OnlyFans Model Quit Making Seductive Content After Becoming a Christian: ‘Let God Lead Me’
By Movieguide® Contributor
Following a baptism on her 34th birthday, OnlyFans’ top celebrity, Blac Chyna, has rejected her provocative career and abruptly quit the degrading platform in favor of a God-honoring lifestyle.
“I’m not doing OnlyFans anymore,” she said. “I’m kind of past that. It is one of those things where I did what I needed to do at the moment because of the circumstances I was in. Besides, with me being baptized, that’s just not what God will want me to do. It’s kind of degrading.
Along with quitting raunchy content, Chyna is undoing many of her cosmetic surgeries and abandoning her stage name in favor of her birth name, Angela White.
White was baptized in May of last year, celebrating the act on her Instagram and speaking of new beginnings.
“Now I’m just going by faith,” she said. “I’m not really going by like the Blac Chyna way or the Angela way. Let me just let God lead me.”
Since leaving the sexual content sphere, White has received heavy criticism. However, she has not let others sway her confidence.
“If you don’t like it, then you just don’t like it,” she said. “But I will tell you this, there is a God. Nobody can tell you what to do with your religion or your faith or this or that.”
White has also found strength through a support group of believers who have provided her with prayers and spiritual counsel. Her transformation itself also leans toward long-lasting change as she embraced the Christian faith out of a need for wholeness in her life.
“I just got sick and tired of being sick and tired of the same repetitive things,” White said. “I thought, ‘Let me did deep and see what it is that I’m doing wrong.’ Because obviously there’s something I’m not doing right, even if I think I am. Now I’m doing the right thing to the best of my ability so I can become whole.”
“I hope the me coming out will enlighten a lot of people and inspire a lot of people,” she added.
White has recently been documenting her many surgeries to reverse the effects of former cosmetic work she had done, returning herself to a more natural look.
“Not only am I doing this for myself, but then I’m also encouraging other people that’s even thinking about it,” she said.
“As women, we want to look the best and like as fake as possible and plastic and everything needs to be perfect in this and that. But that’s not normal, that comes from insecurity and different things of that sort and just being in that certain kind of life and lifestyle,” she later added.
Since quitting her old lifestyle, White has found success in new avenues. She recently launched a new luxury hair care line, Hearts Pure, and hopes to grow her budding acting career.
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