Would you ever live stream your birth to make money?

Would you ever live stream your birth to make money?

One woman has vowed to take to OnlyFans to live stream her birth and make a whole lot of money in the process.

Carla Bellucci

The pandemic has left the job market in tatters. Unfortunately, a high number of businesses have been forced to close or make retrenchments, leaving many without jobs. While the job market seems to be opening up again, people are looking into alternative ways to make money. One woman in particular has been cashing in on her pregnancy on adult content subscription service OnlyFans and has promised followers that she will live stream her birth for a whopping R200,000!

Carla Bellucci, a woman who is currently expecting her fourth child, has achieved a great amount of success through OnlyFans where she has been uploading images of her baby bump for those with a 'pregnancy fetish', making just under R800,000 to date.

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Now, she plans to make a further R200,000 by live streaming her birth.

"I have been offered £10,000 from one of my OnlyFans to live-stream my birth – and you know what, why not?” Carla says in an interview with The Daily Star. “I am going to give fans the chance to live-stream my birth for £10,000. I mean, people give birth on that programme One Born Every Minute and I can’t see the difference. I’m sure they don’t even get paid!"

Carla adds that she expects a flood of hate from internet trolls, but admits that she doesn’t let the negativity stop her from providing for her family. "I know people are going to go crazy but I’m a businesswoman and I need to make money," she says. "I am my business… I am nervous about live-streaming my birth but at the end of the day it’s a lot of money to refuse."

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Carla adds that since announcing her pregnancy on OnlyFans, she has been inundated with requests to buy her breast milk – but that’s an area she refuses to explore, calling the requests "totally random" and "shocking".

Interestingly, Carla and her husband, who encourage their kids to be social media stars in their own right, have revealed that they will be keeping images of their new baby off social media until someone offers them the right sum. "I'd want a good magazine deal, I'd want around £15,000," she says. "I know it's not loads of money, but I am not Katie Price so can't ask for half a million just yet."

Image courtesy: Instagram

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