Rapper Bhad Bhabie Breaks OnlyFans Record

The Rapper reeled in $1 million in her first six hours

18-year-old rapper Bhad Bhabie claims the crown as queen of OnlyFans. This follows the $1 million she made in the first six hours of her debut on the controversial site–de-throning Bella Thorne, the previous OnlyFans record-holder. Splurging $23.99 per month for access to her page’s photos and videos, subscribers are also promised the ability to direct message the rapper.

The news was broken via the rapper’s Instagram account, the post included an apparent screenshot that seems to shows her total gain from OnlyFans at just over $1 million, brought by hundreds of thousands of dollars in subscriptions and messages, as well over $5000 in tips. “Not bad for 6 hours,” she captioned the post, “we broke the fuck out of that onlyfans record.”


Breaking records appears to be a trend for the budding artist. Back in 2017,  she became the youngest female rapper to hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart with her debut single “Thes Heaux.” The 2018 favorite “Gucci Flip Flops” (feat. Lil Yatchy,) also earned Bhad Bhabie the esteem of being the youngest artist in the last decade to go platinum. Her song “Hi Bich” was also certified platinum.

OnlyFans has yet to confirm the rapper’s claims to the new record.

Launched in 2016, the British-founded site is a subscription-based social media platforms for users to sell and/or purchase original content–generally of the risqué variety. Creators content is secured behind a paywall, allowing fans access for a monthly-fee or one-off tip. The fee ranges anywhere between $4.99 and $49.99.

Given the sites few restrictions, it quickly became synonymous with pornographic content – a home for adult performers, sex workers, and models who share “not safe for work” content. Creators can post uncensored, X-rated pictures and videos, also host live streams where followers can engage with them in real-time. Considering the explicit nature, users have to be 18+ and require a government-issued ID to sign up.

But it’s not just porn—there are many creators including artists, fitness trainers, chefs and others who use the site to monetize their content. Particularly popularized during the pandemic, you may come across musicians and Hollywood celebrities including Cardi B, Dj Khaled and Fat Joe, Jordyn Woods, Tyga, and many more. Queen Bey even name-dropped the site in the legendary remix of Megan Thee Stallion‘s “Savage” track, in which we received the line: “Hips TikTok when I dance/On that Demon Time, she might start an OnlyFans.”

Currently at around 50 million users and 450, 000 creators, the platform provides a space to de-stigmatize sex work, share art, and so much more—all the while making money.







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