Blac Chyna Explains Why She Deleted Her OnlyFans
She was said to have been one of the platform’s big money makers, but you won’t find Blac Chyna on OnlyFans these days. If there’s one thing Blac Chyna knows how to do, it’s navigating multiple revenue streams. She’s a model, actress, artist, and overall businesswoman, and OnlyFans earned her a pretty penny. There were reports that she was bringing in millions per month, but that hasn’t been substantiated.
Blac Chyna is the latest guest on The Jason Lee Show, and during her appearance, she spoke about her OnlyFans popularity. She revealed to Lee that she decided to no longer create content for the site, and her decision had much to do with her son, King, getting older. Chyna shares King with rapper Tyga, and a daughter, Dream, with Rob Kardashian.
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“I’m just changing everything about me,” Chyna said. “All that stuff is a dead end and I know that I’m way — I’m worth way more than that. I feel like I have bigger fish to fry, and at the time, I had so many things in lawsuits. It’s like, ‘wow,’ but yeah, I’m good. Shout out to the people that do still have their OnlyFans and stuff like that. Get your money, don’t let the money make you.”
Elsewhere, Chyna discussed her three-year romance with rapper Lil Twin. Unlike her previous relationships, Chyna is keeping this one away from prying eyes. “I’m just, like, I just want to keep certain things, like, private,” Chyna said. “Because the internet, you know how the internet can be.” Lee asked if she is affected by the naysayers.
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“Umm, yes and no. It depends — it depends what the story is,” Chyna answered. “Most of the time, I’m like, hmmm, ‘this is not even true,’ so I just don’t even let it, like, bother me. But then it’s like, some things that isn’t true, it, like, really bothers me.”