RTE’s viewers were left in disbelief after a segment on Claire Byrne Live discussing social media site OnlyFans aired last night.
Fans of the current affairs show joked that the show had hit peak 2021 by interviewing a star from the controversial website which sees users strip off for monthly subscriptions.
Some people argued that a sex-related site should not be promoted on the show but, on the other hand, people also praised his innovation after he revealed how much he makes from the content he produces every month.
One person said: “As much as I love Claire Byrne (and I do) promoting OnlyFans is a bit dodgy to say the least… Also, I hope this dude is prepared for a visit from the taxman in the morning.”
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Another added: “Claire Byrne promoting OnlyFans, very dangerous and can seriously damage mental heath.”
While a third commented: “No money worth being treated like an object. I thought that guy on Claire Byrne looked really uncomfortable and he went bright red at one stage looking totally embarrassed. Seems like something he might live to regret.”
He won some praised from fans at home but it was also questioned if the segment and the reaction at home would be the same if it was a woman on the show.
There was also a worry on Twitter and vulnerable young people could get sucked into the glamour of making easy money without thinking about the future.
One said: “We have reached the OnlyFans being discussed on Claire Byrne Live part of 2021.”
Another added: “He’s making 60K a month to quit his hairdressing industry. Fair play to him, imagine the shit he’d get if he was a woman though.”
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A third took to Twitter: “Just seen #cblive. Can see a lot of young vulnerable girls getting hurt thinking they are making quick money and instead being greeted by myriad of intense messages by someone who is free to make any remarks they like under the guise of the internet. Stop promoting OnlyFans!”
One more went on to say: “Maybe Im dull at this point but I still dont understand what the fella on Claire Byrne actually does.”
Claire Byrne Live airs on Monday nights on RTÉ One.
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