Echo Lawrence - May 4, 2020
I guess she was doing what many other influencers have done over the years, which is build the base with provocative photos and once hitting the numbers that brands like, polarize the heck out of it to make sure that the advertisers who pay per post don't know that the content was really targeted at basic men into young women in bikinis, which in Sophie Mudd's case, was young women spilling out of bikinis.
As it turns out, that whole attempt at being a fashion influencer, or one that targets women, instead of the base of men she has was thrown out the window this past weekend when she launched a fan platform account for paying customers.
It is the biggest thing happening to influencers these COVID quarantine days, they are all letting you pay them a monthly fee for their nudes or semi nudes, even morning messages. The whole thing is very porny and takes away from the whole "look at that babe living that hot life". So I don't understand why you'd sign up for that, but guys are crazy, fans are crazy, they think they are being supportive, when really the women are just using them!
The nice thing about the internet though, is that all that content surfaces anyway from the suckers paying these girls, so we get to see it all anyway with our wallets in pocket unscathed like the TRUE heroes we are.
All this to say, it's great to see her follow her chosen path, destined path and taking the provocative approach to standing out, because frankly, she was getting boring!
When you are given someone exceptional, like her breasts, you must not turn your back on them and treat them like they don't exist, when they are in fact EVERYTHING! Or in her case big enough to be everything.