Abby Chatfield brutally cracks down on Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston in OnlyFans feud

Abby Chatfield criticized fellow Bach stars Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston after the duo revealed why they would never star in OnlyFans.

Bachelor couple Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston have faced sledging from fellow Bach star Abby Chatfield after revealing why they’ll never join the stream of former reality TV stars signing up for OnlyFans.

Nicholson said that he thought reality TV stars joining OnlyFans for “empowerment” were “a bunch of crap” and that people should “donate to charity” if they want to feel empowered.

During an Instagram fan Q&A on Wednesday, the couple said they would not be joining the subscription-only platform, which often contains pornographic content, because they want to be “a role model for future generations.”

The discussion drew a strong reaction from radio host and feminist Abby, who called their comments “the shame of sex work” and responded, “No one really asked what you think about the morality around Only Fans or sex work.

“It was like a vessel to talk about you firing people who make OnlyFans.”

Newly Announced masked singer The 26-year-old judge said the couple’s claim that other reality TV stars were “using fame to sell nudity online” was no different from how they walked away from Bachelor to full-fledged influencers.

“Essentially what you’re saying is ‘Without judgment but if you’re doing it it’s not good, you’re just using your reality TV experience’ – which is exactly what we’ve all fucking done… We commodify the content,” she said.

“Obviously sex workers are very different in how they are marginalized (and) in the kind of work they do… I’m not saying that influencers are the same as sex workers, but in this regard I I say that you are talking about your problem. is that people use their reality TV experience to make money… I don’t see how the influence is different in that regard.”

She explained, “I think promoting things like skin care products and things that you have to ingest and try is literally using your body to sell a product.”

“All you had to say was, ‘Not for us, but all power for you,'” she said.

“To say it’s ‘a load of crap’, that it’s ‘female empowerment’ already shows the suggestion that it’s ‘just these reality TV chicks going after the money, how dare they.’

She also pointed out that their comments did not recognize their privileged position.

“People do sex work for a lot of reasons, and one of those reasons is to make money to survive. It’s very ironic to come from influencers… and quite wealthy people who went to private schools in Sydney and live in Bondi.”

To Jimmy’s suggestion that people should donate to charities to feel strong and “be a role model” to younger fans, Abby said the comment was made in a way that made charities feel like the “antithesis” of sex work. as if sex work is worth an apology.

“To be a role model you don’t have to be ‘pious’, you don’t have to be ‘lady’, you don’t have to be ‘cool’… You can be a sex worker and play the role of a model and you can be a non-sex worker and be a complete fucking liberal voting piece of shit,” she shot at the 32-year-old pilot, whose palatial family home on Sydney’s northern beaches was shown during his Bachelor season.

Jimmy and Holly took to Instagram to answer questions related to whether they would follow in the footsteps of MAFS couple Olivia Fraser and Jackson Loney and join OnlyFans.

“We get asked this question a lot and we thought now is the time to answer it once and for all,” Holly began.

“No judgment on who has OnlyFans, but I think there’s some tendency for people to come out of reality shows and use that degree of notoriety to then sell nudes online.”

Jimmy then denied claims that people are joining the platform to “empower women and men”.

“Personally, I think this is complete nonsense. I think you should be a role model for future generations. If you want to celebrate the empowerment of men or women, start a charity, make a donation to raise awareness about breast cancer or prostate cancer,” he continued.

“I think it’s a way to get money, and [you should] think about the example you are setting for future generations, your children, when they are in school.”

Holly concluded, “Our point of view is that normalizing the sale of nude photos online does not mean empowering men and women. If that’s your point of view, then it’s all right. It just won’t be something we’ll do. Thanks for coming to our TED Talk.”

Abby said she sent Holly a private message this week hoping the couple would apologize for their “misunderstanding” of sex work, but to no avail. She later revealed that she spoke to Jimmy on the phone and said that he “sticks to his opinion”.

“The tone of voice was just the way I imagine daddy is giving you trouble but making fun of you because I never had a father so I don’t react to things like that,” she joked about the conversation.

Jimmy and Holly became famous after meeting on Bachelor last year in the lowest-rated season in franchise history.

They have both achieved success as Instagram influencers.

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