Tammy Tay leaked videos and photographs only on Twitter and Reddit. The common misconception that OnlyF creators are wealthy and make a lot of money may be attested to by Tammy Tay. The 30-year-old was one of three OnlyF creators featured on the Can Ask Meh episode of Our Grandfather Story and recently took part in the YouTube debate series Just Saying. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com
Tay has admitted in the open that she took out a six-figure loan to keep her cosmetics company operating during the pandemic. She owns and manages a face salon and a “pampering spa” in Joo Chiat.
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The industry was compelled to shut down, according to Tay, but her company suffered so badly that she lost five figures every month. The store’s owner declined to close it and expressed “sorry” about firing her staff. To pay for rent and labor expenses, she obtained a loan.
Tay said that because of her job at OnlyF, she would be able to pay off the five-year loan in ten months or less. The creator made her platform debut announcement in late July and reaffirmed that her work was bringing in “great returns.”
However, Tay gave a hazy response of “five digits” when asked how much money she made each month. In addition to subscribing to her content, fans can access Tay’s Telegram service for S$40 (as a starting price), where she gives higher-tipping customers priority.
Pay-per-view films are another fantastic source of income for her, and she makes the most of them. Tay said that without OnlyF, her lack of education and lack of a conventional resume would prevent her from being able to repay the loan. The author said she was willing to convey her tale to her two children, who are 7 and 8 years old, in order to teach them compassion, despite the stigma and what they might think.