Blac Chyna Deactivates $240M OnlyFans Account, Says She’s Worth More Than That’
After making $240 million by sharing racy pictures online in 2021, Blac Chyna, a sexy mom-of-two unofficially quit the subscription-based streaming service’s lucrative NSFW account, calling it a “dead end.”
Chyna, who shares son King Cairo, 10, with Rack City rapper Tyga, 33, and daughter Dream Kardashian, 6, with Rob Kardashian, 35, was keen on “leading by example” for her children, a motivation for her decision to leave OnlyFans.
“At a certain age, they see and gravitate to everything,” she said of her kids before noting that her many legal woes also contributed to her exit.
“I feel like I have other things — bigger fish to fry,” said Chyna, who recently earned a feature acting role on BET’s “The Black Hamptons,” and in the Amazon Prime film “Secret Society 2.”
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However, in order not to belittle the page or those who make an honest living on the platform, the social media influencer said, “Shout out to the people that do still have their OnlyFans and stuff like that.”
She advised: “get your money, don’t let the money do you.”
And while it’s about the money, Chyna also revealed she’s “proud” of herself for taking a $100 million defamation lawsuit against the Kardashians — despite losing in court.
In October 2017, Chyna filed legal documents against her ex-fiancé Rob, her mother Kris Jenner, and her sisters Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian for $40 million, claiming lost earnings and over $60 million in future earnings.
She claimed the “Kardashian” stars used their influence to discredit her and slammed E!’s second season of the Reality series “Rob & Chyna.”
Although she was not awarded monetary damages in the case, Blac Chyna said she felt “right” following through with suing the famous family.