Madisyn Shipman, a former Nickelodeon child star who played Kenzie Bell in “Game Shakers,” has joined Playboy’s creator platform. The platform allows fans to pay their favorite creators for exclusive access to photos, video calls, and other messaging features.
Shipman told Fox News Digital she was ready to shed her squeaky-clean image and express herself more freely. She said she was inspired by other celebrities who have joined Playboy, such as Bella Thorne and Cardi B.
“I’m really excited to be a part of the Playboy family,” Shipman said. “It’s a platform that empowers women to express themselves sexually and creatively without shame.”
Shipman also said she has received some “odd” fetish requests from fans on the platform, but she takes it all in stride.
“There’s no shame to anyone,” she said. “If that’s what they’re into, then that’s what they’re into.”
Shipman’s decision to join Playboy has been met with mixed reactions from fans. Some have praised her for being brave and expressing herself freely, while others have criticized her for joining a platform known for its nudity and sexual content.
However, Shipman said that she is not worried about the negative reactions. She is focused on being herself and creating content that she enjoys.
“I’m not here to please everyone,” she said. “I’m just here to be myself and express myself creatively.”
Shipman is the latest among many celebrities who have joined Playboy’s creator platform. The platform has become increasingly popular in recent years, allowing fans to connect with their favorite stars more personally.