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“Chefs don’t earn sh**,” Says Former MasterChef Star Turned OnlyFans Model

In a surprising career shift, former MasterChef US contestant Paige Jimenez has transitioned from the culinary world to the

“Chefs don’t earn sh**,” Says Former MasterChef Star Turned OnlyFans Model

In a surprising career shift, former MasterChef US contestant Paige Jimenez has transitioned from the culinary world to the realm of adult entertainment, notably raking in impressive earnings on the subscription-based platform OnlyFans. The talented young chef, who rose to fame as the youngest participant in MasterChef US at the age of 17, has revealed her financial success on the platform while highlighting her commitment to maintaining certain boundaries.

Paige Jimenez, who once worked alongside renowned chef Gordon Ramsay and made her mark on season eight of the culinary competition, has now ventured into a new avenue that has proven highly lucrative. With her culinary dreams challenged by the stark realities of the industry, she decided to explore alternative opportunities, leading her to the world of adult content creation on OnlyFans.

The talented chef disclosed her staggering earnings in an exclusive interview with Daily Star, stating, “Chefs don’t make sh**. I think I was making, like, $20 (£15.60) an hour. Obviously, I did a few collaborations here and there, but they never really paid that much.” In contrast, her income on OnlyFans has been nothing short of remarkable. “From OnlyFans, during the span from April to – I actually looked last night – I showed my boyfriend, I was like, ‘See, this is why I do it’. I made $32,000 (£26,000) since April. I made sure to keep the momentum up,” she explained.

However, Jimenez has made it clear that success on OnlyFans comes with its own set of personal guidelines. While she is open to exploring various content types, she has a list of strict boundaries that she adheres to meticulously. One major rule she enforces is a ban on girl/girl videos. Jimenez expressed her reasons, saying, “When I first started doing it, I made a list of rules, of situations that would potentially make me regret it. I want to make sure my kids in the future don’t see certain content.”

She is careful to curate content that she is proud of and comfortable with, all while considering the potential long-term implications for herself and others. Jimenez emphasized that she seeks to strike a balance between her newfound online venture and her passion for cooking. “Not to rain on my parade, but I’m f*ing smart. I could get a real job, I don’t need this,” she asserted. “But it is nice money and it allows me to pursue cooking more when I couldn’t really afford anything as a full-time chef.”

Amid her endeavors on OnlyFans, Jimenez has also been assisting her boyfriend, Leandre Sanders, with his upcoming Netflix documentary titled “Skategoat,” featuring skateboarding legend Tony Hawk. This dual commitment showcases her diverse interests and dynamic skill set, proving that she is far from being defined by a single career path.

While Paige Jimenez’s transition from MasterChef star to OnlyFans success story may raise eyebrows, her strategic approach and adherence to personal boundaries highlight a calculated move into a new industry. Her journey underscores the multifaceted nature of modern careers and the choices individuals make to shape their futures on their own terms.

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