South African veteran actress Rami Chuene’s daughter Nthateng Chuene set up an OnlyFans account to pay for culinary school back in 2019.
HOW IT STARTED
Nthateng Chuene, a Rhodes University alumni, set up an OnlyFans account to fund Culinary school. Nthateng Chuene graduated from Rhodes University in 2018 and seemed to be seeking a second qualification.
“When child of mine is a graduate. Hey @n_chuene! What a journey, what a wow! I’m so so proud! 👩🏽🎓🎓❤️❤️❤️😭😭😭,” wrote Rami on Instagram.
Rami Chuene took to Twitter in October 2019 to support her daughters OnlyFans account by endorsing it over her Twitter page which has over 826 000 followers.
“This child of mine has this thing going. Please subscribe! #CoochieForACause yes, I’m retweeting under duress🤷🏽♀️,” wrote Rami Chuene on Twitter.
— Rami Chuene🌈🏳️🌈 (@ramichuene) October 23, 2019
OnlyFans is a social media platform that was launched in 2016 which allows account owners to monetise their content similar to the way it’s done on YouTube. However, followers on OnlyFans pay a subscription fee to access content which remains locked and therefore it is unavailable to non-paying users.
This is why users tend to use the platform to share adult content. N#des are often shared on the platform for money. This is what Rami Chuene’s daughter did to raise funds for culinary school using the hashtag — #CoochieForACause.
“Hey guys, please subscribe to my OnlyFans. The first 20 subscribers get to subscribe at a discounted rate for their first 30 days. Highkey, highkey just tryna make money to get myself to Culinary School one day. So help a sis out,” wrote Nthateng on Twitter in a tweet that has since been deleted.
While a substantial number of Tweeps commended Rami Chuene for being a supportive parent, others questioned her parenting skills. A tweep said that if this is what a supportive parent is he would be “the most unsupportive parent ever”.
Rami Chuene promoting her daughter’s Only Fans account. If that’s what supportive parenting is these days. I’m getting off the fucking bus right now 😂 I’m going to be the most unsupportive parent ever. What in the actual fuck!?
— Florida Man (@C_chaba) October 24, 2019
While another Tweep said that actors are not being paid enough if their children have to turn to becoming “digital strippers” to pay their tertiary fees.
Guys we need to pay our actors more. Rami Chuene is pimping her daughter to be a digital stripper on OnlyFans because she cant afford fees for school. 😭😭😭
— Mntungwa (@Sandile_K14) October 24, 2019
However, according to Idols Net Worth Rami Chuene’s net worth is a whopping $2.5 million (R37 million). Would you allow your child to open a raunchy OnlyFans account for a “cause”?
HOW IT’S GOING
Is Nthateng Cheuen still on OnlyFans? Well the platform only allows account holders to view content. Therefore it is unclear whether she is still on OnlyFans. However, her Instagram account also has a few raunchy snaps.
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