A woman who makes money on an adult website by dressing up and posing with weapons has returned to posting racy content after being recruited to fight in the war between Israel and Hamas.
Natalia Fadeev is a popular cosplay model on Instagram. The Israeli posts a mix of images of her dressed up as popular characters like Barbie, as well as content of her holding weapons, from guns to knives.
Last month, she was called to join the war. The country has mandatory military conscription and requires all men to enlist for 32 months and women for 24 months.
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Natalia, who previously posed in a military uniform, took to Instagram Story to post a photo of herself in one of the barracks. She said: “I won’t be very active on social media. I joined my unit for reserve duty, I don’t know (I don’t know) for how long. Pray for us.”
Now, the model took to Instagram from the battlefield to update her fans on her daily life during the war. She posted a selfie pouting at the camera with her face fully made up and her military uniform on.
One fan asked the question “Has this changed the direction you want to take in your life, have priorities changed?” Responding to the online question, he added the caption: “Yes, definitely.
“I was always prepared for a war to happen, but once it happens, it affects you differently. New thoughts, new options, new priorities, new problems. I’ll have to sit down and replan my life after this war. Stay tuned.”
Natalia responded to another question, in which a fan asked her if she would continue posting adult content on Onlyfans. She responded: “I was avoiding this question but it keeps repeating itself so I will answer. I started posting again after not being active for a month. I’m less active but I premade a lot of sets.
“I couldn’t even think about posting during such a difficult time, but life goes on so I’m settling into a new routine.” The social media star took a break from posting during the outbreak, but decided to start sharing content again.
While on patrol, he posed for a selfie from the rearview mirror of a military truck and responded to fans’ criticism for chasing money during a difficult time. “I don’t get paid to publish. I publish because I want to show the world our reality! “I am actually losing money in this situation, but it is my own decision.”
The conflict between Israel and Palestine remains in full swing, with more than 11,000 Palestinians killed and the Israeli death toll at more than 1,200.
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