Cardi B Backstage.

Cardi B partners up with OnlyFans, but she’s not going back to the ‘pole.’ If you thought Cardi’s acting out anything from her song “WAP” with Megan Thee Stallion, you are mistaken.

The plan for the chart-topping rapper is to release behind the scenes information and address rumors. Which is pretty much everything most artists are doing on Instagram or Twitter for free. Her OnlyFans is up and running right now for a $5 subscription at a discount.

Cardi Tweeted shortly after going live in response to complaints about her account being $10 at first. “Ummm I did not know my onlyfans was charging ten dollars … I’m bringing it down to 4.99. Ya spend too much on vinyls and my merch coming next week.”

Not much is on the Bronx raised rapper’s OnlyFans account yet. So far there’s a behind the scenes look at Cardi’s cover shoot with ELLE magazine. During the shoot, she listened to Teyana Taylor’s entire album. She teased that a behind the scenes look at the “WAP” music video with Megan Thee Stallion is coming next.

Cardi B partners up with OnlyFans and it makes perfect sense after the release of “WAP.”

Cardi’s new single “WAP” is trending and is causing a big debate regarding sexuality. The discussion even stretched to the timing of the release, considering what’s happening socially in America. Why the controversy? Before we also dive into lyrics, the song title stands for ‘wet-a** p***y.’ That alone turned heads; the beat alone is infectious, but the words keep your mouth wide open.

“Yeah, you fuckin’ with some wet-a** py Bring a bucket and a mop for this wet-a** py Give me everything you got for this wet-a** p***y.” The ladies’ rap with confidence on the hook.”

Cardi B partners up with OnlyFans and it makes perfect sense after dropping a song like “WAP.” OnlyFans is well-known for its adult content; however, any content creator can produce on the platform. The site hosts other creators like chefs, fitness instructors, etc. — it’s just that the reputation of OnlyFans precedes itself.

Creators get paid directly for their work by fans monthly via subscriptions. It’s a service similar to Patreon, which is known for hosting YouTube personalities on its platform.

Will paying for an inside look into your favorite rapper, actor, or singers’ lives cost you something? Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook brought the walls down between fan and celebrity. If anybody else plans to follow Cardi’s steps, make sure it’s unique. Let us know what you think in the comments.

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