A social media app that was THRIVING during the pandemic was easily OnlyFans. Many content creators found ways to supplement their income after possibly being let go from previous work positions. But now the app has shook up the internet, announcing that they will ban sexual content - a pillar that the app gained notoriety for.
Of course, you don't have to do adult content on OnlyFans, many people use it as a platform to sell their own personal or business content - or just some racy photos. Someone who made a huge profit from starting an OnlyFans agency, is rapper Tyga.
Now that the platform announced they will be banning pornography from the app, Tyga is taking his talent elsewhere - as he announced his own app, myystar.
The "Rack City" emcee says they'll only charge creators 10% versus OnlyFans who charged 20%.
The platform is set to debut in October, would you make the switch?
Tyga's XXX-rated past doesn't start with just OnlyFans, he also self directed an adult film, named after his hit 'Rack City" in 2012.
Reasoning as to why the platform is banning content hasn't been given - but looks like Tyga may be making a lucrative move going forward.