A Welsh OnlyFans model says she’s been able to use the money she’s made from the platform to buy a London bus she intends to convert into housing.
According to The Mirror, OnlyFans model Hayley Rowson, from Abergele in Wales, says she’s earned almost £12,000 since the start of 2021 by uploading racy pictures and videos to the platform.
That’s well over $16,000 USD in just under five months.
Rowson, 27, used £3,250 of her earnings to purchase a double-decker, which she will trick out for a life on the road with her pets.
With the money she has made so far, Hayley has recently purchased a red London bus for £3,250 and is in the process of converting it in order to move from her home in Abergele and live on the road with her three cats and dog.
‘I’m using £12,000 OnlyFans money to buy a London bus and turn it into a home’
“I’ve had a bad few years, recently selling my house after financial difficulties I’ve always liked the idea of living on the road,” she said.
“Initially I was looking at a container conversion but liked the idea of a bus,” the OnlyFans model of her new London vehicle.
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“My OnlyFans success, I think is mainly down to the fact that I talk to my subscribers and I answer their messages promptly. Effectively it’s like a business, so regardless of the industry, customer service is key.”
The Daily Star reported Rowson uploads content at least three times a day to keep her subscribers invested.
Hayley Rowson, 27, believes to have pocketed almost £12,000 since the start of the year by uploading content on OnlyFans.
Woman sells saucy snaps on OnlyFans then buys London bus to convert into home
The OnlyFans model tells the North Wales Daily Post she thinks more and more people will opt out of traditional living for homes like her London bus.
“People need to realise that there is more to life than working early hours until late at night, there are other ways to make money and your body is the biggest asset you have, people should be proud to show it off,” Rowson said.
“I think that living for a mortgage is a thing of the past, people like to enjoy themselves, and by going part time in my job that I was once working six days a week in now allows me to have that freedom.”
Rowson’s success is similar to that of law grad Alaw Haf, a Liverpool alumna who says she’s among the top 3% of creators on OnlyFans, The Liverpool Echo reported.
A Liverpool law graduate who lost her job at the start of the pandemic has revealed how she’s now earning upwards of £5,000 a month after joining subscription platform OnlyFans.
Liverpool law graduate, 23, making £60k a year on OnlyFans
“OnlyFans has given me way more confidence, this is the most confident I’ve ever felt in my own skin,” model Rowson says of the site that helped her achieve her London bus dream.
“Not because of other people loving my body but because I love my body.”
Rowson’s success on the platform comes amid a near year-long boom spurred on by the coronavirus pandemic, The Financial Times previously reported.
OnlyFans is now one of the UK’s fastest growing tech companies.
The platform where sex workers, celebrities and influencers charge fans for pictures, videos and customised content increased transactions 615 per cent to £1.7bn last year, making it one of the UK’s fastest-growing tech companies.
OnlyFans blurs boundaries as lockdown demand drives success