Jordyn Woods joins OnlyFans to post ‘iconic’ pics for $20, Internet trolls her for ‘PG-13’ content on NSFW site

Woods said in an exclusive interview, 'I feel like OnlyFans was a platform [where] I could be a little bit different on [compared to] the rest of my platforms'


                            Jordyn Woods joins OnlyFans to post ‘iconic’ pics for $20, Internet trolls her for ‘PG-13’ content on NSFW site
Jordyn Woods (Getty Images)

Jordyn Woods is making headlines for starting her own OnlyFans account! Following the footsteps of stars like Bella Thorne, Cardi B, Beyoncé, Blac Chyna and YouTuber Tana Mongeau, she is all set to head to the subscription-based platform first introduced in 2016. For a limited fee, celebrities can distribute all kinds of content for fans and it is primarily popular for being in the NSFW category. For a monthly fee of $20, fans can access the 23-year-old's page.

Shedding light on her decision to make an OnlyFans account, she told Complex in an exclusive interview, "I saw a platform where I can authentically be myself and not be judged for it. Growing up, I've been shamed a lot. Being a curvy girl, being young and seeing the skinny girls wear short shorts because it's cause it's hot outside, but I want to put on shorts and it's provocative, or I want to put on a tank top and it's provocative." She added, "I feel like OnlyFans was a platform [where] I could be a little bit different on [compared to] the rest of my platforms."

Jordyn Woods (Getty Images)

 

What's more, she also revealed she is teaming up with photographer Steven Gomillion to post "iconic" photos. "We're creating art on here; we're not posting just random selfies. There's going to be really edgy, iconic photos of me on there, and it felt like OnlyFans was the right platform to launch this project because it's completely different than anything that I've ever done."

She also clarified that isn't "coming on there to take away from anything that [sex workers or anyone on the platform] already built. I just felt like the bigger picture is that it can be a space for people to be on there, to not be judged, and to be authentic to ourselves". In fact, many adult performers already came in her support. "It's been so exciting consulting with Jordyn about launching her OnlyFans in a way that's supportive and engaged with sex workers," Casey Calvert, award-winning adult performer and director said. Abigail Mac, award-winning adult performer and OnlyFans superstar, added: "Jordyn is an incredible ally. I'm so grateful she is using her massive influence to help destigmatize sex work on OnlyFans."

Jordyn Woods (Getty Images)

 

The news stirred grabbed many eyeballs on Twitter at first and several fans said they would pay for it. "How many of y’all are subscribing to @jordynwoods Only Fans? Cause I am," one tweet read and another said, "B***h my first $20 is going straight to Ms. Jordyn Woods’ onlyfans. Idk about the 2nd one but the first one for sure." A third chimed in, "Jordyn Woods onlyfans ??? Easiest $20 I'll ever spend in my life."

One concerned fan posted: "@jordynwoods started an only fans?! I was rooting for her. Still am. I hope she doesn’t reduce herself to being nude on only fans.Hopefully she keeps it cute and posts the same kind of content she posts on IG on her only fans. If not she’s setting herself up for failure."



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

However, many people targetted her for the artsy content which could easily be posted on Instagram. "Jordyn Woods has an only fans account, but she made a promo video as if she was dropping a hair/makeup/clothing line," one Twitter use wrote. Another said, "Bro....wtf is Jordyn Woods talking about? She acting like she dropping exclusive shit worthy of only fans when she just gonna be posting shit that we already used to seeing on her insta."

In fact, a third wrote, "My gf just paid $20 for our horny guest to see Jordyn Woods only fans and the pics were all PG-13." And a fourth fan said she was just doing it for the money. "Jordyn Woods got an only fans and she got 11 mil followers on insta. she really bout to be racking up that income," the tweet read.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

Talking about the controversy an OnlyFans account could trigger on social media, Woods also told Complex, "I knew it could be very controversial and I could avoid the controversy. But to me, it's about the bigger picture and the opportunity that I see is there."

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