Bhad Bhabie kept true to her promise to launch an OnlyFans on her 18th birthday. The Dr. Phil breakout star took to the popular platform, and claims to have made $1 million dollars in her first 6 hours. The problem child is certainly all grown up now.
Back in February Bhad Bhabie took to her social media to express her interest in joining the platform, but wanted fans to know that her content would be a little different.
“Let me make something super clear I said I would not make a only fans to show my naked body but I’m not opposed to making one for my fans to see different content and b able to interact with me on another app,” she reportedly wrote in an Instagram Story.
Well on April 1st she decided to finally give the app a go. The daytime meme turned rapper announced her account debut to her over 17 million followers.
In a screenshot posted to her instagram later on in the week, she announced that she’d done some impressive numbers in under 6 hours. “not bad for 6 hours” said the post with a picture of her statement.
“We broke the f**k out of that onlyfans record” Bhad Bhabie continued.
The image attached with the post shows Bhad Bhabie’s total revenue as being just over $1 million, including $757,526.08 from subscriptions, $267,675 from DM payments, and $5,502.35 in tips. The 18-year-old is charging users $23.99 per month for access to exclusive videos and photos on her page on the platform. Subscribers will also have the ability to “direct message with this user,” as well.
Fans took to twitter to express their thoughts on the latest chapter in Chad Bhabie’s career. Many people were calling out those who subscribed, calling their behavior concerning.
Bhad Bhabie just turned 18 and already has a million subscribers on onlyfans??!! y’all are predators for real pic.twitter.com/CmzHWgsWwz— mak~ FUNNIEST PERSON EVER ミ☆ (@ruespillbottle) April 2, 2021
The previous OnlyFans record holder was Bella Thorne who made more than $1 million in 24 hours immediately after joining. At the time, Thorne was met with a ton of backlash, after duping fans into paying $200 to receive non-explicit content.