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Creators on OnlyF can bring in handsome income. Last month, for example, Insider author Marta Biino asked eight OnlyF models how much they make for a year. Their answers ranged from $143,000 to over $5 million.

While there are opportunities to earn good money from OnlyF, it can also lead to bad or embarrassing situations. A YouTuber claims she was fired from her job as a nurse after colleagues were caught watching her content on her watch. More simply, another OnlyF creator went viral after filming himself trying to explain his job to an accountant.

Now, another TikToker and OnlyF YouTuber has gone viral after sharing her uncomfortable experience buying a car from a Subaru dealership. In a video with more than 355,000 views, TikTok user Madi (@yourfavoritedaughter2) recounts the whole experience. “I was really embarrassed because I bought a car the other day and the car salesman asked me what I do for a living,” she began. “I was like, ‘Oh, I’m an influencer,’ because I thought it was funny and didn’t know what else to say.”

She said she continued to talk to the seller and became friendly. She ended up buying a car, but didn’t pick it up until the next morning. When she arrived the next morning, she learned that the entire dealership knew about her career as an “influencer.” “Then [the seller] asked me in front of everyone, ‘What is your Instagram?’” Madi frowned. She then shared her Instagram name with the seller, after which he discovered her real source of income.

“He looked at it and said, ‘Oh, that’s what you’re doing,'” Madi said. “There were a lot of people there. I was like, no way, I’m sorry.” In the comment section, many users joked about Madi’s situation, while also praising her for earning enough money to buy a car. “Own it. No need to be embarrassed or awkward,” wrote one user. “That’s why you buy cars with other people’s money! I wish I could do that.”

“I don’t know how many of them will help you pay for your car,” joked another. “Why are you shy? Be proud of yourself and what you do,” said a third. “If you respect yourself, no one will judge you!” The Daily Dot reached out to Madi via Instagram direct message.

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