After putting our Bible back on our nightstand, and persuing only the outermost regions of the internet, we have discovered that OnlyFans is a site where people can profit off the content that they release through a monthly subscription service. It has—and correct us if we're wrong—become popularized by adult film performers who, according to the New York Times, have benefitted most from the service by giving them an opportunity to make money while also providing all creative control over what gets uploaded. 

Cool, cool, but that's not exactly why we're here. OnlyFans has been trending on Twitter because people were creating a group with very specific interests that rhyme with "fans." Sound confusing? No worries, scroll down and you'll get the idea. 

Aside from this OnlyFans trend feeling like a hashtag rapper's dream come true, this is a devious way to garner attention for a site  with an actual purpose which rhyme has been hiding right under our noses.

OnlyFans, but for people who pay to watch...  


We know, we know. Your mind is blown right now.