Miley Cyrus' Brother Trace Cyrus Says OnlyFans Models "Lost Their Chance" Of "Settling Down" With Good Men

Miley Cyrus's brother, Trace Cyrus, is under fire after unapologetically sharing his thoughts on OnlyFans models.

By Nicole Dominique2 min read
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Trace Cyrus, 34, isn't just known for being Miley Cyrus's big brother. Trace's band, Metro Station, gained momentum in the late 2000s thanks to their hit single "Shake It," which peaked at number 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Trace was also famously romantically involved with Disney Channel star Brenda Song. He's remained relatively low-profile the past decade, but he's now making headlines again due to his latest remarks on OnlyFans models.

This past Wednesday, the musician took to his Instagram Story to give his honest opinion on sex workers and the men who support them. He believes that OnlyFans models have missed their chance of finding high-value men. "There's so many girls that do Only Fans that have lost their chance of ever settling down with a good guy with morals," he wrote. "They will try and call those men insecure for having standards. They get a lot of attention from guys on OF so they think they have options. But any guy who is so desperate to see sexual content they are willing to pay for it is a desperate loser."

"Girls that do Only Fans that have lost their chance of ever settling down with a good guy."

He continued, "A lot of successful guys will sleep with those girls but they don't want to wife them... I see a lot of these girls speaking out on this now saying they can't get a serious relationship. It's because men see the value in those girls strictly for sex. They don't look at those women and equate their value as a future wife, mother, or loyal partner."

He's right. This year, a former OnlyFans girl revealed that she was struggling with her love life and had difficulty finding good men with values. Porn stars also have come forward with the same sentiments in the past.

Dating apps, OnlyFans, PornHub, and all the other sites that objectify women influence men to see them as commodities rather than humans –  and let's not forget that the majority of pornographic material belittles women. There's a high chance that the guys who consume endless content like that will carry their views and degrading preferences into real life.

"I know some amazing girls that are genuinely good people that do OF," Trace added. "I just think this independent mindset of not needing a man is extremely toxic and leads to a very lonely future."

Trace is undoubtedly receiving harsh comments online, but it seems he had good intentions in getting his message out. He sees the tremendous value and satisfaction a healthy relationship and family bring. "I hope more girls continue to speak up about this so other girls know the risk of getting into it," he concluded. "Having a good man and a family will bring you more happiness in old age than OF ever could."

And despite the backlash, Trace is doubling down: "Only reason people are so offended on here from my post today is because it’s true. If there wasn’t truth to my statement nobody would care," he posted on X. "I triggered everyone who already knows this but try’s to ignore it. My message was extremely positive and great advice. Your welcome."

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