Protecting content has become harder and harder as it is too easy to screenshot or screen record content nowadays.
Yasmina Khan, a Bengali-born adult star in the UK -most well-known for making over $250k a year from selling her flatulence in jars- says she is being ripped off.
She says those who are creating fake accounts to profit off her likeness are “p***ing” her off.
Apparently, anyone taking a small portion of her already high income has enraged her as well as made her feel complimented.
So, she took to Twitter to vent about the issue.
“I have sooooo many fake accounts of me, it’s really starting to p*** me off,” she said.
“But then it makes me feel sexy at the same time cos it means I must be attractive,” she said, seemingly not finding her looks-based income to be enough validation.
With more than 358k followers on Twitter, a few jumped at the opportunity to smother her with validation with likely hopes of being noticed by her for a brief moment.
“That’s a compliment right, sucks people are using your content though!” one user wrote.
“You know you have made it when people make fake accounts of you…….so it’s a compliment really,” another wrote.
“And reality is people would only fake if there was a demand for you and there would only be a demand for you if people found you attractive,” they added as if her lucrative business wasn’t already enough for her to know that.
Ironically, 25-year-old Khan’s “stardom” began when made a fake Tweet at 17-years-old.
“My mum caught me f**gering myself and now I’m getting sent back to Bangladesh,” she wrote under a fake account name.
“Goodbye UK. I’ll miss you all.”
The tweet went viral due to the controversy around her being Muslim and led to her ultimately building an adult content business around her newfound followers.
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