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Jordyn Woods Joins Cardi B At Playboy's Creator-Led Platform Centerfold As Brand Ambassador

The beautiful Jordyn Woods continues to level up to greater heights, and, this time, she is adding the role of brand ambassador for Playboy’s Centerfold creator-led platform to her resume. Congratulations to @jordynwoods on becoming the first ambassador for Playboy’s centerfold platform 🤍 — MEFeater Magazine (@mefeater) June 23, 2022 Following its official launch in December 2021, Playboy Centerfold has taken off in a huge way. As previously reported by AfroTech, the brand tapped Cardi B as its first-ever creative director in residence. The purpose of the platform is to provide a way for “creators to interact directly with their fans” while also promoting “sex positivity.” It also made a promise to serve as “the next evolution of Playboy’s long history of the intersection of culture.”   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by HEIR JORDYN (@jordynwoods)

Jun 24, 2022

Playboy's Centerfold Set To Rival OnlyFans In The Metaverse With Creative Direction From Cardi B

Cardi B is helping to lead the way for Playboy’s comeback as its first-ever creative director in residence. Under her title, the rapper will play a role in the adult entertainment firm’s Centerfold — a creator-led platform that aims to compete with OnlyFans, Entrepreneur reports. “It is a dream come true to officially join the Playboy family. I can’t believe this is real,” she shared in a statement. “For as long as I can remember, I have felt connected to Playboy. It is truly an original platform for uncensored creativity and I am inspired by its incredible legacy of fighting for personal freedoms. I already have so many ideas, I can’t wait!” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Playboy (@playboy) The project’s launch will be developed in the Metaverse, according to the outlet.

Dec 17, 2021

Did Social Media Users Just Bully OnlyFans Into Calling Off Its Explicit Content Ban?

OnlyFans has been in the fight of its life this past week. After days of frustrated users voicing their concerns online, the platform has decided to officially call off its adult content ban to continue welcoming creators of all categories. Earlier today (Aug. 25), the company took to Twitter to issue a statement addressing the news of its October ban that would restrict any and all sexually-explicit content on the platform. OnlyFans thanked users for “making their voices heard” and went on to announce it has suspended its plan to change its content policy in the fall. “We have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community and have suspended the planned October 1 policy change,” the company tweeted. “OnlyFans stands for inclusion and we will continue to provide a home for all creators.” Thank you to everyone for making your voices heard. We have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community and have suspended the planned October 1...

Aug 25, 2021

Tyga, Reportedly One Of OnlyFans' Top Earners, Deletes Account To Launch Its New Competitor

Just when we thought the days of OnlyFans was over, rapper Tyga has come up with a solution to still get content creators paid on a new platform. Following the news of OnlyFans’ rebrand to ban adult entertainment content on its platform, the former Young Money artist has announced the launch of an alternative called Myystar — which will support content creators who wish to create whatever kind of content they’d like, explicit or not, without pushback. According to the rapper’s latest Instagram post, he has since deleted his OnlyFans account to get behind his own movement. “Just deleted my Onlyfans, starting my own platform @myystar8 more futuristic , better quality & only 10% fee,” he wrote. “Creators will also be able to make content of their choice!” Tyga then encouraged users to apply to get invites to the platform.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by T-Raww (@tyga)  

Aug 23, 2021

The Dollars And Cents Behind OnlyFans' Decision To Ban Adult Entertainment

Thursday was sad day for fans, rappers, and content creators alike as OnlyFans announced its decision to ban explicit content from its platform. The ban, which will be effective October 1st, 2021, is part of its new policy, which it says it will continue to release details on in the coming weeks. “In order to ensure the long-term sustainability of the platform, and to continue to host an inclusive community of creators and fans, we must evolve our content guidelines,” OnlyFans said in a statement. Content creators on the site already started confirming that they’ll be using alternative platforms to advertise their adult entertainment content. When onlyfans fails you, I have @realFansly follow for my fun stuff — xoAeriel (@xoAeriel) August 19, 2021 Going to analyze the onlyfan situation tonight on Here from a biz perspective -(preview: payment processors are the worst) Also nudity WILL BE ALLOWED even after Oct 1st, so my fans are gonna be HAPPY 😊 — Kaitlyn...

OnlyFans Adds New App With The Same Creators Minus The Nudity

OnlyFans is no longer just only for adult content. The streaming service wants a new reputation that pushes a different agenda for its creators — starting with its app. According to several reports, OnlyFans — which has only previously been accessible through its website — created a brand-new app earlier this year that offers videos with some of its biggest creators. What comes as a surprise from the notoriously explicit platform is that its new app shows no nudity. That’s right, OnlyFans is getting wholesome to add its services to Apple and Google app stores. The ad-free app is called “OFTV” and it officially launched back in January, but this week OnlyFans says that it’s marketing the app to attract those who aren’t already subscribed to the streaming service. It reportedly offers a library of over 800 videos that includes original content from chefs, yoga instructors, podcasters and more. It even features an original series called “Unlocked” that shares conversations with...

Aug 18, 2021

How Regular Degular People Can Make Money on OnlyFans

Even before Beyoncé inspired the masses’ aspirations to join OnlyFans , folks were looking for ways to make money on the popular subscription-based platform. Sex workers and celebrity influencers have found million-dollar success on the social network, and believe it or not, regular degular people can secure the bag as well without risque photos and adult content. According to Homegrown Income , a wide variety of categories are available for content, including fashion, beauty tutorials, travel blogging, cooking, and cosplay. If you’re thinking of starting an OnlyFans, here are tips on how you can generate real income. Create exclusive content. Make sure your OnlyFans posts are for the pay-per-view site only. Don’t put a DIY video behind a paywall just to share it for free on YouTube. If you’re a fashion designer or musician, drop the first sneak peek of new material (an album or seasonal collection) on OnlyFans before giving it to the public. Cross-promote on your other social...

Oct 21, 2020

These Black Celebs Created OnlyFans Accounts That Could Lead To Millions

OnlyFans was once a haven for sex workers; a subscription-based social network where adult entertainers receive a much better payout than other X-rated sites, according to the New York Times . However, thanks in part to a shoutout from Beyoncé in April, Black celebrities have hijacked the popular social network seeking an additional stream of income. Ummm I did not know my onlyfans was charging ten dollars …I’m bringing it down to 4.99.Ya spend too much on vinyls and my merch coming next week — Cardi B (@iamcardib) August 12, 2020 Over the past six months, many artists, designers, and other macro-influencers have signed up for OnlyFans to capitalize on the NSFW content they’ve previously shared for free. For instance, a slightly revealing bikini shot could rack up millions behind OnlyFans’s paywall in addition to comments and likes. However, some celebrities aren’t venturing into X-rated media but rather using the platform to promote new music projects via live performances ,...

Oct 9, 2020