Iggy Azalea is not one to shy away from her critics. Recently, the 32-year-old rapper responded to criticism regarding her OnlyFans account, which some fans have claimed is not explicit enough to justify the $25 monthly subscription fee.
The Australian rapper did not hesitate to call out “broke” men for complaining about her raunchy page, saying that there was more content but for a higher fee.
Azalea created her OnlyFans as a multimedia project after vowing never to use the platform. In a podcast interview, the rapper shared why she decided to join OnlyFans.
Keep on reading to learn more.
Iggy Azalea Says Her OnlyFans Subscribers Must Pay More For Nude Content
Iggy Azalea is not one to shy away from her critics. Recently, the 32-year-old rapper responded to criticism regarding her OnlyFans account, which some have claimed is not explicit enough to justify the $25 monthly subscription fee.
A fan of the rapper requested more explicit content in a tweet, saying, “Iggy baby, please show more on your OnlyFans; I’m tired of people complaining about your platform.” In response, Azalea clarified that she does pose nude on the platform, but subscribers must pay a higher fee to access such content.
“Anyone saying that is broke and hasn’t unlocked the paid content because I pose nude,” she said. “It’s a $25 entry, not $25 for full access. They thought wrong,” she added. To prove her point, Azalea tweeted a photo of herself in lingerie, showing off her famous curves.
Iggy Azalea’s Premium OnlyFans Subscription Costs $250, More For Pay-Per-View DMs
Per Daily Mail, Azalea’s OnlyFans account offers a range of alluring images and short video clips of the hip-hop sensation, none featuring explicit nudity.
For subscribers who want to view topless images of Azalea, they will need to pay a premium fee to unlock exclusive pay-per-view messages sent directly to their DM. Additionally, a VIP subscription option costing an extra $250 provides access to content unavailable to regular subscribers.
One fan, expressing disappointment with the content, asked the “Fancy” rapper if the VIP subscription was worth the investment. The fan tweeted, “if I pay for the VIP will I get more content? Asking cause you haven’t been posting that much lately, and I have the standard version.” “Will there be more than hot pics in the future?.”
Iggy Azalea OnlyFans Account Is For ‘Aesthetically Pleasing, Hot As Hell Things’
Azalea initially marketed her OnlyFans account “Hotter Than Hell” as a year-long multimedia project.
The rapper explained on Instagram at the time of the launch that it would encompass a diverse range of content such as “photographs, visual art collabs, videos, merch, and all kinds of aesthetically pleasing, hot as hell things.” Additionally, She also revealed that she would launch a coffee table book as part of the project.
However, it seems most of the content on the platform so far has been limited to primarily provocative photo shoots. Subscribers to her OnlyFans account receive exclusive merchandise, such as skateboard decks adorned with one of Azalea’s OnlyFans photos.
‘I Don’t Really Have A Problem With Being Overtly Sexual’
In a recent episode of the “HighLow with EmRata” podcast, the Australian rapper opened up about her decision to join OnlyFans despite previously vowing never to join the platform. She explained that she is making a significant amount of money from subscription fees paid by users on the platform.
During the conversation with podcast host and model Emily Ratajkowski, Azalea reflected on how record labels had made so much money off her body. However, with OnlyFans, she can take ownership of her body and commodify it on her terms without any compromises.
Azalea shared that, at first, joining OnlyFans was intimidating for her. Still, she stated that she has no issue with being “overtly sexual” when she is in control and has artistic merit. “I’m someone who shows my breasts or my nudity; I don’t really have a problem with being overtly sexual when I’m in control of it and when I feel it has artistic merit,” she said per Daily Mail.
She also expressed her frustration that she had made many people money off her body, yet she received a minor cut. Talking about her body, Azalea told listeners, “It’s been commodified, and I wasn’t even the main f**king benefactor of it. So, f**k this.”