Erica Mena Denies Being Broke Despite Joining OnlyFans
‘Wow. This shows you that most of these celebrities really don’t have money,’ one fan writes on Instagram after the ‘LHH: New York’ star follows in her husband’s steps in creating a page on the platform.
- May 2, 2020
AceShowbiz – Erica Mena is setting the record straight. The TV star assures everyone that she’s financially stable despite launching an OnlyFans page, which many people use to hustle.
The “Love & Hip Hop: New York” star follows in her husband Safaree Samuels‘ steps in creating an account at the paid subscription platform that is known for its adult content. It can be seen in a screenshot of her profile that she is charging $29.99 for her monthly subscription.
After the news of her new venture hit the web, trolls quickly insulted the couple, accusing them of being broke. “Oh they broke broke,” one fan was convinced. “Wow. This shows you that most of these celebrities really don’t have money,” one other wrote with someone else saying, “They must be running out of coins.”
Erica appeared to catch wind of the comments. She didn’t waste time to clap back at the haters. “If y’all could you would. Keep that in mind every time y’all think someone is broke just for adding another just because way of getting coins,” she wrote in the comment section of The Shade Room’s Instagram post. Laughing at the speculations, the VH1 personality added, “We so broke So don’t forget to subscribe Y’all !”
Safaree and Erica are not the only celebrities to join OnlyFans. Blac Chyna previously took to Instagram Stories to promote her page with a seductive snap of her facing backwards as she took a dip into the pool. Not long after, she was slammed for her expensive monthly subscription. “Black chyna: *charges $50 for her onlyfans* Me: I’m good luv, enjoy,” one said. “blac chyna stupid ast if she think a Mf finna pay 127$ for 12months on her only fans & you only got one picture B***H FUCC YOU SMD you ugly,” another wrote.
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