Welcome to OrigamiCamp, a weekend getaway with 24.5 million views and counting.
What happens when creators across TikTok and OnlyFans meet up to combine forces and create a stash of content from a weekend getaway? #OrigamiCamp.
in the end.Following this backtrack, Origami Camp was an opportunity to connect with likeminded creators from both OnlyFans and TikTok."The purpose of the Origami Camp was to get some creators who know each other together to collab and make TikToks, plus any other content [we] were comfortable making since all of us are sex workers,” says Natasha Noel (
), who took part in the event. Noel, like most of the creators at the event, uses both TikTok and OnlyFans.The creators doing a TikTok dance challenge.Credit: SCREENSHOT: TikTok / @Lunababyyy69@lunababyy69), one of the participants in the camp (who would like to keep her full identity private out of safety concerns). The creators brought in the substitute word to avoid censorship online, she explains."Origami camp was one last 'big collab' after news broke that OnlyFans wanting to rid the platform of creators like us," says Luna."It was an absolute blast and such a beautiful group of people."
It's important to note that while OnlyFans reversed its decision, it's unclear if the decision will be permanent.The getaway had the creators making a range of content for both TikTok and OnlyFans. The content from the weekend posted on OnlyFans is vastly NSFW. The videos from the Origami Camp group on TikTok, though, are primarily behind-the-scenes footage of the gathering: dance routines and classic TikTok challenges. headtopics.com
More TikTok content from Origami Camp.Credit: SCREENSHOT: tiktok / @mykendoll@mykendoll) is another one of the creators who participated in the camp. He is also keeping his full identity private for the purposes of safety."I had such a good time bonding and getting to know all the creators," he tells Mashable."Everyone was so nice and there’s nothing better than getting to work with your friends."
Noel agrees, saying,"It felt great to meet some fellow creators that I've only ever seen online."Videos under the hashtag have 24.5 million views on TikTok at the time of writing. Members of the Twitter-verse, too, appreciated the trend just as much as the creators appeared to enjoy it, with people posting about how #OrigamiCamp was the ultimate highlight on social media throughout the weekend. Talk about viral content.
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