Iggy Azalea Refuses to Apologize for Profiting from OnlyFans Using Her “Own Creativity and Ideas”

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea defended her decision to monetize her ideas on her OnlyFans account, stating that she shouldn’t have to apologize for it. In an interview with model Emily Ratajkowski on her “High Low” podcast, Azalea claimed that she had previously made a lot of people money with her body and ideas, but she only received a small cut of her own work. She believes that since her image has already been commodified, she should be able to control it and profit from it herself.

OnlyFans is a platform where creators can post exclusive content that users can access by paying a subscription fee. While the content on OnlyFans is often intimate in nature, it doesn’t have to be. Azalea, who has joined the site, enjoys posting racy photos and is happy to do it for her own enjoyment.

Azalea admitted that she has made a lot of money on OnlyFans since joining last year, but she refused to disclose the amount. She also clarified that joining OnlyFans was her decision, not a necessity and that some people might not understand that.

In addition to her OnlyFans account, Azalea is also working on a multimedia project called “Hotter than Hell,” which is expected to include video, photography, music, and poetry. Azalea is not the only celebrity on OnlyFans. Other famous names on the platform include Denise Richards and her daughter Sami Sheen, Whitney Cummings, Carmen Electra, and Cardi B. Azalea also discussed her decision to stop making music, citing the fact that she felt like her audience was young and that she needed to create a “Peter Pan” version of herself. However, with her new multimedia project, she hopes to be able to discuss topics that matter to her, such as being a new mom.

Overall, Iggy Azalea defended her decision to join OnlyFans and monetize her ideas, stating that she should be able to profit from her own work. She also revealed that she has made a lot of money from the platform and plans to use it to further her creative endeavors.