The supposed Onlyfans account of the ‘Savage’ hitmaker charges fans $15 for a monthly subscription and claims to offer exclusive twerk videos of the raptress.
AceShowbiz –Megan Thee Stallion‘s popularity has been illegally used by scammers to trick fans into subscribing to a fake Onlyfans account. A page, which was initially believed to be an official account of the raptress, whose real name is Megan Jovon Ruth Pete, recently popped up on the adult site.
The supposed Onlyfans account of the “Hot Girl Summer” hitmaker charged people $15 for a monthly subscription. It claimed that it provided exclusive twerk videos of the Texas-born artist.
Some people were initially convinced that Megan jumped on the bandwagon of celebrities who have created account on Onlyfans where people offer adult contents for subscribers. Fans speculated that the 25-year-old star may have some sort of exclusive deal with the subscription-only site after she and Beyonce Knowles mention Onlyfans in the remix of her single “Savage”.
However, the page turned out to be fake and created by scammers. Her legal team has quickly shut down the page as her representative tells MTO News that the page didn’t belong to Megan.
Megan clearly doesn’t need to launch an Onlyfans account to earn her some extra cash. The rapper has been enjoying a rising career following the release of “Hot Girl Summer”, which features Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign, in summer of 2019.
She released her third EP titled “Suga” in March amid legal battle with her label 1501 Certified Ent. The album peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 chart and spawned the single “Savage”, which went viral on the social media app TikTok. It reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 following a remix with Beyonce.
Instead of enjoying the profit from the song sales for herself, Megan is donating the proceed from “Savage” streams. “Thank y’all so much for continuing to buy and stream savage ! The proceeds go to @breadoflifehou in my city Houston Texas and we really appreciate it keep running it up for a good cause,” she tweeted on Thursday, May 21.
Celebrating the song’s success, she recently released a 3D animated music video for the single.
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