Blac Chyna is opening up like never before as she candidly talks about her decision to step away from OnlyFans. In an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail, the 35-year-old told the publication that quitting the popular site came about when she decided to dedicate her life to God.
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Chyna, who now goes by her government name, Angela White, said that promoting her raunchy content and encouraging her followers to sign up for a monthly subscription had pushed her impressionable fans into making bad choices.With a combined following of 19 million followers on social media, the mother of two sensed that she was using her platform to encourage young girls to follow suit.
While the internet subscription service isn’t solely centered around X-rated content, the site is said to be predominantly used by sex workers. Which has seen some of its most popular content creators make upwards of $100k per month.
While Chyna’s earnings on OnlyFans were initially believed to have been around $20 million, she later denounced those claims. Instead, she had made “more like $2 million” in two years.
Still, she believes that those numbers, along with her many posts endorsing the site, were enough to lead her fans into thinking that showing suggestive and erotic content of themselves was the way to success, which Chyna says was far from the case.
Blac Chyna No Longer Wanted To Promote A Platform That Allegedly Exploits People
“It was just exploiting myself to get obviously money, but it wasn’t showing my authentic self,” she said.”Blac Chyna, because of my past, it was like ‘she’s a super exotic dancer turned this.’”
The former reality star had joined the site back in 2020. A time people were looking for ways to generate a steady income because of the pandemic.
Looking back, Chyna felt guilt over how she was presenting herself over the years. In particular, with girls that looked up to her.
“Do you know how many other women are gonna go and run and do OnlyFans because they see that I’m making this money? That’s a negative thing,” she expressed.
But after experiencing what she called a religious awakening as a born-again Christian, Chyna doesn’t want to be held accountable for it on Judgement Day.
“I’m gonna have to reckon with that […] The fact it is empowering people on a business aspect instead of being exploited, such as OnlyFans.”
Moving forward, Chyna hopes to be more of a positive example. She continues to rebrand her image in hopes that her legacy won’t be associated with her OnlyFans.