Britney Spears superfan Cara Cunningham, formerly known as Chris Crocker, shot to fame in 2007 when her ‘leave Britney alone!’ rant became one of the internet’s first viral videos.
Now, after several years away from the spotlight, the 35-year-old social media star has re-emerged as a glamorous transgender OnlyFans model.
Cara officially started her transition in 2021 at age 33 and underwent breast implants and facial feminisation surgery late last year.
She’s completely unrecognisable compared to her days as Chris Crocker, with Cara now sporting long blonde bombshell locks, double C-cup cleavage, and voluptuous curves.
The busty beauty has been showcasing her post-surgery curves on her OnlyFans page, where subscribers are treated to uncensored photos and images of the star.
‘Finally feeling comfortable enough to show my surgery results on OnlyFans,’ she teased in one post.
Former YouTube star Cara Cunningham (previously Chris Crocker) is now a glamourous transgender OnlyFans model
Cara, then known as Chris Crocker, shot to fame in 2007 when a video went viral of her screaming ‘leave Britney alone!’ in response to the media’s coverage of the pop star
She’s completely unrecognisable compared to her days as Chris Crocker, with Cara now sporting long blonde bombshell locks, double C-cup cleavage, and voluptuous curves
Unfortunately, Cara has been targeted by trolls since going public with her transition on social media, where she still boasts millions of followers.
‘I get that in certain circles it’s cool to s**t on OnlyFans creators and “modernism” but like I never said I was contributing anything valuable to the world,’ she tweeted in response to the backlash.
‘I never said I was even smart. What I have going for me is a set of fingers that can copy and paste my OnlyFans links.’
The star, who often posts ‘mukbang’ eating videos on Facebook for an audience of over three million, said that she shouldn’t be attacked for simply trying to earn a living on the adult subscription site.
When one fan demanded that Cara stop promoting her OnlyFans online, she shot back: ‘I’m posting an advertisement because… I don’t know, sometimes it’s fun to survive and pay bills in ways other than posting stupid eating videos.’
The 35-year-old has been flaunting the incredible results of her surgery on OnlyFans
Cara has been targeted by trolls since going public with her transition on social media, where she still boasts millions of followers
Cara earns money through her music career and recently released a single titled Messy.
The internet star, who was assigned male at birth, opened up about her transition in a heartfelt Instagram post in 2021, sharing that she had just started hormone replacement therapy after years of suffering from gender dysphoria.
‘It’s been 33 years coming and I’m happy to be in a place where I can embrace who I am,’ the Tennessee native wrote. ‘I have put my identity and personal happiness aside for so long, out of fear of rejection or me not wanting to embarrass my family.’
Cara said she realized that anyone who ‘actually loves [her]’ would have cared about how long she has been feeling this way in the first place.
‘I am transitioning and I have no more apologies to make for who I am,’ she continued. ‘This will be a lonely process in terms of emotional support from others, but I will be happy knowing I am doing this for myself and what I’ve needed for my gender dysphoria.
‘At my transition progresses, I will not be answering to Chris. It’s Cara.’
The glamorous social media star still boasts over three million followers on Facebook and almost one million on Instagram
Cara noted that Crocker has never been her real last name, explaining that it was a stage name she picked when she was being sent online threats as a teenager.
‘I’m not living out of fear or anyone else’s terms any longer,’ she concluded.
Cara went viral in September 2007 after she uploaded a YouTube video of herself crying and screaming in defense of her favorite pop star Britney, who was suffering a public breakdown at the time.
‘Leave Britney alone!’ she shrieked in the short clip, which earned her a seemingly endless stream of mockery, including movie and television parodies.
The internet star, who was assigned male at birth, opened up about her transition in a heartfelt Instagram post in 2021, sharing that she had just started hormone replacement therapy after years of suffering from gender dysphoria. Pictured in her early 20s
With the #FreeBritney movement in full swing in recent years, Cara was able to sell the video as an NFT for more than $43,000.
NFTs — sometimes pronounced ‘nifties’ — are a unique digital token encrypted with the creator’s signature that verifies its ownership and authenticity and is permanently attached to the piece.
The tokens are similar to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum in that they live on blockchain networks, a decentralized, distributed ledger that records transactions of digital assets.
Cara used the money from the sale to fund her transition.
In 2012, Cara’s life was the subject of a HBO documentary called Me @ the Zoo, which examined internet culture through Cunningham’s career.
Cara also has a thriving music career and recently released a brand new single called Messy
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