Blac Chyna Named Top-Earning Creator On OnlyFans
Blac Chyna has been named Top – Earning creator on OnlyFans, just 2 years after joining the subscription based platform.
According to research publisher Statista, Blac Chyna was named the top-earning creator on the platform after she joined the subscription-based platform in April 2020.
The former “Rob & Chyna” star reportedly raked in $20 million per month in 2021, meaning that she made $240 million in 2021 alone. If the number is true, it’s a huge contrast to what was reported during her ultimately unsuccessful court battle against the Kardashians earlier this year. Back in April, the case revealed Chyna’s “main moneymaker seems to be OnlyFans, on which she claims she’s made $1 million.”
Blac Chyna’s Ex Fiancé’
Blac Chyna’s ex-fiancé of Rob Kardashian shared during a 2020 interview with Baller Alert, “I’m on OnlyFans so I can support the music because that stuff is not cheap at all.” The 34-year-old TV personality added, “Getting studio time, engineers, wardrobe, marketing, I’m using all these different hustles to support that and my kids. That’s the ultimate goal: to keep up their living of how they’re living now.”
Blac, who charges a monthly subscription rate of $19.99 as she gives users exclusive access to a mix of NSFW photos and videos, added, “I don’t want to be that parent where they have this now; then, when they get older, they don’t have it … I’m a single black female supporting my kids. I don’t get any child support, so I have all these things like Blac Chyna’s Closet, the Dynasty Group, my music, the OnlyFans, Lash Cosmetics, promos that I do for other people, and other companies to keep my household together.”
Back to the list of top earners on OnlyFans, actress Bella Thorne takes the No. 2 spot as she earned an estimated $11 million per month. While the “Midnight Sun” actress’ subscription rate is now free, she charges for exclusive content. Cardi B comes in at No. 3 with $9.34 million per month. Fans have to pay $4.99 a month to subscribe to Cardi’s OnlyFans account. As for her content, the Grammy-winning raptress uses the platform to share “personal content” such as life updates and Q&As with fans instead of posting explicit videos and photos.
According to Variety, OnlyFans creators collectively made $3.9 billion in 2021. It marks a 115 percent increase from the previous year. “Our creator-first approach to building the world’s safest social-media platform propelled OnlyFans to a record-breaking 2021,” OnlyFans CEO Amrapali “Ami,” Gan said in a statement to the outlet. “We are empowering creators to monetize their content and have real control over it.”