Youtuber Trisha Paytas Faces Backlash For 'Sexualizing' Pregnancy By Posting TOPLESS Pics For OnlyFans-READ TWEETS

Trisha Paytas is 16-weeks pregnant and is married to Israeli artist and content creator Moses Hacmon

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Youtuber Trisha Paytas Faces Backlash For 'Sexualizing' Pregnancy By Posting TOPLESS Pics For OnlyFans-READ TWEETS
YouTuber Trisha Paytas is reportedly 16-weeks pregnant and she has faced nasty backlash from the internet, while many users claimed that she was exploiting her pregnancy for OnlyFans money. 

The 33-year-old content creator, who uses "they" and "them" pronouns, tweeted a semi-nude photo on March 26 including links to their OnlyFans account. "Cue incoming sex work shaming because I'm a mom comments," they captioned the post. 


This comes after a controversial March 16 tweet featuring two nude photos of Paytas censored with emoticons, in which they told fans that the "full uncensored" version was available on their OnlyFans.

Paytas’ defiant response sparked debate about whether adult content creators should be promoting sex work while being pregnant. Many users continued to accuse the YouTuber of "sexually exploiting" their pregnancy for profit.

"Yea because you’re like 'Omg 18+ content feat. my fetusssss' as if the fetus is something to make sexual content with lmao. quit acting like you’re not doing that shit on purpose. IT'S WEIRD TO MAKE PREGNANCY THE FOREFRONT OF YOUR PORN CAREER," one Twitter user wrote.





"Yasss making porn with your unborn child who can't consent to being sexually exploited you are such a slay girl boss the house," another wrote.

"Yet another beautiful memory to share with your unborn child. Maybe give it a break for 9 months, money isn't everything," a comment read.

Meanwhile, some even stood in support of the Youtuber. 




"Fuck ‘em! Make that chedda," cosmetologist Brett Rossi tweeted.

"You aren't the only one," fellow OnlyFans creator @christina_xoxo wrote. "Any time I comment to anyone on Twitter, or they check my profile, I get the "get a real job", "don't you have kids", "I bet your parents are so proud", etc. It's extremely frustrating," she added.

"Everyone hates on the sex worker and forgets that without an audience the genre wouldn't exist. And there's hella audience for such things. Supply and demand," one fan chimed in.

Paytas is married to Israeli artist and content creator Moses Hacmon. The couple originally announced their pregnancy on February 14 and found themselves on the receiving end of a wave of negative comments on social media, with many claiming Paytas wouldn't be a good parent. 

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