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‘Drag Race’ star Katya is the newest celeb to join OnlyFans

'She's in lingerie sitting on a cake.'


Moises Mendez II


Posted on Sep 11, 2020

Former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Katya Zamolodchikova has officially joined OnlyFans. On the platform, Katya, whose given name is Brian McCook, is sharing X-rated content to explore “the erotic side” of his Russian drag queen persona.

For access to McCook’s page, fans must pay $9.99 per month. The site offers subscribers access to creators’ pages of exclusive content. As of right now, McCook has 12 posts and has accumulated over 1,400 likes on the page. McCook announced the OnlyFans page in a Twitter post that has over 11,000 likes and an Instagram post that has over 63,000 likes.

McCook’s fans were vocal about their excitement for this new endeavor on social media.

“I’m curious enough to see if this is legit that I’ll pay the $10, fuck it,” user @pokebunnie tweeted. The fan later gave an update on the type of content on the OnlyFans page. “A trailer montage of an upcoming video, equal parts slutty and bizarre, as one would expect,” the user wrote. “She’s in lingerie sitting on a cake. I think we’re in for a wild ride, y’all.”

Another user, @mydearestKatya tweeted, “You have saved 2020 for me but also probably ruined my relationship.”

Users also tweeted reactions with Drag Race memes.

Fans first met McCook on season 7 of Drag Race, where he placed fifth. He won over viewers and was given the title of Miss Congeniality. She later made a comeback and competed in RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2, where he came in second place.

McCook joins many other celebrities who have ventured onto OnlyFans, including Cardi B, Bella Thorne, Rico Nasty, and Blac Chyna.

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*First Published: Sep 11, 2020, 4:12 pm CDT