Blueface has revealed how much money he makes per month from being active on OnlyFans.
Taking to his Instagram Stories on Monday (January 16), the Los Angeles rapper revealed his total gross income from the content subscription service was $798,800.26. His monthly earnings, meanwhile, ranged from $22,520.00 in September 2022 to $68,426.40 in December 2022.
Unlike other creators who have found success on the platform, however, Blueface clarified that he doesn’t show his “private parts” for the camera.
“If you can find a way on only fans without showing your private parts I highly recommend crazy work good salary,” he wrote. “If you are actively on onlyfans rn subscribe to my page an dm me a free link to your page I’m following back the first 100 active users to help you get noticed an hopefully my subscribers will become your subscribers.”
He added: “Side note: Nothing wrong with showing your private parts on there tho I ain’t knocking the hustle shit my private is online for free I’m just not promoting that to my audience none personal.”
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During an interview with Bootleg Kev in January 2022, Blueface claimed his OnlyFans account had around 2,000 subscribers at its peak.
“While I’m filming it’s $50, but in between times, probably like $25-$30,” he said at the time. “[OnlyFans] just take off their percent, so if it’s $50, they’ll take $10 off each sale, so it’s $40 … But it comes in every month though.”
He added: “That’s why I did the Blue Girls Club. I wanted to get an OnlyFans, but I didn’t want to show my dick. It’s kinda like a porn star at that point.”
According to a May 2021 report from Business Insider, Blueface’s reality show Blue Girls Club — which invited women into his home and featured physical fights, twerking, sex toys, drinking games and matching tattoos — had around 4,000 subscribers and at one point was bringing in $100,000 to $200,000 per month.
Blueface isn’t the only rapper who has found success on OnlyFans. In April 2022, Bhad Bhabie revealed she had a whopping $53 million in earnings from the website, of which she took home $42.3 million in net revenue.
During a recent interview, she admitted that people who subscribed to her OnlyFans when she was 18 years old should “be in jail.”
Iggy Azalea became the latest rap star to join OnlyFans earlier this month. For $25 per month, fans get first-look access to uncensored photos, videos, illustrations, poetry and music, including her fourth studio album which is due out this summer.
“Admittedly, I never knew OnlyFans was a place where I could be creative, so I didn’t expect to be collaborating with them on my biggest project to date!” she told Variety. “Once I looked beyond the surface-level chatter about what it means to have an OnlyFans, I realized it was the perfect platform to launch a multimedia concept on.
“I feel excited about not having to worry about the overwhelming and creatively limiting censorship artists have to navigate when sharing work on other digital platforms. The project is bold and fun — so is this collaboration — I think it’s going to surprise a lot of people.”