rita Ora),” and “Problem (with Ariana Grande).”
The deal, which was brokered by her attorney Peter Paterno and her manager Reece Pearson ensured a failsafe for her – she could earn more revenue on master recordings in the future. The multi-award-winning artist’s expansive discography includes “Surviving the Summer (EP),” “The New Classic,” “In My Defense,” and “The End of an Era.”