Earlier this week, Tyga made the bold decision to delete his lucrative OnlyFans account (he reportedly made over $8 million on OF) and gear up for the launch of his own platform, Mystarr.

OnlyFans continued to take criticism from their creators to the point they rolled back their sexually explicit content ban which was set to take effect starting on October 1.

Tyga was sitting pretty with OnlyFans scrambling to make their subscribers happy while offering an alternative that also takes half of the cut that OF does (Mystarr will take 10 percent of earnings while OnlyFans takes 20 percent).

T-Raww’s Mystarr platform welcomes creators from all walks of life whether that be podcasters, comedians, athletes, musicians or those looking to sell sexually explicit content.

Tyga and Mystarr had a few laughs on their social media accounts mocking OnlyFans’ now temporary explicit content ban.

Mystarr is set to fully launch in October with the platform currently taking early applications for those looking to be first in capitalizing on the fresh opportunity.

“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.”

Tyga Ditches OnlyFans & Launches MyyStar Platform To Keep XXX Party Alive

In December, Tyga also launched his Too Raww model management company to help aspiring models’ careers get off the ground. Even outside of the music lane, the “Taste” rapper continues to find profitable side hustles.