After Bella Thorne became the subject of internet controversy, sister Kaili Thorne decided to also join the adult subscription based platform OnlyFans. Since jumping on board, she been criticized by angry X-rated influencers for saying sex work is “not real.”
On Tuesday, Kaili, 28, published a series of posts on Instagram discussion the topic of the sex work industry.
“The argument is that sex should not be work. That’s why it turns into human trafficking and should be stopped. Sex work does not exist. It is not real” she said.
She continued, “Would I call it legit? No. Nothing about ‘sucking for crack’ is legitimate.” She also said OnlyFans creators were “not creative.” “All your bios say the same thing: ‘Insatiable s–t.’ Get creative and maybe you’d keep your clientele,” she said in a video.
But Kaili says she wasn’t bashing anyone and that she was only responding to others commenting on her page. “These girls … have been bullying me nonstop,” she said. “I was not calling any sex worker ‘insatiable s - - t’ or any other type of s–t. I was directing my comments back to these girls that call themselves that.”
“I’m saying that since sex is not work to me, I don’t consider it a job to me,” she adds. “I’m not saying it about anyone else. What people do for a living is their choice.”
Bella, who recently made headlines after earning $2 million on the site in two days, angered sex workers who say she has profited off the industry while doing little to help destigmatize it. She also also been accused of forcing OnlyFans to put caps on how much users are paid.
Bella has since issued an apology saying, “In this process I hurt you and for that I’m truly sorry.”