• Blac Chyna has an estimated net worth of $10 million
  • She joined OnlyFans in April 2020
  • Chyna gained attention after being name-dropped by Drake in his 2010 song "Miss Me"

Blac Chyna was only one of the many celebrities who joined subscription platform OnlyFans last year, but she has since risen to the top in terms of earnings.

Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renée White, first gained attention in 2010 after Drake mentioned her in one of his songs. She has since appeared in music videos and TV shows and launched a number of self-branded business ventures, usually revolving around beauty products and services.

Now, the reality television personality and social media entrepreneur has an estimated net worth of $10 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth

A chunk of Chyna’s income comes from her OnlyFans account, where she earns an estimated $20 million per month, according to Influencer Marketing Hub. This is almost twice the monthly earnings of the second-highest-earning creator on the site's list, Bella Thorne, who famously raked in $1 million less than 24 hours after she joined OnlyFans last year.

Chyna, who has 16.1 million followers on Instagram, charges her OnlyFans subscribers a fee of $19.99 per month to view her content. So far, she has made 155 posts and received nearly 16,000 likes on her page.

The 33-year-old model announced her OnlyFans page in April 2020 by posting a preview of a foot fetish video on her Instagram that features a close-up on her foot stomping on a bowl of grapes.

Her earnings from the subscription website are expected to grow as the number of registered OnlyFans users increases. As of August, the site has more than 130 million users, Bloomberg reported.

While this was Chyna's first public stint on a camming service, she worked as a stripper during college, mainly to pay for her tuition fees. She later dropped out after she found it difficult to juggle her classes and work.

After leaving school, Chyna explored modeling as a career and landed a deal with several publications, including Dimepiece Magazine, where she made the front cover. The stripper-turned-model landed more gigs and expanded her portfolio, eventually appearing in Straight Stuntin' Magazine and Black Men's Magazine.

Chyna gained attention in the hip-hop and urban community and was name-dropped by Drake in his 2010 song “Miss Me.” She was able to land a role as Nicki Minaj’s body double for the music video of Kanye West’s 2010 single “Monster,” which featured Minaj, Jay-Z, Rick Ross and Bon Iver.

In the next several years, Chyna appeared in a number of TV shows, including “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” “Rob & Chyna,” “RuPaul's Drag Race,” “Good Morning America,” “The Real” and “The Wendy Williams Show.” She also had her own reality show titled “The Real Blac Chyna.”

Aside from her TV and modeling careers, Chyna also trained professionally as a makeup artist in 2013. She started her own beauty salon in Encino, Los Angeles, where she runs beauty classes and courses.

She also released her own line of makeup products called Lashed by Blac Chyna. In 2013, she launched an online store called 88fin, through which she sells her own clothing products and various other items.

As for her personal life, Chyna famously dated rapper Tyga, with whom she shares a son. They split in 2016, and she moved on with Rob Kardashian in 2016. Chyna and Kardashian share a daughter named Dream.

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Blac Chyna attends the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Aug. 20, 2018. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images