Onlyfans: Woah Vicky – Social Media Personality

Social media personality and a rising American singer Waoh Vicky aka Victoria Rose Waldrip gained rapid popularity with her bold and flashy pictures on Instagram. The 21-year-old recently became part of the exclusive Onlyfans family with a promise of exciting content that made her fans dying of the anticipation.

Vicky’s debut to Onlyfans was welcomed with millions of subscribers worldwide. The fans, however, are not very happy with her content there. SleepyBoi in this review of Woah Vicky’s Onlyfans account gives a detailed explanation of her content saying, ‘It is not very different from her ig posts, if anything, they are flashier.’ The fans too have shown disappointment, yet the number of subscribers continues to increase. Concerns rising from her ‘dead’ Onlyfans account – she has promised more visual and X-rated content.

Vicky’s Onlyfans account is not less or more exposed than Instagram
Vicky’s posts on social media are all bold and flashy

What is OnlyFans?

Onlyfans is an exclusive social media platform that has empowered content creators globally. It allows the influencers to charge fans a monthly fee – or one-off price for pictures and content. The company charges up to $49.99 per month to get a sneak into the elite lives of the influencers. The App gained popularity after the likes of Beyonce and Nikki minaj openly talked about it.

Who is Woah Vicky? Bio, Career

 The social media star – Woah Vicky started rose to fame by joining Instagram at the age of 18 years. She was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia and has an older sister who lives in New York City. Vicky is a high school drop and a millionaire thanks to her more than 3 million followers on Instagram and a rising popularity on her exclusive Onlyfans account.

She is a social media sensation in the true sense – as of December 2020, Woah Vicky has more than 1.14 million subscribers on her YouTube channel, 3.2 million followers on Instagram, 4.4 million Ticktock, and 21000 on Twitter. Vicky worked as a hostess while her father homeschooled her, but she later quit – ‘did not like being bossed around’ Influence market hub says.

Woah Vicky’s first platform was social media where she would post flashy pictures in designer clothes like Gucci with high-end cars. Her big break happened when Snoop Dogg shared one of her videos on his social media channel. The suit was followed by other famous rappers such as Piles and Chief Keef – leading to more notoriety online.

In 2019 she released a couple of singles owing to her rising social media following. Some of her songs are “Don’t like me”, “Back N’ Forth” and “In Da City”.


Vicky’s career has not been short of scandals and controversies, in fact, her fame can be attributed to her claims of being ‘black’. The social media star went as far as sharing results from to prove she belongs to the black community. To strengthen her claim she has adopted the accent also visible in her comments and tweets and uses the N-word, claiming it’s not racist if she is black.

Vicky seeing attempting to adopt the accent proving herself ‘black’

In 2018, Vicky was arrested for assaulting a police officer, trespassing, resisting, and delaying arrest at the four seasons mall. It is reported that there was a lot of yelling and fighting. This doesn’t come as a surprise because anything related to Vicky won’t be something without the drama.

The star turned singer faked pregnancy with her former boyfriend Papi JJ., who she later broke p with after accusing him of cheating on her.  

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