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‘That’s how you get a raise’: Worker says manager subscribes to his OnlyFans account

‘And that’s on supporting your employees.’

 

Kathleen Wong

IRL

In a viral TikTok, a TikToker claps back at haters saying his work manager subscribes to his OnlyFans.

Wyatt Vinson (@what_if_wyatt) posted the TikTok on April 11 with the caption, “Aren’t you afraid som1 from work will find your OF [OnlyFans]?” Then the clip flashes to Vinson dancing, and the text overlay reads, “My manager is subscribed already.”

@what_if_wyatt

I’m just gonna start posting all of my drafts because I’ve got too much going on rn to make good content, so, enjoy 😀

♬ original sound – Tayyyyyyy

By Monday, the TikToker had over 224,600 views.

Over the past few years, OnlyFans has blown up in popularity, with many people uploading custom content to paying subscribers—particularly adult content. There are around 2 million content creators making passive income on the platform.

The comment section lit up with support from other TikTokers. “I mean who wouldn’t wanna be,” one person wrote.

“And that’s on supporting your employees,” another said.

“And that’s how you get a raise,” one person commented.

Others chimed in saying their bosses are also subscribed to their OnlyFan accounts. “One of my managers did subscribe and he was one of my best tippers,” one user shared.

Others were shocked. “WHATT,” one commenter wrote.

“That’s gross,” another added.

The Daily Dot reached out to Vinson for comment via Instagram message.


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