How Kendra Middleton made a “tremendous” amount of money during COVID
During her appearance on this morning’s show, Kendra Middleton, one-half of the Bankroll Bunch, spilled the beans on her unexpected money making venture during the COVID-19 pandemic—selling pictures and videos of her feet. Obviously, Fred Toucher was fascinated how she was shedding light on the peculiar world of foot fetish enthusiasts.
Kendra shared the origins of her business, recounting how a former middle school bully, now harboring a foot fetish, initiated the foot-centric commerce by reaching out to her. From there, her unconventional enterprise took off, leading to a variety of requests, including stepping in peanut butter for a cool $1,000 and selling dirty running shoes for $400.
The conversation maintained a light and open-minded atmosphere, with both Kendra and Fred exploring the nuances of the foot fetish community. They delved into the demographics of foot fetishists, with Fred expressing skepticism about the prevalence among women, a sentiment Ryan Johnston countered with statistical evidence supporting her claim of a diverse clientele.
The discussion even touched on the financial side, as Kendra revealed her move of deducting pedicures and Xbox expenses on her taxes.
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