A 20-year-old has opened up about her OnlyFans account – after she had no idea what it was.
OnlyFans is a subscription site which allows users to create exclusive content for their followers.
It was launched back in 2016 and it’s already become popular for millions across the globe.
Now one woman has revealed how she started off earning around £1,000 on the app before racking it up to £150,000 a month.
In fact, her new venture has helped her score a whopping £1.8million into her back account.
Mia Karina had no idea what the social media site was until her boyfriend Marc told her one of his pals was making money on there.
Within a month-and-a-half, Mia quit her job as a receptionist in a hotel in Malta to go full-time on OnlyFans.
Speaking to LADbible, Mia, who is now based in the UK, said: “Marc went on holiday back to see his friends in the UK.
“His friend Jake first suggested the idea to him, saying his cousin was making around $2,000 (£1,450) a month from OnlyFans.
“This was in late 2019. My boyfriend’s friend told him about this site – I didn’t know about it at all.
“My boyfriend told me that his friend was making around $2,000 (£1,460) a month just selling topless pictures.
“At the beginning I was still working at the hotel, but after a month-and-a-half I left because I earned more money on OnlyFans.”
And if you think the adults-subscription website is easy, that’s where you’re wrong.
She added: “For the first few months the money stayed around $3,000-$4,000 (£2,200-£2,900) a month.
“I was then invited on social media to join a networking group with other OnlyFans models, and that’s when it really exploded.
“Now I make around $250,000 (£180,700) a month on average, which is around $55,000-$60,000 (£39,800-£43,400) a week.
“So overall I’ve made just over $2.5million (£1.8million).”
Mia continued: “It’s a really hard job. In the beginning I was working about 8 or 9 hours a day but now it’s pretty much 24/7.
“I haven’t had a day off for seven months. I am always on my phone.”
The OnlyFans babe reels her followers in by striking a conversation to make them feel comfortable.
And Mia has had more fans paying for her content.
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Fortunately for Mia, her boyfriend is really supportive of what she does and even helps out from time to time.
She concluded: “He helps me. He is happy with it. As long as I’m happy, he’s alright with it. He has no problems.”
Since Mia earned her first million, she has set up a company with her partner and hopes to invest in property.
She also wants to help other women who want to make it on OnlyFans by offering advice.
Marc, who works full time to help Mia with OnlyFans, said: “At first I did worry what people would think.
“I suggested the idea to Mia after my friend Jake told me about it but it was entirely her decision to create the page.
“Her work ethic is above and beyond anything I’d ever seen in a person before.
“My family/friends all know and they are respectful of it. A few friends expressed concerns originally but this is only natural to do so.”