A year after launching the OnlyF account and other “passionate” pages, creator Kimchi Princesa expressed regret for the work in a flimsy TikTok confession, but ultimately concluded she was too “proud” to stop.
In the nearly eight-minute video, Princess Kimchi said she was “afraid” to share her “real thoughts” on the topic, but felt obligated to be honest with other viewers who might be interested in sex work.
She said her relationship with the job was complicated, but it started out as a fun and creative outlet. However, after about six months, she said, she felt “super burnt out” and was battling mental illness.
The creator said in Tuesday’s video that the money was the only benefit and “almost not worth it anymore.”
“I feel a little dead inside,” she continued. “I feel like I’m completely numb, I don’t know it – not to sound funny – but I really don’t feel lust or attraction to men anymore.”
She said receiving “disgusting” direct messages from her followers exacerbated her “ambivalent” feelings about the industry, and that some of the users who messaged her appeared to have girlfriends, wives or family members.
Despite this, Princess Kimchi stated that she is “not a quitter” and “always sees it through”. “I’m not going to give up until my body stops,” she concluded.
OnlyF pages using the Kimchi Princesa username return an error message. However, five days ago, the creator announced on Instagram that her content would only be available on Playboy competitor Centerfold. Kimchi Princesa shares work-safe Spicy Girl vlogs and other lifestyle videos with her 8,000 followers on TikTok.