They may be the butt of many jokes but fan site performers are laughing all the way to the bank. Yes sis, all the way to the bank with over $10,000 per month pay outs. Make a wisecrack about that!
“I brag about my coins not my followers,” a performer tweeted this week. “Finally hit 100k DOLLARS on Onlyfans … all this online hoe’ing pays off.” The tweet came with screenshots showing the performer’s financial details. Though there’s a current balance of only $359.85 and a pending balance of over $1,500 (this would just mean that he’s withdraw the rest of his money from OnlyFans and deposited into his own accounts) his total gross earnings confirm he has indeed crested the $100,000 mark. And while he didn’t see all of that (the app itself takes 20% off the top) $80,172.15 is not bad!
The screenshot came complete with a year of monthly earning statistics that show a spike in May 2019 where he brought in over $10,000 — must have been that WorldPride warm up — and more. His account currently reports just under 600 fans paying monthly. And for new subscribers — 75 slots left at the time of publishing — there’s a 50% off deal for $7. A businessman!
Of course he isn’t the only one. Another performer shared his statistics as well this week. “My student loans are shaking,” he wrote. “Thanks to my fans / supporters. I’m doing this until I ain’t got bills no more.” His all-time gross was just under $50,000 and he’s only been active on the service since April, when he made over $5,000.
To be clear, these numbers are nothing new! In our report last November, JustForFans, an OnlyFans competitor told us they had paid out top performers over $70,000 over the span of six months. “It’s unbelievably more than I used to make doing studio work,” Rocco Steele, a heavily awarded porn performer, said at the time. “It’s the type of thing that feels like it’s all going to come crashing down because it’s too good to be true.” Before he was kicked off the platform for weaponizing a porn actor’s mental health and addiction struggles, a performer who goes by BigCMen reported he was bringing in, sometimes, $20,000 in a month.
When the New York Times did their dive on OnlyFans in February, they found that go-go boy, sometimes muse, and performer Matthew Camp “regularly took home more than $10,000 a month” in his first nine months without ever showing a fully penetrative clip. That has now changed, and Camp has even delved into studio porn.
And while that is by no means what everyone is raking in — the average is around $3,000 per month — you just never know! And obviously, hopefully they have all of their taxes in order.