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Woman who threw 36G bra at Drake shares how much Playboy pay her after signing contract
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Woman who threw 36G bra at Drake shares how much Playboy pay her after signing contract

Victoria Correia opened up about being a Playboy creator after the brand signed her following Drake's concert

The woman who threw her size 36G bra at Drake shares how much Playboy pay her after signing contract.

A 21-year-old from Rhode Island went viral after she tossed her bra on stage during the ‘Hotline Bling’ rapper’s show at New York’s Madison Square Garden on 23 July.

When Drake picked up the underwear, he said to the packed-out crowd: “36G? Locate this woman immediately.”

And not only did fans locate her after she shared a TikTok of her throwing efforts at the concert, but so did Playboy.

Veronica Correia captured the attention of the adult magazine after the video with her bigger-than-average bra did the rounds on social media.

She received a message from Playboy via Instagram, inviting her to become a creator with them.

They wrote: “We recently launched a new invitation-only Playboy app that gives creators the opportunity to earn by monetizing exclusive content similar to the ones you're already posting on IG and TikTok.”

Correia accepted the offer and is now one of Playboy’s creators, calling it ‘all a dream come true’.

While also revealing she never got her bra back from Drake and that she is actually a size 36G, she opened up about the new contract on an episode of the Club Ambition Podcast.

Correia signed up to Playboy's platform.

She says that working with Playboy is ‘all still very new’ to her and clarified: “They’re really just posting some content – and no nudity, for anyone wondering.

“I’m learning the ropes on how to still be successful but not ruin myself at the same time so to say.”

As well as Playboy’s Centerfold platform, Correia had also set up an Only Fans but told the hosts she took it down.

“I feel like that is more exposed. Playboy is fine.”

Not wanting to post nude content but still going viral as ‘Miss 36G’ as the podcast host calls her, she went on to explain the profit side of her new contract.

The host cited rumours of Correia probably having a ‘million-dollar contract from Playboy’ as they asked for the ‘actual situation’.

She explained: “I haven’t been really earning money, there’s no contract. It’s just from the content that I post on Playboy centrefold.

“I mean, I have been getting money but it’s nothing like ‘oh she’s gonna be a Ferrari tomorrow’, like no.”

According to a media release from the brand, creators can use the platform to ‘interact directly with their fans, expand their communities and build their own personal content and commerce businesses’.

Topics: Celebrity, Drake, Music, TikTok, Viral, Money