Montreal-born Fedha Sinon whose online handle is PinkyDoll has gone viral for her NPC (nonplayer character, a static character that can’t be manipulated by video game players) livestream videos on TikTok.
While livestreaming, she repeats catch phrases like “ice cream so good” and “gang gang” in a sing-song voice in response to digital gifts from viewers. As part of her performance, she also pops corn kernels one at a time using a hot-hair flat iron.
In a recent interview with the NY Times, the 27-year-old mother of one, revealed she banks approximately $2-$3 thousand per live TikTok sesson. Between TikTok and her OnlyFans account, Sinon says she pulls about $7K per day.
Her fans include Keke Palmer, Elon Musk and Timbaland, who featured her on his Instagram feed and mixed her voice on a song snippet.
Simon previously worked as a stripper and also owned a cleaning business. She began livestreaming on TikTok earlier this year to make money. While she isn’t the first to livestream NPC videos, she caused the concept to go viral and has since spawned dozens of copycats.