More than half of the Big Brother Australia 2020 cast are making the most of their newfound fame by charging fans for personalised videos on But it appears Xavier Molyneux is refusing to profit from his ‘young’ audience, and is instead using his new celebrity platform to raise awareness for a good cause.
Sharing a video to his Instagram on Sunday, Xavier began: ‘With my 15 minutes of fame unfortunately coming to an end, I thought what a great opportunity to raise some money for a charity.’
Good cause: Big Brother’s Xavier Molyneux (pictured) is refusing to profit off personalised videos for fans as 12 other co-stars promote pricey Cameo fees
‘Raise focuses on youth wellbeing and mental health. What they do is they get everyday people like you or me, and train them up to be mentors,’ he continued.
Xavier, 23, then requested fans donate $10 towards Raise Foundation, and send him a screenshot and he will reply with a personalised video.
The program provides essential mentoring programs for young people at risk of disengaging and poor wellbeing.
Time is ticking! Sharing a video, Xavier began: ‘With my 15 minutes of fame unfortunately coming to an end, I thought what a great opportunity to raise some money for a charity’
Nice guy! Last week, the Sydney-based star revealed with most of his audiences being ‘young’ he doesn’t feel it is ‘right or fair’ to be asking them to pay for video messages
Last week, the Sydney based star revealed with most of his audiences being ‘young’ he didn’t feel it was ‘right or fair’ to be asking them to pay for video messages.
Interesting, half of Xavier’s reality TV co-stars have joined Cameo, and are charging individual fans up to $30 for personalised videos.
Kieran Davidson, who also has his own range of merchandise, was the first star to join the website and charges $15 per shout-out.
Joining the 21-year-old YouTuber is Angela Clancy, Ian Joass, Sarah McDougal, Garth Saville, Casey Mazzucchelli, Sophie Budack, Allan Liang, Hannah Campbell, Marissa Rancan, and Danni Keogh.
Even series’ winner Chad Hurst is on the platform.
‘Want to be called a Thicc boii, hear a live performance of Standing In A White Room or simply have a chat!’ Kieran announced on Instagram last month.
The show’s ‘mastermind’ player then replied he would send him ‘the link’ when he joins the subscription-based service known for adult-based content.