OnlyFans is the last place Blac Chyna will make green. According to reports, the voluptuous mother of two made $240 million by sharing lusty snaps on the subscription-based streaming service in 2021.
“OnlyFans is not something I do anymore. I don’t do it at all,” Chyna, 34, revealed during her appearance on Revolt’s “Jason Lee Show” this week.
According to the reality star turned stripper, “I’m changing everything about myself.” “This is a dead end, and I know I’m worth more than that.”
As her main motivation for leaving OnlyFans, Chyna cited her 10-year-old son King Cairo and 6-year-old daughter Dream Kardashian with rapper Tyga, 33.
“At a certain age, kids see everything and gravitate toward it,” she said about her children before noting her numerous legal issues.
“For me, there are bigger fish to fry,” said Chyna, who recently appeared in BET’s “The Black Hamptons” and on Amazon’s “Secret Society 2.”
As a result, she had so many lawsuits at the time; she said, “it was like ‘Woah.'” “But I’m fine.”
She advised, “Get your money, don’t let money control you.”
Even though she ultimately lost in court, Chyna said she is “proud” of herself for taking on the Kardashians with her $100 million defamation lawsuit.
Despite the outcome, she was thankful for having sued the Kardashians. Even though there were layers to it,” I am most proud of myself for standing up for myself.”
Chyna filed legal documents in October 2017 claiming $40 million in loss of earnings and more than $60 million in future earnings against Rob Kardashian, his mother, Kris Jenner, and sisters Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian.
In her complaint, she claimed the “Kardashians” stars tarnished her reputation and forced her to cancel a second season of her E! reality series “Rob & Chyna.”
The famed family was not awarded monetary damages in the case, but Blac Chyna said she felt “vindicated” after taking them to court.
Jenner, 67, however, spat, “Honestly, I don’t care about anyone’s apology.” when asked about her alleged misdeeds.
Laughing, she added, “I don’t even want it.” “Not if it comes with a Ferrari.