The truth about Blueface's Only Fans: A homemade reality show and "bad girls club"

Olivia Olphin October 14, 2020

Rapper Blueface recently came into the online spotlight for his outrageous Only Fans content and controversial statement about voting. Here is the truth about Blueface’s Only Fans: a homemade reality show and self-proclaimed “bad girls club”, where women in bikinis square off.

Spotlight on Blueface

Blueface is a rapper best known for his songs Daddy (feat. Rich the Kid), Thotania and Bleed It, which all have over 100 million streams on Spotify. Thotania alone has been streamed 288,221,627 times by fans and newcomers alike.

However the rapper recently caused some controversy by stating that he wasn’t going to vote in the upcoming US presidential election this November. He said on The Cruz Radio Show: “I don’t know…nah, I just ain’t really…I don’t know, I ain’t in that stage in my life” and also, “look at my face, you think they give a fuck about who I vote for?”

The increasing popularity of Only Fans

Only Fans is an online platform that allows users to share and charge for content. Whether that’s videos, photos or even explicit sexual materials, the platform allows users to upload their own creations and and charge what they want for users’ access.

The website states that: “if you use social media and produce your own content, you should be using Only Fans. Whether you’re uploading tutorials, tips, behind the scenes footage or just endless selfies, a lot of your followers would be willing to pay for them.”

BlueFace’s Only Fans: Bad girls club reality show

It seems that BlueFace’s Only Fans contains videos of women fighting each other in minimal clothing. The information on his Only Fans states “BlueGC 2020 starts now subscribe to see the top 16 candidates and who makes the final 8”, suggesting a knock-out fighting type competition.

Blueface has stated he wanted to turn his house into the new Bad Girls Club. The women are now living at the rapper’s house full-time and the Only Fans content has turned into a reality show. Other content on the account contains twerking and open discussions about sex.

Many people on Twitter see Blueface’s Only Fans as harmless competition and entertaining reality show content. However, there’s another group of people that consider it a potential exploitation of young women and needless violence. Such as one user below:

Meanwhile, some fans are calling Blueface’s Only Fans a scam, claiming the rapper doesn’t post much exclusive content and promises more than he can deliver.

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Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.