Bratty Nikki, Goddess Haven Interviewed in Rolling Stone

Bratty Nikki, Goddess Haven Interviewed in Rolling Stone

LOS ANGELES — iWantEmpire co-founder Bratty Nikki and Goddess Haven — both findom fetish trainers — are interviewed in the newest issue of Rolling Stone magazine.

 “Nikki and Goddess Haven are the perfect ambassadors for iWantEmpire with their eloquence, sex appeal and entrepreneurial spirits,” said Jay Phillips, founder and president of iWantEmpire. “We’re very proud to have them representing iWantEmpire and its platforms through the media.”

Rolling Stone’s Tina Horn spoke to Nikki and Haven to explore how women and tech have taken over porn. “Nikki got her start seven years ago working as an online financial dominatrix, offering phone and cam sessions to clients in which she expressed a personality she tells me isn't really a character,” Horn wrote. “‘I am a greedy brat,’ she says. ‘I believe that I deserve the best out of life. My fans love that I'm confident enough to say, 'This is what I want, and you're gonna give it to me.' 

“She started iWantEmpire with her husband, entrepreneur Jay Phillips, because she felt other host sites were underestimating her as an artist. Like other platforms, they take a cut of the profits, but the artist sets their own price and decides what and how much they want to upload.”

The article also explored Haven’s popularity with her fans. “The audacity of financial domination is a perfect fit for naturally bossy women,” Horn wrote. “Haven, a Haitian-American dominatrix from Orlando, says that when she was go-go dancing and camming, she didn't take direction from clients very well. When she discovered that she could make fetish clips online, it was a way for her to make a career off her genuine demeanor. ‘I really don't want to talk to you; I really just want your money,’ she deadpans.” 

The article is the newest for the two acclaimed fetish artists. Nikki was featured in Men’s Health this month, while Haven recently appeared in Jezebel.com and Topic Magazine.To read the full Rolling Stone article, click here.