As other e-girls are on the internet asking where all the good men have gone, one may be providing the answer to that question after she dumped her boyfriend for refusing to make explicit material with her to sell online.
Kenzie Greaves, a 24-year-old from Australia, claims she showed her boyfriend the door after he didn’t want to be a part of her adult content business.
“Currently, I’m single,” she said. “I ended things with my recent ex because he wasn’t comfortable with OnlyFans, and he didn’t want to be part of the content. Since I couldn’t collaborate with others, it was impossible for him to be in my life.”
With only six years to go before she hits thirty, Greaves seems sure about her career choice and she appears to be okay with her decision.
“I’m content being single for now; it makes life and work much simpler,” she told the Daily Star. “I won’t give up my job for a man; I’ll wait for the right one who either understands the industry or wants to join me in it.”
Greaves didn’t specify how much she makes on the site, but quit her job as a miner and moved to different countries over the past six months.
One thing is certain: she certainly likes the newfound attention.
“It was so wild, I was getting subscribers that were messaging me and telling me that ‘I looked hot at breakfast today,’ or asking if I needed a new co-star who was working at the same site as me,” she said.
31,300 people follow Greaves on Instagram and she charges $14.99 a month for users to see her in her birthday suit on OnlyFans.
“I wouldn’t go back to a 9-5 again,” she said.
Time will tell if the new adult content creator will feel the same about relationships within the adult content world for keeping them separate is preferable.
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