Blac Chyna producing NSFW docuseries on porn site OnlyFans

Cue the cameras: Blac Chyna is heading up a docuseries about adult site OnlyFans.

Called “OnlyCam: LA,” the show premieres on May 17 at 8 p.m. on streaming site Zeus Network.

Rob Kardashian’s ex, whose real name is Angela White, will give an in-depth look at the lives of on-camera sex workers, who have seen their earnings explode since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

OnlyFans, a service that allows individuals to pay subscriptions for private video content from creators, has been a boon for sex workers, who can take their NSFW content to a more intimate online platform.

The steamy documentary executive produced by Chyna includes former “Bachelorette” castmember Chad Johnson, who announced in April that he was going to get into the porn industry — in particular, the world of foot fetishes.

“There’s some weird feet people out there,” says Johnson in the trailer, rocking a porn ‘stache and only wearing a tight-fitting pair of briefs.

The series appears to center on how OnlyFans is making it rain on its stars: “In the last 58 days I have made $93,000,” Johnson says.

One performer featured in the doc, Dallas Wade, says he makes over $100,000 a month from his work on the site, most of which features his behind. “My butt became a thing,” he says in the trailer.

But it’s not all about the moneymakers: the docuseries will also show the pitfalls of this line of work: “I’m just kind of nervous about my kids and stuff,” says a Kim Kardashian lookalike in the clip.

“Right now because of the whole pandemic it’s been boosted,” says one camgirl, of the financial boom in the industry.

She’s not wrong. The Post reported in early March that strippers who are unable to work in clubs because of the coronavirus pandemic have been turning to the service and raking in the bills. Some escorts who can’t meet clients in person have been making the leap online, through it brings a new set of challenges.

The service has gotten so popular during the quarantine that Beyoncé shouted it out on her remix of Megan Thee Stallion’s popular song “Savage.” Views on the site jumped 15 percent in less than 24 hours after it debuted, reports The Daily Beast.

Chyna, who had a show with Kardashian in 2016 called “Rob & Chyna,” is also currently featured on a Zeus Network show about her life, called “The Real Blac Chyna.”

The mom of two has her own OnlyFans page that she launched in April, where she charges $50 a month for her videos. She often posts teasers of her OnlyFans content to her Instagram, like videos of her posing in lingerie or of her soaking wet feet stomping on grapes.

Subscription to the streaming network costs $3.99 a month or $39 a year.

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