There are very many social media platforms that pays people depending on whatever they do. For instance, Facebook can be used for marketing, trading and even blogging. Instagram is used by models, for advertisment and anything that can bring money. For TikTok, users are paid depending on the amount of views they gather on their posts on rather live sessions.
Today, Nation media has taken time to expose the fact that more Kenyans are violating their ability to use TikTok and they actually sell 'sensitive content' for money. Apparently, a user by the name Mary has made a huge number of fan base just by posting and going live late at night while doing seductive content. Mary admitted that she even pins her contact so that anyone willing to send her money can and for those who want streamy dances they are asked to pay for subscription.
Apparently, when you get the live which is always pushed by the algorithm of TikTok, you'll see Mary inviting fans and asking them to tell more people to join. She then starts music and immediately goes on with sensitive moves in her indecent attires. She begs people not to report her live videos to avoid being banned. By the end of the live, Mary approximates her views to a five digit number and she always collects good amount of money from her content. Source, Nation.
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