Iggy Azalea rubbishes claims she earned £360,000 in 24 hours on OnlyFans
Iggy Azalea has dismissed rumours she made a fortune on OnlyFans in just 24 hours.
The Australian artist, 32, shot to fame in 2011 as she brought out a string of successive hits and collaborated with some massive names including Ariana Grande.
Now Iggy is back with new project Hotter Than Hell, which has seen her join often explicit platform OnlyFans.
The star teased she would be dropping uncensored snaps, videos and even poetry on the platform for a $25 (£20) a month subscription ahead of the release of her fourth album.
Soon after joining the site, it was reported that the mum-of-one had earned an eye-watering $441,500 (£360,000) in just 24 hours.
However the Problem rapper has now rolled her eyes at the figures being shared, and said she will never say how much she earns.
Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, the musician said: ‘I won’t share what I make on OF, in the same way I didn’t share what I earned selling my music catalog.’
She warned that the figures being reported ‘don’t come from a valid source,’ but went on to thank her fans for ‘supporting’ her.
‘Crazy excited for where things go!’ she added. ‘Hot a** summer on the way!’
Iggy had previously responded to a Twitter account reporting the figure saying the number was ‘pulled outta thin air (sic).’
‘Lol, y’all just be saying s*** to say s*** at this point causes that number was pulled outta thin air,’ she wrote.
Iggy, who shares two-year-old son Onyx with ex Playboi Carti, previously spoke about how ‘excited’ she is for the Hotter Than Hell project, recently revealing she had been working on it ‘for six months already.’
I’m full of excitement and nervous anticipation to begin revealing it to the world, layer by layer,’ she said.
She told Variety she became interested in using OnlyFans after learning she could be ‘creative’ on it, but admitted she ‘didn’t expect to be collaborating with them on my biggest project to date.’
OnlyFans, I realised it was the perfect platform to launch a multimedia concept on.
‘I feel excited about not having to worry about the overwhelming and creatively limiting censorship artists have to navigate when sharing work on other digital platforms.’
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