• Bella Thorne's ex, Mod Sun, claims the actress "scammed" people on OnlyFans
  • The rapper said Thorne owes sex workers on the platform "more than apologies"
  • The actress earned $1 million on her first day on OnlyFans and doubled the amount days later

Bella Thorne’s ex, Mod Sun, was not impressed with the former Disney star’s decision to join OnlyFans, accusing her of “scamming” users of the platform.

Mod Sun has broken his silence about his ex-girlfriend launching an OnlyFans page. The rapper, whom Thorne had a social media altercation with in the past, sympathized with sex workers on the platform who criticized the actress for exploiting OnlyFans for her personal gain.

Thorne, who claims to have already made over $2 million from the subscription platform, was called out by users for promising “nude” photos for $200 but later failing to deliver. OnlyFans then announced a cap on the tips and exclusive content on the site, triggering protests from other adult content creators.

Thorne later explained that she joined OnlyFans to destigmatize sex work. She also claimed that she was doing research for a movie that she was working on with Sean Baker, which the director has since denied.

Mod Sun, however, believes it was insulting for a celebrity like Thorne “to enter that space.”

“There's a lot of people who don't have a voice that are feeling a certain way about what she did because it's insulting what she did to sex workers, you know what I'm saying?” Thorne’s ex told TooFab.

“I really support that lifestyle. I really do. And I think it's insulting to enter that space and I think that she caused a lot of emotional distress to also people who rely on that money,” the 33-year-old added.

Thorne’s ex-boyfriend said that many creators had been accused of doing the same thing Thorne did on OnlyFans. But while their accounts had been deleted, the company let the former Disney Channel child star’s act slide.

“Let's be honest — she don't [sic] need that money. It's a pandemic. Like let some people that really have lived that life and gone through it,” Mod Sun added.

Though Thorne has since apologized, Mod Sun said he thinks his former flame still has a lot of apologizing to do and owes other content creators more than apologies after affecting other people's livelihoods.

“I don't know if there's a way for her to try to spin this into something nice,” he said. “It makes it very obvious that you can be super rich and have the poorest values.”

“Scamming people is trash, bro. Scamming people is trash. It's time for the rich to have richer values. That scam life is not cool,” the rapper continued.

Thorne caused an internet frenzy last month when she announced her decision to join the subscription-only website. In just 24 hours, the actress made a record-breaking $1 million and doubled that jaw-dropping amount in a matter of days, immediately becoming one of the top earners of the site.

However, just over a week after she joined, OnlyFans restricted monetization in the platform, putting a $50 cap on exclusive content and a $100 limit for the tips creators can receive. This was met with backlash from sex workers, who blamed Thorne for the changes in the terms and conditions.

OnlyFans later clarified in a statement that the new restrictions were intended to prevent “overspending,” adding, “We can confirm that any changes to transaction limits are not based on any one user.”

Bella Thorne and Mod Sun
Actress Bella Thorne and rapper Mod Sun arrives for Universal Studios Hollywood's Opening Night Celebration Of "Halloween Horror Nights" held at Universal CityWalk Cinemas on September 14, 2018 in Universal City, California. Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images