Tyga just became a digital pimp launches his own pornography subscription site called “Myystar” following OnlyFans Ban.
Tyga Leaves OnlyFans, Launches His Own Platform
Just 24 hours after Onlyfans announced that it will ban “sexual explicit”, content, Tyga one of its most popular creators, has deleted his account, which reportedly made him about $8 million on a $20 per month subscription package. He launch his own content platform as a competitor
MyStarr will become available officially in October and Tyga is taking applications on the platform’s website now for those looking for an invite. T-Raww is looking for content creators from all walks of life including podcasters, comedians, athletes and musicians. Users will be able to even sell their own NFTs.
The 31-year-old California rapper and former Young Money artist took to Instagram to share the news. “Just deleted my Onlyfans, starting my own platform @myystar8 more futuristic, better quality & only 10% fee. Creators will also be able to make content of there choice!”
“I know how many people make a lot of money on OnlyFans, and that’s where most of their revenue is at,” Tyga told Forbes. “I want to give those people hope. I pay attention to the culture. I’ve always liked to be on the pulse and see where everybody’s selling. It was just curiosity.”
MyStarr is slated to take 10 percent of earnings rather than OnlyFans, which takes 20 percent off the top of its content creators’ commission.
Myystar’s is reportedly design by creative director Ryder Ripps of OKFOCUS,