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2021-01-11T23:41:02Z

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  • Following riots at the Capitol that were egged on by President Donald Trump, the president has been banned or limited on numerous social media platforms, including Twitter and Facebook.
  • Social media users speculated where Trump would go, if anywhere, to continue making posts online.
  • Over the weekend, images of a Trump OnlyFans spread online. The adult content subscription platform told Insider, however, that President Donald Trump did not have an official account, and that “any impersonation profiles have been removed.”
  • OnlyFans has yet to comment on whether or not the president is banned from creating a profile on the site if he wished to do so.
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The news of Twitter and other social media platforms, such as Facebook, banning President Donald Trump following the Capitol riots made waves on the internet. Many people online began wondering what platforms Trump might join to continue broadcasting to his followers.

On Twitter, there was speculation that Trump or his team created an OnlyFans account after a tweet from user @jasminericegirl appeared to show a deactivated verified OnlyFans page with the name Donald J. Trump. The content subscription platform has been popularized by sex workers who post explicit, exclusive content typically for a monthly fee.

The idea quickly spread in other posts and on TikTok.

One TikTok user made fun of Trump being banned from multiple social media platforms and made a video laughing at the alleged OnlyFans account. The video currently has over 1.8 million views and over 546,000 likes.

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And he has 3 posts wtf #fyp #usa #trump #twitter

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The images, though, do not reflect an official account, according to the platform.

An OnlyFans spokesperson told Insider that “Donald Trump does not have an OnlyFans account” and “Any impersonation profiles have been removed.” OnlyFans has not yet responded to a request for comment asking if the president is banned from making an account.

 

Numerous users joked and predicted Trump may start an OnlyFans before the screenshots circulated. “Trump gonna start an OnlyFans,” Variety contributing editor and founder of the Blacklist, Franklin Leonard tweeted.

 

Rapper Freddie Gibbs also joined in on the teasing, tweeting outa screenshot of the Fox News segment showing what platforms the president was banned from and said, “Fam can’t even use the internet.” In a separate tweet, he tweeted out a fake photoshopped image of Trump with the OnlyFans logo and captioned it “F–k it!”

 

The social media platforms that Trump is currently banned on or has restricted access to include Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, Twitch, Shopify, YouTube, Snapchat, TikTok, Discord, and Pinterest. 

Google Play Store, the Apple App store, Amazon AWS, Okta, and Twilio have banned Parler, an app popular among the far-right and conservative groups who support Trump. 

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