Former stripper and OnlyFans content creator Blac Chyna explained in an interview published Friday why she chose to quit the platform and reverse some plastic surgery procedures.
The 34-year-old celebrity said her conversion to Christianity inspired her to pursue a different way of life which didn’t include the “degrading” nature of OnlyFans, despite how lucrative it was for her. She also started using her given name, Angela White.
“I’m not doing OnlyFans anymore. I’m kind of past that,” White said during an interview with The Daily Mail. “It is one of those things where I did what I needed to do at that moment because of the circumstances I was in.”
“Besides, with me being baptized, that’s just not what God will want me to do. It’s kind of degrading,” she continued.
The model joined the adult-oriented subscription site OnlyFans in 2020 and went on to become one of the top-earning performers on the platform, the publication noted. While some outlets estimated White was raking in $20 million per month, she has since said she made about $1 million per year thanks to monthly and annual subscriptions.
White, who was once engaged to Rob Kardashian and shares a child with him, announced she was baptized as a Christian in 2022. She told The Daily Mail, “I think my baptism on my birthday played a big part. Everything has been kind of trickling down for me and lining up perfectly.”
“Now I’m just going by faith. I’m not even really going by like the Blac Chyna way or the Angela way. Let me just let God lead me,” she added.
The influencer also spoke about why she decided to pursue Christianity.
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“I just got sick and tired of being sick and tired of the same repetitive things,” White explained. “I thought, ‘Let me dig deep and see what it is that I’m doing wrong.’ Because obviously there’s something I’m not doing right, even if I think I am. Now I’m doing the right thing to the best of my ability so I can become whole.”
Besides just changing her career, White decided to change her appearance, which meant removing her breast implants and dissolving fillers in her buttocks and face. White said fans have been very encouraging and supportive as she documents that process on social media.
“As women, we want to look the best and like as fake as possible and plastic and everything needs to be perfect in this and that. But that’s not normal, that comes from insecurity and different things of that sort and just being in that certain kind of life and lifestyle,” the influencer told the publication.
“So I’m kind of done with that type of lifestyle and I just want to step into my own and own it,” White said, clarifying that while she’s not against cosmetic procedures, she thinks she personally took it too far.