MAFS Stacey Hampton Reveals She’s Going Private on Instagram

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Married At First Sight’s Stacey Hampton reveals she’s going private on Instagram – after cutting her fee on OnlyFans days after joining the site

Married At First Sight star Stacey Hampton has become a breakthrough star since appearing on the reality show.

And on Tuesday, the 27-year-old revealed that she has made her Instagram private and is now focused on God.

Stacey shared the announcement via Instagram stories with her 200,000 followers.

Social Status: Married At First Sight’s Stacey Hampton, 27, (pictured) revealed she’s going private on Instagram on Tuesday

“Instagram on private for now, so consider your a**ses happy,” she wrote in high spirits via the post.

She then let her followers know that she will make it public again soon.

“I’ll be making it public soon, I’m just concentrating on other things. Family, god, love,” she added.

Tell: 'Instagram on private for now so consider your a**ses happy', she wrote, in good spirits via the post

Tell: ‘Instagram on private for now so consider your a**ses happy’, she wrote, in good spirits via the post

It comes after Stacey cut her OnlyFans subscription from $35 to $19.99, just days after she made her debut on the adult-only website.

Her previous subscription fees were more than double the amount charged by other MAFS brides Hayley Vernon and Mishel Karen.

One of her OnlyFans profiles is titled “Tip me to talk and see more,” while another is captioned, “Bath time.”

Prices Reduced: It comes after Stacey cut her OnlyFans subscription from $35 to $19.99, just days after she debuted on the adult-only website

Prices Reduced: It comes after Stacey cut her OnlyFans subscription from $35 to $19.99, just days after she debuted on the adult-only website

Stacey’s new career move comes after she struggled to find work as a lawyer due to her responsibilities as a single parent.

‘If I did five days a week’ [working as a lawyer] then I feel like I’m not being honest with my kids and that I’m not there for them,” she explained in a YouTube video last year.

“A lot of people ask why I don’t use my law degree, but not many law firms like to hire people who only want three days a week,” she says.

“Being a single parent has had a big impact on me, but I’m also so blessed and wouldn’t have my life any other way.”

Too Busy: Stacey's career move comes after she struggled to find work as a lawyer due to her responsibilities as a single parent.  Pictured with her legal qualifications

Too Busy: Stacey’s career move comes after she struggled to find work as a lawyer due to her responsibilities as a single parent. Pictured with her legal qualifications

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