It was posting photos of these healthy treats on Facebook that first taught Wolfie the commercial potential of social media. She was also playing competitive basketball in the WABL, until a serious knee injury forced her to spend a considerable amount of time in the gym rehabbing. You can never skip leg day. By , her account had nearly 10, followers, of which nearly 80 per cent were young men, as is still the case today.
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In the past year, Jem Wolfie has made a multi-million dollar income from her OnlyFans page alone - where fans pay a monthly fee for access to exclusive content. On top of this, the self-employed year-old earns a healthy income from Instagram sponsorships and brand deals, as well as her own range of clothing and e-books. As such, it comes as no surprise that Wolfie, from Perth, Australia , is pretty pleased with her lot right now. But it's not a lavish lifestyle that brings the former chef happiness - it's helping dogs. I live a humble life; I don't buy anything for myself," she told LADbible. I've never been able to do that so I'm building a house right now so I can have dogs. But growing a following of more than 2. Overzealous fans can pose privacy risks, while at the other end of the scale, she has to put up with daily abuse from a minority of keyboard warriors.
A curvy Instagram model who's collected more than 2. Wolfie said her home city was 'so behind the times What I do is sort of laughed at there. Wolfie was a full-time chef working '14 hour days' and a competitive basketballer when her second career - social media - began to take off. Her comments surprised host Adam Grandmaison, who said Insta-models were treated 'like gold' in Los Angeles, and that influencing was a respected career there. Wolfie replied: 'Yeah, it's not a real career where I'm from, believe me. But that's OK, because I don't need, like, validation from anyone for what I do. She said Sydney and Melbourne were home to more influencers who had built full-time careers out of social media, but she never wanted to leave her family and rescue dogs behind in Perth.
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