Blac Chyna is putting her faith first.
Amid the model's new chapter in her personal life, the 34-year-old recently shared why she's chosen to take a step back from the lucrative OnlyFans career she launched in April 2020.
"I'm not doing OnlyFans anymore, I'm kind of past that," Chyna told Daily Mail in an interview published March 24. "It is one of those things where I did what I needed to do at that moment because of the circumstances I was in."
Chyna—who has also recently shared she's been baptized—added, "Besides, with me being baptized, that's just not what God will want me to do. It's kind of degrading."
As the "Doom" musician noted, the significance of that event serves as a guide amid her journey.
"Now I'm just going by faith," Chyna, born Angela White, continued. "I'm not even really going by the Blac Chyna way or the Angela way. Let me just let God lead me."
As the former reality star—who shares son King Cairo, 10, with ex Tyga and daughter Dream, 6, with ex Rob Kardashian—explained, she made the decision about her faith after a time of reflection.
"I thought, ‘Let me dig deep and see what it is that I'm doing wrong,'" she told the publication. "Because obviously there's something I'm not doing right, even if I think I am. Now I'm doing the right thing to the best of my ability so I can become whole."
Most recently, Chyna has also opened up about undergoing medical procedures, including breast and butt reduction surgery, amid her personal transformation. As she noted, people have, in turn, been "really, really supportive.'
"Not only am I doing it for myself," she added. "But then, I'm also encouraging other people that's even thinking about it."
As Chyna put it, "I'm kind of done with that type of lifestyle and I just want to step into my own and own it."