Inside orgy house of OnlyFans and TikTok creators as they enjoy wild weekend

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Many OnlyFans and TikTok creators have millions of followers so can cause a stir online themselves.

However, what happens if they all get together for a wild weekend away?

Well, wonder no more, as a group of social media stars met up to create content together at a sprawling rented cabin in a secret location in the US. over the weekend of September 17th.

The crossover collaboration, which has taken the internet by storm, was dubbed #OrigamiCamp online.

And it's certainly been drawing some attention, with posts from the getaway already racking up an eye-watering 24.5 million views.

The event was organised by @hawkhatesyou and @the_gothbaby.

They arranged it just after OnlyFans announced its ban on sexually explicit content, which it swiftly revoked.

Following this backtrack, creators said that Origami Camp was an opportunity for them 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,” Natasha Noel (@babygirlnoell) told Mashable.

Natasha, like most of the creators at the event, uses both TikTok and OnlyFans.

Luna (@lunababyy69), also added: "Origami is a substitute for the word "orgy".

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."

The getaway saw creators make a range of content for both TikTok and OnlyFans.

The content from the weekend posted on OnlyFans is mostly NSFW. While the videos from the Origami Camp group on TikTok are primarily behind-the-scenes footage of the gathering: dance routines and classic TikTok challenges.

Tariq (@mykendoll). another one of the creators who participated in the camp, said: "I had such a good time bonding and getting to know all the creators.

"Everyone was so nice and there’s nothing better than getting to work with your friends."

Social media fans were loving the "wild" getaway as one wrote online: "My entire for you page is just the origami camp and yeah…I like it here."

While another added: "#OrigamiCamp has singlehandedly made 2021 way less sh***y".

"The group was honestly completely blown away and excited that we made such an impact on the internet over the weekend," says Natasha.

Luna added: "We did expect [Origami Camp] to get popular but definitely not at the level it has gone.

#OrigamiCamp is just the latest of collaborator houses for platforms like TikTok and YouTube.

Others include "Hype House", the Los Angeles mansion that once had 19 TikTok creators (including Charli D’Amelio and Addison Rae) and is still rumoured be running.

The Origami Camp group's weekend home doesn’t appear to be permanent residence for them though.

However, it allowed certainly allowed creators to bond and come up with viral pieces of content all under the same roof and get some online attention.

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