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Cardi B joins Bella Thorne and joins the platform OnlyFans

After Internet star Bella Thorne made millions in a few days sharing uncensored content, popular singer Cardi B, who just released her hit "Wap" featuring Kylie Jenner, joined the platform in order to share some exclusive content. Read more below!  

  • The song WAP has been criticized due to its explicit content. 
  • Cardi B will be sharing never-seen-before scenes from her life.
  • Fans compared her project with the E! Entertainment Reality show of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians". 

After reaching the #1 trending song on YouTube with her hit WAP and getting over 145.000.000 views in 2 weeks, Cardi wants to go for more. The New Yorker, a former exotic dancer, sure knows how to capitalize her body, influence and followers. 

For only $4.99 a month, you will be able to see BTS (behind the scenes) content from her photo shootings, TikTok and YouTube music videos. Taking into consideration that Cardi has over 74 million followers just on Instagram, 13 on Twitter and 7 million on Facebook, her earnings could be huge.

Cardi B is making it into the big leagues of entrepreneurs

Let's do some math: If 1% of her total followers (around 94m) join the site, there will be 940.000 paying $5 dollars monthly. That's just $470.000 monthly on revenue taking into consideration that a small amount of her fan base will join. Minus the fee from the website (20%), Cardi could be earning around $376.000 dollars monthly just for posting a couple of never-before-seen videos.

These 2 YouTubers subscribed to her channel and show the world her content:

As of 2020, she has an estimated net worth of $24 million. Not bad for an artist who worked in a supermarket to make ends meet and grew up in the dangerous neighborhood of Bronx, New York, surrounded by violence. 

Bruno Wahrmann Lockhart

Experto en Medios Digitales. Fanático de los autos, y cualquier vehículo que se mueva. Alumni Universidad de San Diego+ info

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