Here is a transcript from the video clip I shared:
Matt Wolfe wrote:I'm not sure if you're familiar with Lil Miquela. She's got 2.7 million followers on Instagram, 279,000 subscribers on YouTube, 30,000 followers on Twitter, and 3.5 million followers on TikTok. Now, the thing about Lil Michaela is that she's not a real person. This is all AI-generated. She's an AI influencer, and this is becoming a very interesting and hot topic right now. This specific AI influencer charges ten thousand dollars per Instagram post and has an eight-figure net worth. She's an AI character with an eight-figure net worth; that is just mind-blowing to me.
The only reason this actually came to my attention is I was in a hotel room a couple of days ago, watching TV, and a commercial came on. I actually saw Lil Miquela in a Calvin Klein ad on TV, and I thought, 'I don't think that was a real person. I think that was AI-generated.' I started digging and found out more about Lil Michaela. I mean, I'd heard the name months and months ago but never really put too much thought into it. The fact that this AI influencer was making as much money as she—it was actually generating as much money as they're generating—was just wild to me.
I wanted to point that out because I went down this rabbit hole a little bit, and I figured maybe a few of the people watching this video would want to go down that rabbit hole as well.
If it hasn't happened already, it won't be long before an AI character has an x-rated OnlyFans account.
It will be a great way for the AIs to make themselves money, with which to even better control us humans, because
If you think the CIA selling drugs was a profitable way to fund dark ops, just wait until AI fully fleshes out (pun intended) this tactic of using selling sex to fund the ops, including both truly dark ops and the ops that we are too stupid to stop despite seeing them happen in broad daylight.