After raking in a reported $20 million per month on OnlyFans in 2021 – making her the top creator – Blac Chyna has walked away from the subscription service, calling it a “dead end” gig.

The model-turned-reality star explained her decision on The Jason Lee Show this week.

“I don’t do OnlyFans anymore — I don’t do it anymore at all,” she said. “It’s a dead end. All that stuff is a dead end, and I know that I’m worth way more than that.”

Chyna – who shares children with Tyga and Rob Kardashian – said she was “setting an example” for her children, which was her main motivation for quitting the lucrative site.

“At a certain age, they see and gravitate to everything,” she said.

She also noted her legal woes contributed to the decision.

“I feel like I have other things — bigger fish to fry,” she said. ““And then, at the time, I had so many lawsuits … it was like ‘Woah’.”

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Chyna revealed that she was proud of herself for taking on the Kardashians in a $150 million lawsuit, even though she ultimately lost when then case went to court.

“Thank God that I did [sue the Kardashians] … regardless [of the outcome],” she said. “I stood up for myself because there were layers to it.”

Chyna filed legal documents against ex-fiance/baby daddy Rob Kardashian, his mother Kris Jenner and sisters Kim and Khloe Kardashian in 2017, claiming a $60 million loss of earnings and more than $90 million in future earnings.

She claimed the Kardashians stars used their influence to tarnish her reputation and cancel a second season of her E! reality series Rob & Chyna.

Although no monetary damages were issued to her in the case, Chyna said she felt “vindicated” after taking the family to court.

One thing she isn’t after is an apology.

“Honestly, I don’t care about nobody’s apologies,” she said before adding, “Unless it comes with a Ferrari. Then I’ll take it.”

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