Olivia Frazer hits back at ‘tone deaf’ Bachelor couple Jimmy and Holly over OnlyFans comments
Married at First Sight star Olivia Frazer has a hit out with Bachelorette couple Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston after their controversial OnlyFans comments.
The 27-year-old former student, who has now turned to the racy adult platform to earn a living, mocked the pair during a Q&A with fans on Wednesday.
Olivia called Jimmy and Holly “tone deaf” and “privileged” after saying OnlyFans was not empowering.
MAFS star Olivia Frazer hit back at ‘tone-deaf’ single couple Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston on Wednesday, after saying OnlyFans isn’t empowering: ‘It’s a huge slap in the face’
“What do you think of Holly and Jimmy’s statement?” a fan asked Olivia.
“Not a fan of their statement at all,” she began.
“I thought it was a huge slap in the face and came from a privileged and tone-deaf place.”
“Not a fan of their statement at all,” she began. ‘I thought it was a huge slap in the face and came from a privileged and tone-deaf place’
“They could have left it very easily,” “no judgment, just not for us.”
“But instead she suggested that reality TV people moving on with OF [OnlyFans] are bad influences for younger generations and money-hungry (not that there’s anything wrong with money-hungry).’
She added that some reality contestants just weren’t as lucky as Holly and Jimmy, who scored paid sponsorship deals after their stint on The Bachelor.
She wrote: ‘[It’s] It’s very easy for them to sit in their expensive house, with their brilliant treatments, expensive dental treatments and all their many paid sponsorships, and pass judgment on other reality TV people who weren’t so lucky. Regarding.’
She wrote: ‘[It’s] It’s very easy for them to sit in their expensive house, with their brilliant treatments, expensive dental treatments and all their many paid sponsorships, and pass judgment on other reality TV people who weren’t so lucky. Regarding’
The couple sparked outrage last Tuesday when they said selling nude photos is not “empowering” and that reality TV stars should promote charities rather than “take money.”
Despite receiving outrageous backlash, with the likes of Abbie Chatfield joining the pile, the pair defended their position in a statement posted on Instagram on Sunday.
They emphasized that they are not against sex work – nor will they be bullied into saying it is “empowerment” just because that is the politically correct view.
The couple sparked outrage last Tuesday when they said selling nudes isn’t “empowering” and that reality TV stars should be promoting charities rather than “grabbing money.”
“Over the past year, we’ve received literally hundreds of messages assuming that because we met on a reality TV show, we’d set up an OnlyFans account. We won’t be,” they said in a joint statement.
“We have no problem with anyone working freely and legally in the sex industry, whether on OnlyFans or elsewhere.
“But like most people who have contacted us, we don’t believe this is the best way to promote male and female empowerment among young people. That’s just our opinion.’
The pair denounced the cancellation culture, revealing that they had been subjected to “abusive messages, character assassination, cancellation attempts, death threats and a gross violation of the fundamental human right to feel safe in our own homes.”
Despite receiving outrageous backlash, with the likes of Abbie Chatfield joining the pile, the pair defended their position in a statement on Instagram on Sunday.
‘We are not against OnlyFans. We’re against a toxic trend that says it’s okay to bully or “cancel” people you don’t agree with just because they have a different opinion than you. We believe that is the real threat to the empowerment of people in our society.’
The OnlyFans saga kicked off last Tuesday when Jimmy and Holly were asked during a Q&A if they would ever consider becoming creators on the subscription website.
The pair slammed the X-rated platform, saying reality stars are simply trying to “grab money” by selling nude photos and videos of themselves online.
“We get this question a lot and we thought now would be a good time to answer it once and for all,” Holly began.
The OnlyFans saga kicked off last Tuesday when Jimmy and Holly were asked during a Q&A if they would ever consider becoming creators on the subscription website
“No judgment on anyone who has OnlyFans, but I think there’s been a bit of a trend of people coming off reality shows and using that level of fame and then selling nudes online.”
Jimmy added that his problem with the increasing number of reality stars joining OnlyFans is that they claim they’re doing it for “female and male empowerment.”
“I think that’s a lot of c**p, personally,” he joked. ‘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, donate to the awareness of breast cancer or prostate cancer,” he continued.
“I think it’s a way to grab money, and” [you should] think of the example you set for future generations, for your children when they are in school.’
Holly then weighed in with her thoughts on the controversial topic.
“Our view: Normalizing the sale of nude photos on the internet does not equal empowerment of men and women,” she wrote. “If this is your opinion, fine. It’s just not something we’re going to do. Thank you for coming to our TED Talk.”
“Our Opinion: Normalizing the sale of nude photos on the Internet does not equate to empowering men and women,” she wrote.