Former OnlyFans content creator Blac Chyna, who now goes by her real real name of Angel White, is partnering with the fan subscription platform Passes.
The platform aims to offer “clean content” without featuring nudity.
The reality star has distanced herself from sex work-related activities, embracing a commitment to being a born-again Christian. And Passes seems to fit the bill.
“I am so grateful to join Passes, a female-owned platform that lets me show my true self to better connect with my growing community,” Blac Chyna said in a Dec. 2 press release.
“The last year has been transformative for my mental and physical health, and I look forward to sharing more of that journey on Passes. My hope is that telling my story will help people feel less alone and more supported in whatever struggles they may be going through.”
On Passes, Blac Chyna offers three tiers of subscriptions: $3.99 per month for access to her cooking, $6.99 for workout routines, and both subscriptions bundled together for $9.99.
“We believe all creators are entrepreneurs and it’s our mission to help creators scale their communities and therefore, their businesses,” Lucy Guo, founder and CEO of Passes, said in a statement. “At Passes, we understand that the best way to grow your brand and business is to be able to directly connect with your fans, so we strive to help turn them into superfans. We are thrilled to welcome Angela and her fans to the platform!”
As Finurah previously reported, last year, Blac Chyna left OnlyFans, deactivating an account that once reigned as the most popular and reportedly made $240 million in 2021, Complex reported. The amount has not been confirmed, and since that claim, Blac Chyna has said publicly that she is having money problems. In October, she said in legal docs from her custody battle with former partner Tyga she was selling her used clothing and accessories online just to make it, TMZ reported.
Blac Chyna, who is only allowed to see the son they share for at least 24 hours per week, is seeking joint custody of their child and requested $125,000 from Tyga to cover her legal expenses.