It’s been a trying year around the globe, as the world grapples with the pandemic and all the disruptions it has caused. Celebrities aren’t exempt from these problems, especially if they’re in an industry that relies on person-to-person contact. That being said, some folks also like to hustle and that seems to be the case with Yung Joc – even if it is a rideshare app.
Celebrities started turning to the OnlyFans platform during the quarantine, as most of them saw their own money drying up due to everything being shut down. Musicians haven’t been able to tour in months; reality show stars have been unable to film due to the pandemic and more. That hasn’t stopped the hustling influencers from keeping a check coming in – via OnlyFans.
Even Cardi B’s joined in on the direct-to-fan fun. One fan from OnlyFans took a screenshot of some $100 tips that he gave to Cardi B on her account and then tweeted at her when he felt like he wasn’t getting his money’s worth.
Hi baby https://t.co/WCStW9Qxbc— iamcardib (@iamcardib) September 24, 2020
Cardi B retweeted his post, adding “Hi baby,” in hopes of showing him some love – and maybe keeping the tips coming, because who doesn’t love free money, especially rich folks. Cardi’s fans thought the same thing and started to tweet her negatively.
Comedienne B. Simone recently made the announcement on her Instagram that she had joined the fan-focused site, making her just the recent in a long line of celebrities that have joined the site during these unparalleled times.
Posing in a black and white topless picture – with a parental advisory sticker covering her breasts – Simone provided the link in her Instagram Stories to her newly launched business venture.
“I made an OnlyFans, F**k It,” the VH1 cast member and host wrote. She joins other VH1 stars like Safaree Samuels and Erica Mena in parlaying their reality show fame into hardcore dollars.
While Yung Joc isn’t busting it open on OnlyFans, earlier this year he was approached by fans who recognized the Viacom-aired Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta stalwart as he drove for ridesharing platform “Pull Up n Go,” an app-based platform similar to Uber and Lyft.
“You sound like somebody I know,” one of the passengers says in the clip captured by The Shade Room. The other passenger then asks: “I just wanna ask a question. Are you Yung Joc?”
“I think y’all already put that part together,” the 36-year-old rapper replies as he pulls back his hoodie to reveal his identity.
Yung Joc seems to realize that the passengers are trying to shame him after one of them says he “fell off or something.” Joc then poses a question to the passengers.
“I got a question: Is it a problem that I’m Yung Joc and doing this?” he says. “Not at all,” the second passenger says.
“You trying to clown me?” Joc asks before noticing that one of them was filming the whole thing. “You wanna do this on your social media to try and clown me,” he tells her.
See the clip below.