On Thursday (1 April), the viral-star-turned-rapper – real name Danielle Bregoli – announced that she was signing up for the subscription-based website.
For $23.99 (£17.35) a month, fans were offered access to private photos and videos from the rapper as well as opportunities to “direct message” Bregoli, who turned 18 in March.
On Thursday night, Bregoli shared a photo of a computer screen seemingly showing her takings from the website so far. They totalled $1,030,703.43 (£745,353.19), including $267,675 (£193,569) from messages and more than $5,500 (£3900) in tips.
“Not bad for 6 hours,” the rapper wrote. “We broke the f*** out of that onlyfans record.”
The Independent has contacted OnlyFans for comment.
While anyone can make content for the subscription platform, the website is popular among sex workers.
However, some celebrities do have pages on OnlyFans, with actor Bella Thorne making headlines last year after she was accused of lying about sharing nude content in order to gain more subscribers.
In her first week on the platform, Thorne reportedly made $2m (£1.52m). The former Disney star later apologised to sex workers on OnlyFans for “hurting” them.