OnlyFans star, Ruby Drew, shares the weird requests that made her a million dollars in a year

From being mean to people to wet socks, one Aussie 20-year-old is making serious bank on OnlyFans.

OnlyFans star Ruby Drew has shared the "unexpected" content requests that made her a millionaire during her first year of OnlyFans.

After a bad breakup in lockdown, 20-year-old Ruby Drew started an OnlyFans account in a bid to make some extra cash. But, once she realised there was a lot of money in making custom content for her subscribers her income quickly snowballed, and the whole initiative was led by first by a former partner who was left wanting more.

"I was with this boy in high school who I was head over heels in love with, but as most high school relationships go, we drifted apart when he moved away. I hadn’t talked to him for a few years before he reached out on OnlyFans," Ruby said.

OnlyFans' Ruby Drew
OnlyFans' Ruby Drew became a millionaire from OnlyFans. Photo:

"At first, I thought it was a joke, but then he started asking for custom content made just for him.”

While Ruby was surprised to see his name pop up, she was happy to oblige his requests.

"Honestly, I was flattered he was still thinking of me and still wanted me. I loved it! He wanted all sorts of videos of me doing explicit things and moaning his name while I did it. At one stage, he was spending about $1500 a week on my content," she revealed.


“The people I know in real life are the ones to request custom content the most, actually. A lot of videos are requested of me moaning their names.”

But according to Ruby, that’s the least of unexpected requests she’s received in her time on the platform.

OnlyFans' Ruby Drew poses in swimwear
Ruby Crew made content for one of her ex-boyfriends on OnlyFans. Photo:

“I had one guy who supported me all through COVID that just wanted videos of me dancing in my backyard with socks on and then slowly peeling off the wet dirty socks,” she explained.


It’s Ruby’s willingness to indulge unusual desires that earned her $1 million in her first year on OnlyFans.... but the spicy content creator warns it’s not easy.

“It’s uncomfortable. I’m not good at being mean to people. But if people are paying good money for me to speak to them badly, who am I to refuse?”

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