Adult performers and content creators on OnlyFans are furious at Bella Thorne.
Previously we covered a story, Bella Thorne making fortunes from OnlyFans. The actress made $2 million in a week from the platform, wait for it, a million in 24 hours.
By now, we suppose you already know what this 'OnlyFans' is all about, if not, what are you doing. We don't want to sound rude but this has been the talk of the town ever since Bella joined it.
Bella, on her interview with PAPER Magazine, said "it's the first platform," where she can fully control her "image" without censorship, without judgment, and without being bullied online for being her.
Well, that's what exactly all other adult performers and other content creators felt about the platform before. You can be you, there won't be any judgment, and on top of that, you are making money, straight from the fans.
It's a pretty neat idea, to be honest, and all the creators and adult performers were happy about it until Bella bagged $2 million in a week.
But why other adult performers and creators are slamming Bella for making fortune from the platform? Well, the actress made headlines for obvious reasons, which led to "limiting" the amount they can charge to their fans.
Bella Thorne made millions on OnlyFans and other creators and adult performers are furious about it. Photo Source: Agency/GF
According to the reports, the adult performers could charge as high as $200 for their content before, which now is capped to $50 max.
One of the creators from the platform, Savannah Solo, talking with the Rolling Stones, said, "There was no notification. We are now just suddenly unable to receive a tip over $100 and price a PPV over $50."
Well, it does not just end there, the platform also "extended" payment timelines from seven days to 30 days, the reports further added. However, there's no confirmation from the 'OnlyFans' team that the decision came due to Bella, but other performers are furious.
However, the spokesperson for the platform revealed,
"Transaction limits are set to help prevent overspending and to allow our users to continue to use the site safely. We value all of the feedback received since this change was implemented and we will continue to review these limits. We can confirm that any changes to transaction limits are not based on any one user."