YouTube star made $1m in first 48 hours on OnlyFans – despite ranting at fans
YouTube star Corinna Kopf claims she made a huge $1million (£723,000) in her first 48 hours on OnlyFans.
The model and influencer launched her OnlyFans profile last month.
She announced the news on social media at the time, saying: “HAPPY 6/9!! MY ONLYFANS HAS OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED.”
And it seems like it’s already proving lucrative for her, as she apparently the huge sum in her first two days on subscription-based platform.
Corinna revealed her earnings in a recent YouTube video from her Vlog Squad pal David Dobrik.
In the clip, he says: “Corinna just started an OnlyFans. In 48 hours, how much money did you make?”
As her friends have her a drumroll, Kopf replied: “In 48 hours, I made a little over a million dollars.”
She adds: “And then I gambled to celebrate and won $30,000 (£22,000).”
Corinna then revealed some of her interactions with fans, saying that one gave her a $100 (£72) tip, before she and Dobrik go outside to take a look at her “brand new $400,000 (£290,000) Ferrari”.
Dobrik asks Kopf how much she’s making each month now, to which she tells him: “I don’t want to say it!”
While she didn’t want to reveal her monthly takings, towards the end of last month – after just a couple of weeks on OnlyFans – Corinna revealed on Twitter that she’s made a staggering $165,000 (£142,000) on just one picture of “her boobs”.
Kopf has spoken out on her OnlyFans page about fans asking more racy content.
She told them they’re free to leave if they don’t like what they see.
“For the people that have shown me nothing but love, thank you and I love you, kiss my booty cheeks.”
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In a later rant, she also added: “F*** all of you who are so f***ing pushy and demanding me to post certain s***.
“I’ll post what I want, when I want. If you don’t like it, then leave!”
Meanwhile a fitness influencer also revealed this week that she had missed out on £70,000 after a catfish used her photos to scam people.
Ange Valdez, from New York, was shocked to discover that fraudsters were using her photos to rip off people on dating sites and Instagram