Donna D’Errico says she’s joining OnlyFans
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Donna D’Errico calls out haters who think she’s “old” to wear bikinis.
The “Baywatch” star has announced that she has joined OnlyFans, a subscriber-only social media site, joining her former co-star Carmen Electra on the platform.
D’Errico, 54, took to Instagram on Tuesday to explain why he started OnlyFans (see post below).
“Obviously I don’t take myself or the fact that I’m on this site very seriously,” he wrote.
“This post may offend some people. I do not care.”
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OnlyFans “is a social networking platform like any other with some key differences,” D’Errico wrote. “No censorship and no bullies/haters. I’m there.”
Currently, registration on the OnlyFans website is free.
The site allows creators to receive tips or private messages for a fee.
D’Errico said his OnlyFans page will feature photos of models in bikinis and underwear as a result of the magazine’s editorials: “I do funny things in bikinis because I have a unique sense of humor, but I’m also humble.” new and old. .photos and videos from the crime scene. She added: “What you don’t see: My hoo-ha. What I don’t want to see: Your manhood.”
“All these celebs are posting their nude and semi-nude photos here on IG and Twitter while covering their important parts with their hands,” he wrote.
“Boom, thousands of likes and comments talking about body positivity and confidence and empowerment and you go girl! Hot! But take the same photo at the same party and put it on [OnlyFans] where they can control who sees it and now it’s serious People will kill me.”
She’s been cyberbullied before — most recently in an Instagram post on July 16. “A lot of girls complain about the 4th of July video I posted in a red, white and blue bikini because they think I’m more ‘classic’ and ‘too big to wear a bikini’ and my favorite is ” desperate”.
“D” wrote Henry. “I’m going to tell you something that will surprise you. I can really wear and do whatever I want.’
According to D’Errico, he personally manages the OnlyFans account:
“I don’t use an agency to manage it for me and I refuse to use paid chats to impersonate me on messages. It’s moving forward now. But I’ll have fun if I’m too , I’ll delete it.
Founded in 2016, OnlyFans has become a home for creators and artists who monetize sexual content. Last summer, the company sparked outrage from mature artists after it announced plans to ban pornography, citing the need to comply with bank partner policies.
A week later, the site reversed itself, dropping the plans to ban sexually explicit material after saying it “secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community.”
OnlyFans is currently led by CEO Ami Gan, the company’s former chief marketing officer who assumed the role after founder Tim Stokely resigned. While continuing to support adult performers, OnlyFans also has embarked on an effort to recruit mainstream celebrities to its platform and has commissioned original content that is not adult in nature for OFTV.
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