MAFS Olivia Frazer has revealed that she has started losing OnlyFans subscribers just a matter of months after starting up her account.

Olivia has previously boasted about her success on the content platform by sharing multiple screenshots that showed her in the top 0.01% and 0.02% of all OnlyFans creators.

However, the reality star told In The Deep podcast that her subscriber numbers have been dipping lately.

“I’ve gradually lost subscribers because obviously, the novelty of Olivia Frazer being on OnlyFans is a one-off,” she told the podcast.

She added that her breakup with former co-star and ex Jackson Lonie has contributed to her dip in followers. The controversial pair posted content together on the platform before they broke up.

“I feel like, not only did I lose my partner in Jackson, I also lost my colleague,” she said.

“I’ve just sort of lost momentum… I just needed a little bit of recovery time.”

However, despite the downturn, Olivia said that she’s made a substantial amount of money off the platform, and didn’t plan on making OnlyFans her career forever, anyway.

“I made about half a million [dollars] in four months,” she said, adding: “I don’t plan on doing OnlyFans forever, but I do plan on killing it while I am in the game.”

From this year’s season of MAFS alone, Domenica Calarco, Jackson Lonie, Mitch Eynaud, Jessica Seracino, Kate Laidlaw and Daniel Holmes have all joined the content-sharing platform.

They’ve joined former contestants Jessika Power, Innes Basic, Tamara Joy, Amanda Micallef, Mishell Karen, Hayley Vernon, Alana Lister and Jaimie Gardner who all have active profiles on the platform.

Perhaps the most successful MAFS turned OnlyFans creator is Hayley Vernon who joined OnlyFans in August 2020, and had a hugely successful career on the platform before transitioning into escort work. She has previously revealed that in the two years since starting her account, she has made over $1.3 million.

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