As you probably know at this point, OnlyFans is a website where people pay subscriptions to certain ‘content creators’ in order to receive provocative images or videos in return. It’s very 2020.
Due to the current pandemic, lots of people have lost their jobs or seen their earnings decrease to the point where they find themselves having to be more frugal, prioritising certain expenditures over others.
Because of this, having a w*nk isn’t really as important as eating (to some people anyway) and they’ve had to cancel their OnlyFans subscriptions. You can’t blame them for doing this, of course, but that has resulted in a few more people losing their incomes.
Bille Beever from the Gold Coast of Australia is one of those latter people and she took to TikTok in a very emotionally charged video bemoaning the fact that no-one is buying her nudes and saying that she wants everything to go back to normal.
Billie cried that she:
“Didn’t want to talk about it because it’s so humiliating and stuff but like everyone on TV is always talking about how like everyone has lost their jobs and like people can’t pay for anything anymore.
“Like I’m losing subscribers on OnlyFans like — my main source of income — like I can’t pay my rent anymore. And like even if I was to go back to work like what am I supposed to do, like go work in a strip club? Which they’re all closed down as well.
“They’re all closed, like all the strip clubs like you can’t even be f*cking close to someone because of social distancing. And like I have … I have nothing else going for me, I have no other talent. I can’t dance, I can’t sing. I can’t do anything so like I don’t understand what I’m supposed to do“.
Nobly, she then concluded saying she wanted everything to “go back to normal so people can keep subscribing to my OnlyFans“.
What did she do before OnlyFans was a thing? I do actually feel a bit bad for her, having lost her main source of income, but all of this will pass.
Images via Instagram, TikTok
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