While working on his taxes, a TikTok user found himself questioning what sort of things were tax-deductible.
His question was a bit more unconventional than most, though, because his wife is bringing in money from her OnlyFans account.
Responses to that post from @iboughtarock, whose name is Craig, .
varied from helpful tax advice for the amateur accountant to criticism for his casual support
of his wife Chloee Mae’s OnlyFans account.
“There’s no part of my brain that would allow me to not back her 1000% when she’s that vulnerable,” he said.
Craig said the couple plans to use their
earnings from OnlyFans to finance
“a mommy makeover” for Chloee, .
who had been feeling “self-conscious about her body” after having three kids with him.
Ultimately, the viral post didn’t just drum
up buzz for the OnlyFans account — .
it “kicked off a debate on the nature of masculinity and
what defines a relationship”