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Blac Chyna producing OnlyFans docuseries exploring online sex work – Metro.co.uk

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Blac Chyna heads an OnlyFans docuseries (Picture: Zeus)

Blac Chyna has found a new way to keep us informed as she heads a new docuseries on the adult site OnlyFans called Only CAM: LA.

The star – who shares daughter Dream with Rob Kardashian – will explore the lives of on-camera sex workers, who have seen their subscriptions rise since the coronavirus pandemic started.

OnlyFans is a service that allows people to buy subscriptions for private video content from creators and has been a hit for sex workers and cam girls.

Blac – real name Angela White – executive produced the series which also stars former Bachelorette cast member Chad Johnson, who recently said he was stepping into the world of foot fetishes in the porn industry.

‘There’s some weird feet people out there,’ Chad explained in the trailer, all while totally killing the classic porn moustache.

‘In the last 58 days, I have made $93,000 (£77,000),’ he continued.

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The Bachelorette star also appears in the docuseries (Picture: Zeus)

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One cam girl explained her business has been boosted by 400% since starting an OnlyFans account.

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Another said: ‘I spend a lot of time doing it but it’s frustrating. I get tired of it,’

According to the Daily Beast, views on the site jumped by 15% in less than 24 hours after Beyonce shouted out OnlyFans on Megan Thee Stallion’s Savage remix.

If Beyonce shouts something out, you check it out.

Chyna also has her own OnlyFans account in which she charges $50 (£41) for videos of her in lingerie and, for those with specific kinks, videos of her stomping on grapes.

Only Cam: LA premieres at 8 pm 17 May on streaming site the Zeus Network.

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