Jordyn Woods thinks joining OnlyFans is a ‘great opportunity'

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Jordyn has shared she signed up to the subscription-based OnlyFans, where fans can pay a monthly fee to have access to the content she posts on her page.

Although she knows she might cause "controversy" by joining the site, Jordyn believes the good will outweigh the bad.

"I knew that because of everything I’ve gone through, I knew it could be very controversial and I could avoid the controversy. But to me, it’s about the bigger picture and the opportunity that I see is there," she tells Complex.

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"Every single day I get tweets or comments [saying], 'When are you dropping the OnlyFans?' I bet it’s going to be shocking to people, but when they understand the bigger picture, I think it’ll all make sense.

"I felt like it was a great opportunity, and I’m so excited to join it and be a part of it, and I’m even more excited for my genuine supporters and followers and whoever decides to join gets to see that part of me," she adds. 

Jordyn is not the first celebrity who has announced joining OnlyFans. Amber Rose recently took to her Instagram to promote her OnlyFans account as well. Cardi B, Blac China and Bella Thorne among a list of other celebrities have joined the platform.

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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