Rapper Iggy Azalea hit out at ‘broke’ fans who can’t afford to pay her OnlyFans fee

Iggy Azalea has also suggested her time as a musician might be up.

Iggy Azalea once slammed her ‘broke’ fans who couldn’t afford to pay for her OnlyFans fee.

Although the 33-year-old Australian rapper is making a s**t tonne of money on OnlyFans, she is still best known for her music, racking up billions of streams during an acclaimed career.

For those unaware, the Grammy winner burst onto the scene with her 2014 chart-topping single ‘Fancy’, which still gets played on the radio to this day.

Iggy Azalea has slammed her 'broke' fans who can't afford to pay for her OnlyFans fee.
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However, in a recent post on X (Twitter), Iggy suggested that her time as a musician might be up amid becoming one of 2024’s top OnlyFans earners.

“I’ve always been someone who finds my joy in being creative & seeing my ideas come to life,” she wrote. “For a long time I used music to deliver my big crazy ideas to the world.

“I know a lot of people have this idea that I was ‘bullied away from music’ and that’s something I’ve always laughed at because I’d never be bullied out of anything!”

She continued: “In truth what I’ve known for a long time is that I feel more passionately about design and creative direction than I do about song writing.

“To many of you that’s no shock to read. It shows in my work. Haha! Jokes aside, i do spend a lot more time on that part of things… because Im most confident at that.

OnlyFans star Iggy Azalea has also suggested her time as a musician might be up.
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“That’s why I want to let you know that I’m not going to finish my album.

“It’s been paused for a few months while I was giving direction for a different project & in truth I just haven’t felt the urge to go back to it.

“I feel really happy & passionate in my day to day life when my minds focused on that and so I want to stick to what’s undeniably best for me.”

On OnlyFans, it is estimated that the 33-year-old brings in a whopping $9.2 million per month, according to Tuko News.

Her monthly subscription price is placed at $20.99, and is estimated to generate around $307k in a day.

Iggy is still best known for her music, racking up billions of streams during an acclaimed career.
YouTube/Iggy Azalea

But back when Iggy had a $25-entry fee in 2023, she decided to hit out at a fan’s request to ‘please show more on your OnlyFans’, with it being reported at the time nothing too explicit was being shown.

Well, the ‘Fancy’ rapper responded on social media: “Anyone saying that is broke and hasn’t unlocked the paid content because I pose nude.

“It’s $25 entry, not $25 for full access. They thought wrong.”

This year alone, she’s reportedly already made around $17 million on the platform.

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