Tyga deleted her OnlyFans account after it was announced that the platform will no longer host sexually explicit content.
The news that he will launch his own porn platform comes after OnlyFans announced that it will no longer host sexually explicit content.
From October, the popular content subscription service will not allow users to post explicit images or videos – which has been met with criticism from many of its creators.
Tyga, who quickly became notorious on OnlyFans for creating regular sexually explicit content, has now deleted her account in favor of launching her own platform.
The Rack City rapper teamed up with Ryder Ripps of OKFOCUS, who was behind the VFILES brand, 88RISING, and worked with Travis Scott and Kanye West to launch Myystar, a similar type of platform with OnlyFans, but strictly for sexual content.
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According to a press release, the new platform will give users “the creative freedom they deserve” and will take only 10% of the creators’ income, as opposed to OnlyFans 20%.
Myystar will be launched in October; fans can sign up now.
Earlier this year, Bhad Bhabie claimed to have earned over $ 1 million (£ 723,000) in his first six hours on OnlyFans.
Other artists who have joined the platform include Cardi B, who collaborated with the online subscription platform last year “to launch backstage content, address ongoing rumors and better connect with fans [ei]”.