In a recent interview with Emily Ratajkowski, Australian rapper Iggy said she doesn’t feel that she should apologize for using her platform on OnlyFans to make money from her body.
She noted that she had made a lot of money from record labels and that she had gotten the smallest cut of her body.
According to her, she doesn’t feel like she should apologize for commodifying her image.
She noted that she wasn’t the main benefactor of it prior to it being commodified. The US model also said that having control over one’s image is very important.
Since joining the platform, which allows users to view content on a creator’s page, she has featured various raunchy content.
However, she noted that she enjoys posting these types of images and that she doesn’t mind if her fans see them.
During the interview, she noted that she had gotten her breasts augmented several years ago.
She said that she was happy with her new look and that she liked how her face and body looked before. She also referred to her nose job as a positive change.
She also noted that she never felt that she didn’t belong on the platform.
Some of the other celebrities who are on OnlyFans include Kim Richards, her daughter Sam, and Whitney Cummings. She often posts raunchy content on her Instagram page.
She noted that she has made a huge amount of money on OnlyFans since she joined the platform last year.
Even though she was initially criticized when it was revealed that she had joined, she quickly disputed the claims.
She wouldn’t provide the exact amount of money she makes on the platform.
She also noted that she doesn’t understand why people don’t understand that women can join OnlyFans because it’s their own initiative.
She also said that she decided to stop making music because she felt that her fans were getting older.
She created a different version of herself that reflected her growing up experience and discussed various things that were important to her.
She noted that her new project, which is called “Hotter Than Hell,” will be central to what she will be doing on her account.
She said that joining the platform was initially scary.