Rebekka Blue: Who is she? After selling personal stuff, a webcam model made million dollars
Rebekka claims that what distinguishes her products from others is the fact that recycled materials, particularly her dirty laundry, bear her aroma.
A former exotic dancer who actually sold chunks of herself online became a fortune. Toe nails, dead skin from her feet, dandruff, and even a used intrauterine device are among the items sold.
On TikTok, similar videos have received tens of thousands of views. According to Rebekka, 28, of Wilmington, North Carolina, “If you see me dumping something in the garbage, then there’s a red flag because I’m usually storing it in my bag to sell later.””
According to reports, the self-described “Professional Goddess” sells anything from old tissues to panty-liners and makes between $5,000 and $10,000 every month. Rebekka explained how she began selling earwax-covered Q-tips for $5 in one of her most bizarre films, which has received 2.5 million views.
Rebekka initially received $20 for one of her stripper outfits. The consumer was “overjoyed” with her purchase, but she gave the sale no attention. Rebekka discovered there was a rising internet market for worn products like socks and panties once she started modeling for webcams.
Burping into bags, sealing them, and then selling them to customers across the nation was one of the entrepreneur’s initial businesses. She has also sold discarded Kleenex, unclean sneakers, and worn-out athletic apparel.
If we visit a salon to have our toenails painted, Rebekka explained, “I’m requesting to keep the flip flops and the toenail separators and attempting to persuade my client to pay for everyone’s pedicures.”
Rebekka’s first weekly income was only about $50, but in just 10 years, the company has grown to generate more than $1 million. She added that she now earns her controversial living by selling her items full-time, saying, “it was a no-brainer to continue sharing my story on social media, which has without a doubt not only boosted my business but also allowed me to launch an entertainment company.”
Rebekka claims that the fact that her recycled objects, particularly her dirty clothing, bear her perfume sets her products apart from the competition. Each product is vacuum sealed by her to guarantee that the aroma is preserved. She just added “toenails and bottles of spit” to her collection of unusual goods.
What was the strangest sale Rebekka ever made?
SWNS stated that an intrauterine device (IUD), which she found in her doctor’s garbage, is the most bizarre item she has sold. I had had a client who bought odd items like my panty liners and stuffed animals with the thinking that “maybe he could use this as a trophy?” She spoke. He made me an offer of four figures for something that had been inside of me for nearly five years and was holy to him. That sale, she says with pride, “was without a doubt one of the pinnacles of my career.”
Blades For Babes, a company dedicated to creating knives for women, was also founded by Rebecca. In order to teach women how to market their own creations, she wrote a book named “Slutrepreneur Secrets: The Keys to Start an E-Commerce Empire.”