Taking to social media on Tuesday, the pair responded to a fan asking if they would be following in the footsteps of other reality TV stars and creating an account on the adult subscription-based website.
“We get this question a lot and we figured now is a good time to just answer it once and for all,” Holly began.
“No judgment towards anyone who does have OnlyFans, but I think there has been a little bit of a trend in people coming off reality shows and leveraging that degree of fame to then sell nudes online.”
Jimmy then added that his issue with the increasing number of people joining OnlyFans is that they claim they’re doing it for “female and male empowerment”.
“I think that’s a load of crap, personally,” he remarked. “I think you should be a role model to the future generations.
“If you want to celebrate male or female empowerment, start a charity, donate to breast cancer awareness or prostate cancer awareness. Do these things.
“I think it’s a way to grab money, and [you should] think about the example you’re setting for the future generations, for your kids when they’re in school.
‘Thanks for coming to our TED Talk’
On the final Instagram Story, Holly wrote a brief caption clarifying their point of view.
“Our view: Normalising selling naked photos on the internet doesn’t equal male/female empowerment,” she wrote. “If this is your view, totally fine. Just won’t be something we’ll be doing. Thanks for coming to our TED Talk.”
Meanwhile, former MAFS star Hayley Vernon recently shared that she’s made $1.3 million in her two years on the X-rated site.
Other reality TV stars who have joined OnlyFans include Jackson Lonie, Alana Lister, Seb Guilhaus, Mishel Karen and Jessika Power, who is said to have earned an estimated $200,000 in her biggest month on the platform.
Jimmy was approached for MAFS
Speaking with Yahoo Lifestyle last month, Jimmy revealed that he was actually approached to appear on MAFS before The Bachelor.
“I said, ‘Absolutely not’,” he said. “It was just an Instagram message from someone and for me, it was just never going to be something that I could do. It works for some people, but I wanted to meet someone.”
He also shared his thoughts on the upcoming season of The Bachelor, which he believes will take influence from the controversial reality show.
“I have a suspicion that The Bachelor will be a little bit more MAFS-esque,” he said. “And if that's what people want to watch, that's what they should probably do.
“If it is like that, will it produce as many successful couples? Maybe not. But is it going to be entertaining? Probably more entertaining.”
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