Making a quick burp - that's what Rebekka Blue does, and she's making a fortune out of it. From selling her toenails to her used underwear, she has found unique ways to earn money, but nothing quite compares to her talent for burping.
Rebekka Blue has taken her unique talent to new heights, turning her belches into a profitable business venture.
With her uncanny ability to burp on command, she has found a lucrative market in selling these natural emissions to willing buyers; each bagged and sold for a whopping $100.
Her followers on social media eagerly anticipate her next release, with many requesting customized burps to add to their collections.
"It certainly is a rare request," Blue told NeedToKnow.Online. "My customers are ecstatic and satisfied that I offer a service to fulfill their fantasy."
With her surprising announcement, Rebekka sent shockwaves through her 1.1 million TikTok followers: she's now trading her burps for big bucks.
Rebekka recently shared a video on her social media, which quickly went viral and amassed over 3.7 million views. In the clip, she can be seen chugging soda before belching into a clear bag, which she then sells to her customers for a cool $100.
According to Rebekka Blue, she's been creating burp content for a while now, ever since she first gained popularity on social media.
However, it wasn't until 2022 that she began to receive requests for burps in a bag. With her entrepreneurial instincts, Rebekka saw an opportunity to turn these requests into a profitable business venture.
Today, she offers custom burps to her fans, allowing them to specify the type of burp they want and even the desired flavor.
"You can order as many as you want," she said.
"The bigger and longer your burps are, the more money you can make with burp content."
"Each customer has different requests, and with video content, they can ask if they want you to act impressed or grossed out by the burps," she continued.
"Some even request you to rub your tummy at the same time!"
While selling burps in a bag may seem like an easy way to make a quick buck, Rebekka Blue would beg to differ.
According to her, burping is no easy feat, and she has to take special steps to prepare her body for the gassy moment.
It takes practice and skill to produce the perfect burp, and Rebekka has spent countless hours honing her craft to ensure that each burp is of the highest quality.
"I eat a full meal that has some sort of onion in it, very fast, chug water and chase with the soda," she said.
"Diet Dr. Pepper is my ideal choice — I've tried all sodas and this one acts the fastest."
"It can be taxing on my body which is why I price accordingly," she added.
"And if the burps aren't as pungent that day, I swallow as much air as I can, as fast as I can."
From humble beginnings, where she was making just $50 a week, to reportedly earning between $5,000 and $10,000 a month, selling an array of bizarre and gross mementos, including used tissues and panty liners, Rebekka has come a long way.
In just 10 years, she's turned her business into a million-dollar empire, and she credits much of her success to her social media presence, particularly on TikTok.
By documenting her business ventures on the platform, Rebekka has attracted a massive following, with millions of people tuning in to watch her every move.
In one particularly popular video that garnered 2.5 million views, Rebekka explained how she started selling earwax-caked swabs for just $5 a pop.
It's a testament to her creativity and ingenuity, and it's no wonder that Rebekka has become such a sensation among her fans.
Rebekka's inventory of products is not for the faint of heart. In addition to selling burps in a bag, she's also hawked used tissues, worn sportswear, shoes that have been dirtied by excessive walking, and a plethora of other bizarre and unusual items.
“If we go to the salon to get our toes done, I’m asking to keep the flip-flops and the toenail dividers and trying to get my client to pay for everybody’s pedicures,” explained Blue.
“It’s an upselling challenge. She even sells her garbage, proving that one person’s trash is indeed another’s treasure.”