Model with ‘biggest butt on OnlyFans’ flaunts intimate tattoo in tiny bikini

Model with ‘biggest butt on OnlyFans’ flaunts intimate tattoo in tiny bikini


A model who claims to have spent £40,000 on boosting her bum has left fans speechless in her latest Instagram post.

Lissa Aires, from Argentina, began her all-body transformation in a bid to achieve "the biggest butt on OnlyFans".

She's earned £1 million since August thanks to the adults-only website – and the babe has proven to be popular on social media too.

In one of her recent Instagram snaps, the London-based model delighted her 2 million fans when she showcased her intimate tattoo.

She was leaning on a sofa while wearing a red bikini that looked as though is struggled to contain her assets.

The model put her body art on full-display with multiple ink surrounding her sensitive bikini area.

In the two snaps, Lissa stood behind a plant with a Louis Vuitton painting in the background.

She changed up her pose ever so slightly by the main star of the show was the sexy red bikini she was wearing.

When she posted it earlier this week, Lissa wrote in the caption: "Do y'all like my new painting?"

But let's be real, fans weren't seriously focusing on what was behind the model now were they?

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Since the photos were shared, it gained around 27,000 likes and thousands of comments from gushing fans.

One follower accompanied the comment with emojis and wrote: "Stunning wifey."

Another fan cheekily remarked: "Sorry but I'm not looking at the painting."

While a third admirer praised: "Oh damn you're so fine." And a fourth gushed with a lovestruck emoji: "Isn't this a treat?"

On Tuesday, the model ditched her undies at the gym in a bid to "feel free".

Lissa trains on a daily basis to achieve her look and she does it all while going commando.

She said: "I wear comfortable shorts and leggings that have a sweat absorption system to help the skin to breathe.

"It is better for the resourcefulness and so it's not marked on the clothes."

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