OnlyFans sexy hunter is dubbed a idiot after appearing on morning television to defend her career as an animal slayer.
Michaela Fialova, the hunter for OnlyFans, appeared on British morning television to defend her contentious career in front of outraged viewers.
According to The Mirror, OnlyFans hunter Michaela Fialova talked candidly with hosts Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes of “ITV This Morning” about her career displaying dead animals and herself in skimpy lingerie.
“There is literally no excuse to offer this woman #ThisMorning air time,” one viewer wrote about Fialova.
Other viewers lauded Schofield’s biting and directed questions about Michaela Fialova, the hunter for OnlyFans.
“Thank God you’re here to slaughter them all!” he exclaimed at one point, before sarcastically asking her, “Are you playing God with your rifle?”
“Which came first, protection or killing?” he said, with Fiavola deaf to his tone and insisting that her hunting was actually helping to protect the animals.
According to The Daily Star, viewers were also taken aback by guest host Humes’ conflict with the model.
Humes told hunter Michaela Fialova of OnlyFans: “You’re a self-proclaimed animal lover, and as someone who has always loved animals, as I’m sure Phil does as well, and as someone who teaches my children to value and love animals, do you not feel—”
“How do you define animal love?” Fialova made an interjection.
“To show them gratitude and concern for their lives. Are you not remorseful for carrying out such assassinations? Isn’t it difficult for you to do that?”
According to The Daily Mail, Fialova earns roughly $4,000 a week from her OnlyFans account dedicated to dead animals.
Michaela Fialova, a hunter for OnlyFans, has insisted that her hunting is beneficial because it aids in the control of animal populations.
“You still have to balance the population and everything that has to be eliminated; it’s the same everywhere,” she told “This Morning.”
“Overpopulation is undesirable – particularly in the wild – because it can result in a fight for water and food if there are too many of the same species, which is why I do what I do,” she previously said.
“My friend Sandra mentioned OnlyFans to me a few months ago because I had already adopted the moniker sexy hunter due to my risqué social media posts, and I figured why not share the same images on there,” the model explained.