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Tyga Deletes OnlyFans Account to Launch His Own Content Platform

Just 24 hours after OnlyFans announced that it will ban “sexually explicit” content, Tyga, one of its most popular creators, has deleted his account to launch his own content platform as a competitor.


The rapper’s subscription-based content service, called “myystar,” will allow sexually explicit videos for sex workers and celebrities alike. Set to debut in October, myystar will take a 10% cut from creators’ earnings—half of OnlyFans’ cut.

“I know how many people make a lot of money on OnlyFans, and that’s where most of their revenue is at,” Tyga exclusively told Forbes. “I want to give those people hope.”

Though Tyga wouldn’t disclose his OnlyFans earnings, he confirmed that he’s made several million with his $20/month subscriptions. OnlyFans reported in a statement sent to Axios yesterday that its 2 million creators have made more than $5 billion on the platform.

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