Bensoul: My OnlyFans’ subscription would be nothing less than $100
Sol Generation’s signee, Bensoul, born Benson Mutua Muia, revealed he would charge not less than Sh 100,000 to followers looking to purchase his content on OnlyFans.
OnlyFans is a subscription based social media platform where content creators post content about their lives and is majorly used by people to sell not safe for work explicit content to subscribers.
Speaking to Kalondu Musyimi, Bensoul said he did not have an OnlyFans account but if he did have one, he would charge subscribers exorbitantly.
“I don’t have an OnlyFans account. It’s tempting to get onto that platform because it has a lot of money. (When asked how much he would have charged on OnlyFans) Nyi mnajua mngekuja kuona nani (Do you know who you are coming to see)? Over there, subscription would be nothing less than $100 (Sh 14,521),” said Bensoul.
On OnlyFans, subscribers pay a monthly membership fee where they pay for content including photos, videos and live streams. The most common content on the platform ranges from physical fitness, lifestyle vlogs, cosplay, D-I-Y, fetish requests, soft porn to the sexually explicit content including hardcore porn. In some countries, sex workers turned to OnlyFans to make more money than they would do walking the streets or hunting for clients in various social amenities.
OnlyFans was launched in 2016 and the minimum age limit for users is 18 years old. Some content creators in Britain reported earning as much as 30,000 (Sh 5.3 million) pounds a month on the platform.
In Kenya, a number of renowned people joined the app include socialite Huddah Monroe, influencer Wayu Wayua, Sherlyne Anyango and Shakilla among others.
“Don’t be embarrassed of your hustle! When you are broke very few people will come to rescue you. I withdrew over $45,000 (Sh 6.5 million) off my OnlyFans! Still Got my balance $7,000 (Sh 1,016,470) lol! I thought people left! Swipe up! Let’s go back inn,” Huddah Monroe said regarding her OnlyFans account last year.
OnlyFans, unlike Meta’s Facebook and Instagram, is lax on what content creators can publish and sell on their platform unless it is illegal, abusive or violent.