IG Model Who Claims She Pleasured The Phoenix Suns Made Enough Money Off Her OnlyFans In 24 Hours To Pay For Her Father’s Therapy For A Year

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With unemployment numbers hitting post-World War II records, 51 million fiscally-strapped citizens of this great nation must get crafty as lawmakers fart around a second stimulus package.

While many have started resale business or picked up delivery shifts, arguably no one has demonstrated more entrepreneurial spirit than Ayyyejae.

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Over Memorial Day, in the weeds of the global crisis, the intrepid Instagram model decided to try her hand mouth at the services industry, a thriving sector that rakes in $15.5 trillion annually, according to a government census.

Ayyyejae’s relevant experience includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Ability to leverage influencer talent in a meaningful way.
  • Multi-tasking.
  • Works well in group settings.
  • Inspires others (Suns went 8-0 in the bubble).
  • Lock-jaw resistant.

Ayyyejae appeared on the No Jumper podcast this week to discuss how entrepreneurship never sleeps, not even on her birthday.

In the wake of the viral clip above, which at the time of this writing has 13 million views, Ayyyejae not only went from 3,000 Instagram followers to 39,500 followers, but her OnlyFans account attracted enough subscriptions to earn her a full year room-and-board at an Ivy League institution.

Ayyyejae later posted on her Instagram story that the final haul for the day was actually $46,945.

According to the professional therapy site Thervo, the average 45-60 minute therapy session cost between $60-$120. Given the nature of the trauma, we’ll use $120 for our hypothetical.

$46,945 divided by $120 = 391.

Ayyyejae could pay for her father’s therapy session every single day for 13 months.

Add “Loving Daughter” to her already robust resume.