Blac Chyna, who now goes by her birth name Angela White, has spoken about her decision to leave OnlyFans, a sexualized social media website, and embrace Christianity.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, the former reality star and model explained that her baptism in May of last year was a pivotal moment that prompted her to stop sharing X-rated content on the platform. Despite earning an estimated $2 million over two years, White decided that her provocative content conflicted with her newfound faith. She described the content as “degrading” and said that it wasn’t something that God would want her to do, especially after being baptized on her birthday.
Blac Chyna was a high-earning celebrity on OnlyFans, initially charging $10 per month for subscribers to view her content. Later, she increased the fee to $50 per month with additional package deals available. After her baptism in May last year, White felt guided by God in her decision-making and found support in a Christian community for prayers and spiritual guidance. White hoped that by sharing her transformation, she could inspire others. She turned to Christianity to become whole and move away from repetitive patterns in her life. White had cosmetic procedures done in the past and has been reversing them, including breast reduction, removal of silicone fillers from her bottom, and dissolving facial fillers. Despite criticism and skepticism, White said that no one could dictate her faith or religion.
White has shared her journey on social media, receiving an outpouring of support. She admitted that her insecurities had led her to undergo several procedures and is now ready to embrace a more authentic lifestyle. Her baptism played a crucial role, leading her to go by faith and allowing God to guide her.
In 2021, the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation reported that OnlyFans was often used for pornographic purposes, and it facilitated sex trafficking and abuse. Detective Joseph Scaramucci of the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office spoke out against OnlyFans, stating that some users filmed videos with their victims and used them to promote themselves. The director of corporate and strategic initiatives for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Linda Nealon, said that OnlyFans enabled sexual abuse and exploitation, including child sex abuse material and human trafficking of adults and minors. It is crucial for law enforcement, policymakers, service providers, parents, and caregivers to understand how the platform works and its associated risks.