Estimating Blac Chyna’s net worth in 2022 amid huge OnlyFans earnings

Bruno Cooke September 5, 2022
Estimating Blac Chyna’s net worth in 2022 amid huge OnlyFans earnings
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On June 28, 2022, research publisher Statista reported 34-year-old model and socialite Blac Chyna (real name Angela Renée White) made about $20 million per month in 2021 from OnlyFans – what might her net worth be in 2022 as a result?

Most estimates of the mother-of-two’s net worth peak at $5 million or $10 million, meaning they don’t appear to take into account news of her boom OnlyFans year.

Joining her among the highest earners on the website are actress and creator Bella Thorne and rapper Cardi B.

Meanwhile, Statista adds, OnlyFans global net revenues are due to reach $2.5 billion in 2022.

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What might Blac Chyna’s net worth be in 2022 after reported OnlyFans earnings?

Several websites estimate Blac Chyna’s net worth to be about $5 million. Some even venture as far as $10 million.

But those that limit their estimates to seven-figure numbers neglect news that came out earlier this year that she was the top-earning creator on OnlyFans in 2021.

The American model and television personality reportedly made $20 million per month from her OnlyFans content alone. That adds up to $240 million in total from a year’s earnings.

News that Blac Chyna made $240 million in 2021 therefore means her net worth in 2022 is likely to be higher than $5 million, $10 million or even a figure several times that. It could easily be in excess of $100 million. The Focus has reached out to Blac Chyna for comment on Statista’s research.

What else contributes towards Blac Chyna’s 2022 net worth?

In April this year, The Sun published an article about Chyna’s Los Angeles home, which it estimated as worth $4 million today. She bought it for $3 million in 2018, per TMZ.

The outlet describes the property as “stunning.” The Shade Room posted on Instagram in November 2020 that the model had “hit a flex real quick,” exhibiting her array of high-end cars.

But the context is also key to estimating Blac Chyna’s wealth – she was, at the time, suing the Kardashian family for $100 million in lost earnings, The Sun adds. The defamation case dated to 2017.

Ultimately, Sky News reported on May 3, 2022 that Chyna lost $108 million in the case against the Kardashians. The trial lasted ten days. The judge awarded Chyna zero in damages.

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Who were the other top OnlyFans earners in 2021?

According to Statista’s analysis, Bella Thorne ranked second among the highest OnlyFans earners for 2021. She took $11 million per month on the platform; rapper Cardi B came third, making $9.34 million during the year.

Blac Chyna only launched her OnlyFans account in April 2020. She charges a monthly subscription rate of $19.99.

Complex notes that, if the numbers are correct – as in, if Statista’s research findings are accurate – the figure “heavily differs” from what was reported during her court battle against the Kardashians earlier this year.

TMZ reported at the time that Chyna’s “main moneymaker seems to be OnlyFans, on which she claims she’s made $1 million.”

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What are estimated global net revenues for OnlyFans content creators in 2022?

Statista estimates 2022 will see $2.5 billion go from subscribers to OnlyFans. The statistics site produced the figure on July 29, 2022. In 2020, creators on the platform generated close to $380 million in revenues. Projections estimated 2021 to see revenues more than triple, to $1.2 billion.

OnlyFans began life in 2016. It’s a London-based online platform on which creators post content for users to access by paying a subscription fee. 

Material on the website tends to be adult in nature. There are numerous websites that use a similar, subscription-based model. These include Patreon, BuyMeACoffee, Fansly and iFans.

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Bruno Cooke has been a freelance journalist since 2019, primarily with GRV Media. He was an early contributor to The Focus, and has written for HITC, Groundviews and the Sheffield University newspaper – he earned his MA in Global Journalism there in 2021. He’s the Spoken Word Poetry Editor for The Friday Poem, and self-published his debut novel Reveries in 2019, which his mum called both a “fine read” and “excellent Christmas present”. Bruno has lived in China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines and likes, among other things: bicycle touring, black and white Japanese films, pub quizzes, fermentation and baklava. In 2023, Bruno will set off with his partner on a round-the-world cycle.