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Julia Rose, the online magazine entrepreneur who pulled the ‘HOLLYBOOB’ sign stunt Monday only to be overshadowed by some Real Housewives-looking woman arguing with LeBron in Atlanta, decided to pull the trigger and join OnlyFans. Rose was arrested for her sign stunt and didn’t get the viral lift she was looking for as Super Bowl Week kicked off.
It was horrible timing for Rose, who’s been trying to get men to sign up for ShagMag, her take on reinventing Playboy for a 2020 generation. That wasn’t the only setback for Rose. Instagram has been deleting her accounts for breaking the no-frontal nudity rules. One of her accounts had nearly five million followers as of July, when she was riding high and telling the New York Post about her online magazine goals.
“We are here to replace the bunny,” she said, referencing Playboy. Meanwhile, Instagram has deleted her magazine account. So did Twitter. Her main personal Twitter account with over 600k fans remains.
The 26-year-old Rose told the Post that she “grew up in a conservative family, going to church. I wasn’t allowed to wear a bikini until my senior year in high school.”
Now here she is, trying to strike again during Super Bowl Week with an OnlyFans announcement. A Julia Rose subscription on the adult-content site will run $10 a month, and the prankster, who famously flashed the World Series, promises “the content you’ve all been waiting for is officially here.”
The free market will have to decide that, Julia.