Celebrities on OnlyFans Full List: From Bella Thorne, Cardi B to upcoming accounts of Michael B Jordan, Madonna
The 2016 launch of OnlyFans allowed adult entertainers to safeguard their content with a paywall. But then came mainstream celebrities like Bella Thorne and Cardi B along to launch their own accounts
What had initially started off as a platform for sex workers to monetize their content, was soon taken over by a plethora of celebrities. The 2016 launch of OnlyFans allowed adult entertainers to safeguard their content with a paywall -- people who paid for it were the only ones who could access it. But then came mainstream celebrities like Bella Thorne and Cardi B along to launch their own accounts on OnlyFans. While Thorne claimed it was to mainly reduce the stigma surrounding sex work, for those like Cardi B and Tyler Posey, it was about "connecting" with their fans better.
Soon arose controversy surrounding celebrities taking away a platform from sex workers who are already marginalized by social stigmas. Things got even worse with Thorne allegedly scamming her fans on the portal, leading the website to change their policy on pay-per-view pricing affecting smaller content creators grossly. But with Michael B Jordan and Madonna's accounts coming soon, here are all the mainstream celebrities on OnlyFans, who clearly aren't the last of the lot.
The actor has remained controversial ever since the day she shed her Disney avatar. She joined OnlyFans in August 2020 and immediately lead to the website hiking its pay-per-view caps to $50 when she charged $200 for pay-per-view content. This affected smaller content creators who didn't have an account or audience as big as hers. Thorne then apologized claiming she had joined the platform just to reduce the stigma surrounding the community. Again, in December 2020, she was criticized for claiming to be one of the first big personalities on the platform, even though sex workers had been using it for years.
Of course, if there's a controversy surrounding Bella Thorne, Tana Mongeau will automatically get dragged in. The vlogger turned influencer came out as pansexual in June of 2020 and has previously also dated fellow pan celeb Thorne. She had launched her OnlyFans account before Thorne, in May 2020. Her account, unlike other celebs' accounts, is free to subscribe to.
Bisexual model and sex activist Rose joined the app in late September of 2020. She had teased some of her content to her 20 million+ Instagram followers ahead of making her OnlyFans debut.
Known for pop covers on his YouTube channel and for the 2013 track 'What About Love', Mahone, 24, joined OnlyFans in October. In a since-deleted Instagram post announcing his account, he had said "I feel like I’ve reached an age and a point in my career where I’m ready to mix it up and be more open with my fans, and OnlyFans gives me a platform to do so without any limitations. I'm excited to show my fans a different side of me than they may be used seeing on my other social media accounts."
The former frontman of Teen Wolf who was recently in the Zombie horror 'Alive' is famous for his shirtless selfies. He joined the platform back in September and claimed in an official statement: "I noticed many of my fans commenting on my Instagram photos saying that I should join OnlyFans. I saw it as a really cool opportunity to get even closer with my fans and be more real with them. I get to talk about things on OnlyFans that I maybe wouldn’t get to otherwise and connect with more people like me. I want to accomplish creating unique content and collaborating with my friends to bring a fun experience to my fans."
Known as one of OnlyFans' most well-known creators, Tyga offers his subscribers both paid and free accounts. Ever since his booming success, he has also launched a sexy lifestyle and entertainment brand called TOO RAWW.
When the queen of 'WAP' joined OnlyFans in August 2020, she strictly maintained it was for behind-the-scenes footage of her work. "No I’m not going to be showing my t**ties, or my p***y, or my a**," the rapper announced on Instagram. "Just straight up real-life content s**t. You guys be mad nosey when it comes to my life."
One of the early hoppers to the platform, Carter joined OnlyFans in March of 2020. He initially charged big payments for his pay-per-view content and thus couldn't bag great reviews.
The 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' Season 5 winner and Drag Race Hall of Famer joined OnlyFans in July to share all her behind-the-scenes content with her closest fans. "I'm so excited to be joining the OnlyFans community!" she wrote in a tweet announcing her account. "Make sure you go and follow me to get all the exclusive behind-the-scenes content, photo shoots, videos, and LIVE makeup tutorials!"
Another RuPaul's contestant, this one from season 11, joined OnlyFans in 2020. "We live in a world of prejudice and discrimination, where we have to confine ourselves to a projected idea from society to be accepted," Plastique said in a September statement launching the account that sees often sexy content from her. "I’ve decided to join OnlyFans because it’s a safe space for people of different colors, sexualities, shapes, and sizes to show the world that we are indeed proud and powerful."
All the way from RuPauls' Season 10, Vixen treats fans to exclusives under the OnlyFans username Tony Untucked.
The 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' Season 3 star opened her OnlyFans in November 2020 and posts exclusive content on the account.
Announcing the good news that the bisexual 'The Walking Dead' star was joining OnlyFans shortly around Christmas, he tweeted: "I just joined #ONLYFANS! #CardiB & #MichaelBJordan kicked it off Amazingly Let's have some fun!! LOL #MERRYCHRISTMAS (& Definitely all photoshopped!! click this link to join us FREE." The tweet has since been deleted.
Beloved in the YouTube community for his make-up skills and sass, the vlogger was very open about why he turned to OnlyFans. To "post my nudes for free because I'm tired of no one seeing the cute ass pics I be taking," as he himself put it in his account @rock_bottom4's bio. The account is free to subscribe and all tips will proceed to charity; "Unless it’s the right kinda tip," of course.
Launched in April 2020, Blac Chyna's OnlyFans will feature an exclusive look into the entertainer's life.
Another Teen Wolf star, the self-proclaimed 'Daddy' on OnlyFans posts content more on the humorous and comedic side of things rather than amping up the steam and tease.
You might remember him from HBO Max's 'Legendary', but his highly-anticipated OnlyFans account also dropped in January 2021. For $20 a month, there's "full nudity, actual premium content, not just reposted Instagram and Twitter posts," from Gravity.
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The Aussie hunk won Netflix's hit reality sensation 'Too Hot to Handle' and launched his OnlyFans in February 2021. The Valentine's Day gift from Jowsey to his fans promised the "only place you'll truly see down under."
Michael B. Jordan
The 2020 People's Sexiest Man Alive who's known for his thirst traps on social media, told Jimmy Kimmel on the host's talk show that he's considering opening an OnlyFans for his mustache. Although it's still not yet here, Jordan had said at the time: "I never had time to actually sit in one place and grow my facial hair where I didn’t have to get it groomed, or manicured, or anything like that. So, during quarantine, I just wanted to see how much hair I could actually grow. His name is Murphy. We call him Murph for short. Got an OnlyFans coming soon — eating fruit, all types of crazy stuff, it’s going to get wild."
He added: "I’m actually going to start [an OnlyFans account,] but like all the proceeds I want to go towards a barber school because during the quarantine, you know, there’s been so many businesses and schools that shut down."
The announcement of the yet-to-be-here OnlyFans account came in a March 2020 Instagram video post, where she said she might use OnlyFans to release her upcoming documentary. "If nobody wants to buy this show...it will be good on OnlyFans," she says in the video announcing the documentary. "It's not a total confirmation, but it's something!"