Tana Mongeau to launch 2nd OnlyFans 'Gone Wild' account after making $6M in a year on platform

'It’s a subscription-based platform with a reality show style episode once a week,' the 23-year-old tweeted


                            Tana Mongeau to launch 2nd OnlyFans 'Gone Wild' account after making $6M in a year on platform
Tana Mongeau is launching her second OnlyFans account with reality TV episodes about her and her friends 'going wild' (Instagram/ tanamongeau)

Controversial social media sensation Tana Mongeau has announced that she is launching her second OnlyFans account, soon after making around $6 million in a year on the platform. She joined the content subscription service, infamous for its nudity, in May last year. Taking to Twitter on August 12, the 23-year-old wrote, “oh by the way I’m about to launch a second only fans I feel like this is right to say since I just made $6 million dollars it’s a subscription-based platform with a reality show style episode once a week… let’s just say if I ever have a sex tape this is where I’d put it…”

In a series of tweets, Mongeau went on to say: “all of the puking, swearing, drinking, dick sucking, and more… Think about a vlog but completely uncensored not to be confused with my main only fans/Tana Uncensored… will continue posting my nudes and nude videos and all of the crazy shit I post there always,” before telling the name of her second account, “Think of this as Netflix but Tana and Friends Gone Wild…. all for a small monthly fee! TANA GONE WILD COMING SOON!” The internet personality’s main OnlyFans account’s name is Tana Uncensored.

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Several people reacted to Mongeau's announcement as a fan tweeted, “I CANNOT BREATHHEEEE! can’t wait to watch that sex tape, one day …” Another one wrote, “Would watch/pay for if there WASNT puke… I have a phobia..” “ugh a whole BUSINESSWOMAN,” a user remarked.

ana Mongeau attends the 2019 E! People's Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on November 10, 2019 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)


 



 



 

 

A person suggested to her by writing, “Make a platform that actually treats sex workers well and doesn't screw them over please!” The second one stated, “Why don't you.... make some YouTube videos again.”



 



 

Tana Mongeau attends The 9th Annual Streamy Awards on December 13, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for dick clark productions)

 

This comes as OnlyFans launched a “safe for work” app on Apple and Google devices, called OFTV. The new app is all about no nude content from many of OnlyFans biggest stars. For its promotion, the company has tapped former porn star, Mia Khalifa. It also features actress Bella Thorne.



 

 

Tim Stokely, the chief executive officer of OnlyFans, told Bloomberg: "OFTV provides a super convenient way for fans to watch content from favorite creators. There’s no adult content on OFTV. Because it’s not being monetized and there’s no direct impact on creators’ earnings, we are able to be in the app store." He added, "People who have come on to OFTV to watch one video may go on to choose another. It’s a wider audience, and perhaps a slightly different audience." Besides, a press release from OnlyFans announcing OFTV noted, “Creators are able to share both short- and long-form video content for their fans to watch from the convenience of their phones, tablets, and smart TVs.”

But people didn't seem too happy with the new app. One Twitter user pointed out, “I just don’t get who they think their audience is going to be… everyone who’s on there now is there for adult content, like nobody’s going to go out of their way to watch non-adult content by adult content creators lol.”

“Wants to use sex workers for their bodies then push them to the side to seem ‘respectable’ smh,” another user added.



 



 

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