Moneybagg Yo’s girlfriend Ari Fletcher has revealed she is considering joining OnlyFans, but a vital step must be taken first.
On Tuesday (May 23), Fletcher took to Twitter to discuss a possible new venture. The influencer said she’ll join the adult subscription service, but with one condition: her boyfriend’s mixtape needs to go to No.1.
“When Bagg drop his mixtape and go #1 I’m making my onlyfans. I already got my first video ready… somebody tell him to hurry up!” she tweeted.
Check out her tweet below:
When Bagg drop his mixtape and go #1 I’m making my onlyfans. I already got my first video ready… somebody tell him to hurry up!
— KYLESISTER (@AriTheDon) May 24, 2023
Ari’s tweet is in reference to Moneybagg’s upcoming project, Hard to Love, which is set to drop on Friday (May 26) via CMG/N-Less/Interscope Records.
The project serves a follow up to his 2021 album, A Gangsta’s Pain. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, spawning chart-topping singles like “Said Sum” and “Wockesha.”
In an Instagram post earlier this month, the rapper explained his absence to his fans.
“Yooo, I know it’s been a minute. I miss y’all as much as y’all miss me,” he said. “A lot has happened in 2 years. I gained and lost more than I ever thought I would and had no other safe outlet for all the emotions and dark thoughts that came wit that other than making music.”
He continued: “I’m blessed to have an art form to express myself inside and out with you all. Demario is the one that all the shit happened to but nobody understood that I gotta wake up and be Bagg every day to provide for my family and continue to carve my legacy but it’s not easy balancing the two.”
Moneybagg added: “Not to mention while I was wrapping up the album I was hit with a tragedy that would affect my kids and me forever. Stack that on top of losing Nuski my right hand man to the streets and then my left hand man A to the Feds. It was loss after loss in my eyes while the rest of the world was still moving on.”
While the full tracklist has yet to be announced, Hard 2 Love was spearheaded by the recently-released GloRilla collab “On Wat U On” and December’s “Quickie.”