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OnlyFans Boomed In 2020, And Beyonce Was Partially Responsible

Here, it’s worth delving into some more numbers and noting that OnlyFans was already on the rise in 2020 when Beyoncé named-dropped the platform. People have been choosing OnlyFans as a socially distant mode of engagement — particularly in regards to nude content — since the pandemic began in March. Back in that month, as businesses and more were shutting down, OnlyFans started adding more and more people to the platform, both from the content creation and subscription end. An earlier stat notes that 3.7 people registered for the platform between March and the end of April, just as the pandemic was getting into full swing. (As noted prior, at the start of the year the platform already had 7.5 million subscribers.)

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