Known for her bold style, reality TV roots, and fun-loving personality, India Love has built a large and loyal following online of fans who love keeping up with the inner workings of her glamorous life – and now they’ll be able to do so on a larger scale than ever before. The social media superstar, reality personality and model is gearing up to launch her Only Fans account, and like everything else India has done, it’s going to be epic.
India is excited to introduce new and exclusive content to her several million followers online by joining the popular platform, which will allow her to share photos and videos on her own terms, without censorship or limitations. When India filmed The Westbrooks in 2015, she let fans into her world and shared details about her private life with viewers.
Since then, she has evolved and grown so much both in her personal and professional life, and she’s so thrilled to invite her fans back into her world through the reality lens and reveal where she is today and what’s changed.
She goes through so much, especially as she’s now in her mid-20s, and she’s excited to give her fans additional insight into where she’s at today. Only Fans will be the home for her upcoming new and exclusive content. She’ll be sharing home videos, opening up about her day-to-day life, and showing the world who India Love really is as a 24-year-old now.
India knows her joining Only Fans is a longtime coming, as many of her supporters have been encouraging her to create an account for quite some time. But she knew she had to join the platform with the right team behind her, and at the perfect moment.
“Many people always wondered why I hadn’t done it sooner, but I always want to do my research and know what I’m getting into before I do it,” India exclusively tells Influencive. “I take my time and do things for a reason to give the best quality content I could give to my supporters.”
India’s content will be intimate, raw, and showcase herself truly thriving in her element. “God wants me to have this platform just to tell other people that I’m no different,” she adds. “I’m like all of them.”