FAIR to say, TikTok has made stars of millions of people around the world.
One person who has undoubtedly reaped the benefits of the video sharing platform is Alexia Grace.
Who is Alexia Grace?
Born in 1998, Alexia Grace is an influencer best known for TikTok and OnlyFans.
She began her professional life as a flight attendant.
However, she has left cabin crew to focus on being an OnlyFans star where she is making over £25,000 a month.
Speaking to The Sun about her big career change, she said: “I’m really, really enjoying it.”
“Social media is my favorite part – I love TikTok and Instagram and I know I can make that my job.”
“I also love the freedom – the freedom to work where I want.”
“I also bought a new car two weeks ago – it’s a Mercedes-Benz A250 AMG Line.
“I worried about what other people would think, but that’s easy to get over.
“A lot of people think it’s easy money, but that’s not the case. You really have to take your time.”
Alexia started posting on OnlyFans and TikTok in 2020.
During her time as an air hostess, she said she was discouraged by the long shifts and low pay, and felt “you don’t get paid anywhere near as well as you should for the work you do,” and resolved therefore, to become a social media company star instead.
How did Alexia Grace become popular on Tiktok?
Thanks to her sexy and funny videos, Alexia became popular on TikTok.
She makes fun of herself and wrote in her bio: “Body from Baywatch, Face from Crimewatch”.
Since joining the streaming site, Alexia has nearly 1 million followers (as of May 2023).
You can follow her on her popular name @itsalexiagrace1.
Why are Astrid Wett and Alexia Grace fighting?
The pair engage in a feud that culminated in Astrid Wett destroying Alexia’s car.
Their argument began, according to Astrid, during a press conference.
When Alexia poured water on her, a fight broke out between the two, forcing security to intervene.
Astrid later had her Misfits boxing belt stolen, prompting retaliation.
She seemed to track down Alexia’s car and painted it.
But she accidentally spelled out THEIF in all caps—misspelled thief.