Rubi Rose has made quite a bit of bank on OnlyFans, and that dough comes from folks who are willing to drop hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of dollars for exclusive content.

The rapper and model has shown her gratitude by linking up with her top spender on the platform on Friday (December 1). “I ran into my #1 spender on onlyfans [weeping face emoji],” she wrote alongside a pair of images, with one of the images revealing that the spender — whose identity hasn’t been confirmed — dropped an eye-watering $62,000 on her content.

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Rose initially joined OnlyFans back in 2020, and reportedly made more than $100,000 within 48 hours.

Check out the proof of the meeting below.

Rubi Rose’s swift and steady come up hasn’t just benefitted her — she’s also taken the time to help out her family members.

In a series of Father’s Day Instagram stories posted on June 18, the rapper can be seen spending time with her dad, John Benton.

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“Happy Father’s Day to my papa,” Rose captioned an image of her next to her dad when she was younger. In a subsequent story, Benton can be seen taking a hit from a smoking device. Under the video clip, she wrote: “the person who taught me not to give a fuck and do whatever tf I want.”

The final story on her Instagram profile is a screenshot of her sending her dad $10,000. The transfer is labeled “Something light!”

Rubi Rose Reacts To Kevin Gates Name-Dropping Her In Explicit Freestyle

Rubi Rose Reacts To Kevin Gates Name-Dropping Her In Explicit Freestyle

Though she seems to be doing great financially, Rose was recently hit with a civil suit from a Los Angeles-based artist who claims that the raunchy rapper damaged some expensive pieces of artwork while filming her “Twork” video.

Court documents obtained by TMZ reveal that Argentina-born Analia Saban is suing Rose, her videographers, and her label for the damage. Saban claimed that Rose turned on a high-pressure fire hose during her video shoot, and the spraying water caused irreparable damage to the sculptures.

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Saban is suing Rubi Rose and her crew for more than $300,000. Saban’s artwork usually retails for about $3,500 and up, according to her website.