Vlog Squad member and Facebook Gaming streamer Corinna Kopf says she’s made $4.2 million from OnlyFans in a little over a month.
Kopf revealed the figure in a vlog with David Dobrik, who returned to his channel in June after a three-month break following allegations of sexual assault and bullying against members of the Vlog Squad.
In the video, Dobrik asks her to disclose how much she’s made to date.
“It’s actually not as crazy as you think,” she says, then revises, “Well, it’s crazy.”
Kopf previously said she made $1 million in the first 48 hours after joining OnlyFans, a subscription platform that’s best known for its vast population of NSFW creators (though it is reportedly moving away from NSFW content as it tries to raise fresh funding at a valuation of more than $1 billion).
To Dobrik, Kopf added, “My first tit pic ever made $165,000.”
According to Kopf’s OnlyFans profile, a subscription to access her feed costs $25 per month, with multimonth bundles that take 10%, 15%, and 20% off if folks subscribe for three, six, or 12 months, respectively. Per FansMetrics, a stats site that appears to have accurately reported Kopf’s earnings before she disclosed them (estimated $2.08-$2.6 million per month versus $2.1 million actual), she has around 129,000 subscribers total.
Kopf has made 65 posts so far. In one from June 14, she addressed early accusations that she was simply charging OnlyFans users for content already posted to her public Instagram.
“not every picture is going to be the craziest thing you’ve ever seen!!” she wrote. “if you don’t like my content here then unsubscribe! a lot of the shit i’ve posted already would get me banned on IG and other things are just extra content for you to enjoy, so take it for what it is.”
Kopf is far from the first content creator to begin vending content on OnlyFans. YouTuber Tana Mongeau, for example, joined in 2020, and per FansMetrics–which, to be clear, may not be 100% accurate–has 34,000 subscribers. (Her estimated monthly earnings are hidden.) Fellow YouTuber Trisha Paytas, who joined earlier this year, is earning an estimated $27,000 to $45,000 monthly from 10,000 subscribers.