The popularity game as well as the financial freedom served by OnlyFans is like a jackpot for models. Although most models seem to have found comfort in their explicit work, some are still in dilemma. After gaining popularity and earning millions, Blac Chyna, the OnlyFans model, decided to leave the platform.

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Blac Chyna leaves OnlyFans

After joining OnlyFans in 2020 and leaving it in 2021 serving content for a year, Blac Chyna tries to be a role model for her children. The model and reality star, Chyna reportedly earned $240M before deactivating her account. The model seemingly grew a conscience and decided to give up her explicit work.

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Blac Chyna Leaves OnlyFans After Earning $240M 

Angela Renée White, professionally known as Blac Chyna, has always been in the explicit business of serving voyeuristic pleasure. Known for her unusual and exotic look, Chyna used to strip in a Miami club, King of Diamonds. From being a stripper to Rob Kardashian’s fiancé, Blac Chyna even made her way into OnlyFans. The model joined the platform in April 2020 and started earning millions. It was reported that Chyna earned nearly $20M from her OnlyFans monthly subscription. However, after earning for a year, it seems the former stripper peeked into her conscience and realized it wasn’t worth it. 

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Blac Chyna deactivates her OnlyFans account

While appearing on Jason Lee Show on Revolt, Chyna spoke about her decision of leaving OnlyFans. She explained, she was trying “changing everything about me”. After being a mother, she wanted to be a better role model for her children. Thus, she mentioned, “all that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I’m worth way more than that.” 

Despite leaving OnlyFans and being a former p*rnographic model, Chyna didn’t give up on supporting her fellow models on the platform. “Shout out to the people that do still have their OnlyFans and stuff like that,” Blac Chyna shared, and advised them all to “get your money” without allowing it to control their life. 

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Blac Chyna’s Reality TV Career 

Apart from being a stripper and OnlyFans model, Blac Chyna rose to prominence in 2010, after working as Nicki Minaj’s stunt double in the Monster music video. Gaining wider media attention, Chyna appeared in Drake’s Miss Me. Further, she appeared as a model in several magazines and ultimately rose to fame through reality shows alongside Rob Kardashian. 

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Blac Chyna as Nicki Minaj’s stunt double

Chyna had been dating Tyga after she appeared in his music video Rack City. Although Chyna refused to join the rapper on his tour, they eventually started dating in December 2011. The two welcomed their son in 2012, however soon ended their relationship in 2014, when Tyga started dating Kylie Jenner. Ever since then, Chyna has had several feuds with Jenner, until Rob Kardashian started dating Chyna. Jenner’s half-brother and Chyna started dating in 2016 and appeared in their reality TV show, Rob & Chyna

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Blac Chyna’s Lawsuit Against The Kardashians 

The reality show with Rob Kardashian was a great source of popularity for the model. She further welcomed a daughter with Kardashian in 2016 after their engagement. However, the engaged couple and new parents soon declared their split. It was reported, Rob Kardashian leaked a s*xually explicit photo of Chyna on Instagram. Thus, the reality TV star filed a $108M defamation lawsuit against the Kardashians and sought a temporary restraining order against her fiancé. 

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Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian

Although she lost the case and no damages were awarded, Chyna claimed to be really happy to have done that. “Thank God that I did sued the Kardashians… regardless of the outcome. I stood up for myself because there were layers to it.” the model stated. Currently, after leaving OnlyFans, the model is keeping herself busy with her reality TV shows and million-dollar fame. She is also focused on her children and is trying to give them the best life. 

Read more: Rob Kardashian Denied Settlement Motion Against Blac Chyna For Revenge-Sex Video

Source: Marca

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