Jessika Power posts 'too graphic to describe' OnlyFans video: 'LOT more than bikini shots'
Jessika Power’s OnlyFans account has helped her earn a huge sum of money after she went all raunchy there. The ‘Married At First Sight’ star joined the adult content subscription service earlier this year and as per reports, she left “absolutely nothing to the imagination” while sharing her content online, which is being followed by around nine thousand people.
Reportedly, one of her videos was “too graphic to describe” as there was “a lot more than lingerie and bikini shots on display.” Power has also regretted not joining OnlyFans early. “I wish I had started it a year ago because I would be rich,” she stated. Sometime back, the 29-year-old had disclosed that she made $50,000 in her first five days on the site. Subscribing to OnlyFans costs $15 monthly for its fans.
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Power is also quite famous on Instagram and recently she shared a very sizzling photo of herself in red lingerie. She looked into the camera while in the bathroom. She captioned the photo as “Santa baby….” which attracted more than eight thousand likes and numerous compliments.
It has been said that the blonde beauty will soon be seen on the new series of the ‘Celebs Go Dating’ after breaking off with her British boyfriend Connor Thompson. She split with Thompson soon after shifting to England from her native country Australia to be with him. In the new series, along with Power, ‘Married At First Sight’ UK star 27-year-old Nikita Jasmine will be seen. The show will also feature Chloe Brockett, Ulrika Jonsson, Miles Nazaire, Ryan Mark Parsons and Abz Love.
Meanwhile, a lot of people have commented on Twitter after it was revealed that Power is making a lot of money on OnlyFans. A user tweeted, “Good luck to her, if she feels comfortable putting herself on display for paying customers, that’s her business, but if you are, don’t go crying about the critics when you’re pasting yourself all over social media.”
The second one wrote: “good for her I say. it's her decision alone. I would do it myself but think all I would get is 50 cents. probably from my wife begging to take the horrid stuff down.” The third user sarcastically said, “So the moral to this story is.. ladies don't use your brains and just show your boobs and ass and make a motza. Botox yourself to the hilt too. Make sure the kids aspire to this instead cause that's what's popular.”
Good luck to her , if she feels comfortable putting herself on display for paying customers, that’s her business, but if you are, don’t go crying about the critics when you’re pasting yourself all over social media .— james brown (@FatsRivo1) December 8, 2021
good for her I say. it's her decision alone. I would do it myself but think all I would get is 50 cents. probably from my wife begging to take the horrid stuff down.— spectator of life (@Ybr_ian) December 8, 2021
So the moral to this story is.. ladies don't use your brains and just show your boobs and ass and make a motza. Botox yourself to the hilt too. Make sure the kids aspire to this instead cause that's what's popular.— Grumbles (@Grumbly_Me) December 8, 2021
Earlier, Power hit back at trolls who accused her of joining OnlyFans to make easy money. In an Instagram video, she said: “Honestly we’re all living behind the times. Comment what you will on this post, just know that IDGAF because I’m doing what any confident, beautiful female would do in this day and age. Literally all I'm doing is what any sane girl in this day and time would do. I'm gonna be removing all of my lingerie photos from my Instagram... not saying it's just going to be lingerie. If you follow the swipe-up links in this Instagram there might be a bit of fun content for you to follow in the future.”
“Ladies and men please know from me to you, that you should never feel ashamed, embarrassed or guilty for sharing yourself on any app. It’s your body, it’s your mind and it’s your life — do with it what you want,” she concluded.