The leading male Only Fans creators are currently hitting the drawing board as Chris Brown is now their competition.
The ‘Wall To Wall’ singer will offer up subscription-only content for $20 per month, he announced Wednesday night with a series of eye emojis and a link to his page.
Chris Brown joins a host of other artists who have created an account on OnlyFans, which is a platform popularly used in the adult entertainment industry.
Tyga, whom Chris has collaborated with often in the past on a number of singles and the LP Fan of a Fan: The Album in 2015, launched his subscription account to promote his music and share explicit content with his fans.
However, that isn’t the only use of the platform for other artists.
Cardi B has used her OnlyFans account to address her divorce against husband Offset, which she filed back in September then dismissed earlier this month.