Though the creators of HBO Max's Legendary are preparing for a second season, some of the stars of the first are allowing their fans to get to know them ... more intimately. Gravity Balmain, a member of season one's winning House of Balmain, has finally launched an OnlyFans channel after months of teasing fans with the idea.
"Thank you all for your patience," he wrote to Twitter quote tweeting his own tweet from October. "We love a full circle moment."
The performer isn't new to content creation. Prior to Legendary, they were known online for hosting voguing tutorials. They continue that with classes available on Vimeo as well as livestreams on Twitch. He breaks down the tenets of performance on their Instagram and TikTok accounts as well. When one follower asked if the OnlyFans was a "vogue account or hoe account," Balmain responded directly.
"I have 18 vogue accounts already," he wrote. "Trust that I did not make another one."
"Posts are going to be more explicit and unfiltered than I currently post on any other platform," they write in the page's bio. "If y'all start leaking shit I will shut it down and I mean that."
The header for the page, which boasts ten photos and one video, features gravity mostly in underwear and his now trademark butchered t-shirts. To tease the content, they've also been posting tnew photos alongside the format "room decor 90% done, clothes 90% off." In each tweet, he shows a status update of his new apartment decoration, as he's recently moved, while wearing less and less clothes.
They've even taken the opportunity to poke a little fun at themselves. "Not me becoming another statistic in the reality tv [to] OnlyFans pipeline," they wrote. They follow the likes of Cardi B, Milk, Shea Coulee, Rembrandt Duran, and many others that have launched accounts after appearing on television.