Abbie Chatfield savages Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston in a quarrel with OnlyFans

Abbie Chatfield has condemned fellow Bach stars Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston after the duo revealed why OnlyFans will never work.

Boyfriend Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston sledded with Bach star Abbie Chatfield after discovering why they will never join the tide of former reality stars signing up for OnlyFans.

Nicholson said he thinks reality stars joining OnlyFans to “empower” is “shit” and that people should “donate to charity” if they want to feel empowered.

During a question and answer from fans on Instagram on Wednesday, the couple said they would not join the subscription-only platform, which often contains pornographic content, because they want to be a “role model for future generations”.

The discussion provoked violent reactions radio host and feminist voice Abbiewho called their comments “a shame for sex work” and replied, “No one actually asked you what you think about morality regarding Only Fans or sex work.

“This was like a ship to talk about your dismissal of people working OnlyFans.”

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The newly announced Masked singer judge26 said the couple’s claim that other reality stars “use fame to sell nudity online” is no different than how The Bachelor for full-fledged influencers.

“Basically what you’re saying is ‘No condemnation, but if you do this, it’s not good, you’ve just used your experience on reality TV’ – which is exactly what we’ve all fucking done … We’re commodifying content,” she said. she said.

Je Obviously sex workers are very different in the way they are marginalized (and) in the work they do… I’m not saying influencers are the same as sex workers at all, but in that sense I say you talk about your problem is that people take advantage of their experience on reality TV to make money … I don’t see how different the impact is in that regard. ”

She explained: “I think promoting things like skin care and the things you need to eat and the things you need to try – it’s literally using your body to sell products.”

“All you had to say was ‘Not for us, but like all the power to you,'” she said.

“To say it’s ‘a bunch of bullshit’ that it’s ‘women’s empowerment’ already shows the assumption that it’s ‘just fish from these reality shows going into cash as they dare.'”

She also pointed out that their comments did not recognize their privileged position.

“People engage in sex work for many reasons, and one of those reasons is making money to survive. It’s very ironic that they come from influencers … and people who are pretty well-to-do, who went to private schools in Sydney and live in Bondi. “

On Jimmy’s suggestion that people should donate to charity to feel empowered and “be a role model” to young fans, Abbie said the comment was made in a way that charity looks like an “antithesis” for sex work, as if it were sex work we need to apologize.

To be a role model, you don’t have to be ‘pious’, you don’t have to be a ‘lady’, you don’t have to be ‘posh’ … You can be a sex worker and be a model, and you can be a non-sex worker and be a complete fucking liberal voting shit, ”she shot at the 32-year-old pilot, whose luxury family home on Sydney’s north beaches was unveiled during his Bachelor season.

Jimmy and Holly went to Instagram to answer questions about whether they would follow in their footsteps MAFS couple Olivia Frazer and Jackson Lonie i join OnlyFans.

“We often get this question and we’ve decided that now is the time to answer it once and for all,” Holly began.

“Without condemning anyone who has OnlyFans, but I think there was a small trend in people getting out of reality shows and taking advantage of that degree of fame to then sell nudes online.”

Jimmy then dismissed claims that people were joining a platform to “empower women and men”.

“I think it’s a lot of shit, personally. I think you should be a role model for future generations. If you want to celebrate the empowerment of men or women, start a charity, donate for breast cancer or prostate cancer awareness, ”he continued.

“I think it’s a way to grab money, and [you should] think about the example you set for future generations, to your children when they are in school. ”

Holly concluded: “Our view: Normalizing the sale of nude photos online is not equal to empowering men / women. If this is your opinion, that’s fine. It will not be something we will do. Thanks for coming to our TED talk. ”

Abbie said she sent Holly a private message this week in hopes the couple would apologize for their “misunderstanding” about sex work, but to no avail. She later revealed that she spoke to Jimmy on the phone and said he “keeps to his opinion”.

“The tone of my voice was the way I imagine my dad getting you in trouble, but they’re joking about you because I’ve never had a dad, so I don’t react to those things,” she joked.

Jimmy and Holly became famous after the meeting The Bachelor last year in what it was the season with the lowest rating in franchise history.

They both succeeded as Instagram influencers.

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