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Instagram model says body-shaming is an ‘everyday’ thing’, It can be very exhausting’

Jem Wolfie says she is “so in love” with her, but admits that there has been one negative aspect is, they will still be involved with the day to day.
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Jem Wolfie has millions of followers on social media, but not all of them are always so much fun.

The Australian Instagrammer, one of which is the account consists of selfies, modeling shots, fitness, inspiration, healthy eating tips, was recently admitted to the LADbible, that is the worst part of her job is “to wake up every day and seeing all the comments and posts that are just awful.”

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Wolfie, 28, was working as a pastry chef, and played basketball (with the West Australian Basketball League), before taking her talents to the online posting of a photo of the health food items that they are trying to sell it as part of their first business venture. Fitness videos are soon to be followed now and then by hordes of fans began to follow suit.

Her Instagram popularity as well as her books, and her pay per month for a fan account of her merchandise on-line, it is allowed Wolfie to her old activities after her, and focus on its people, according to an interview she gave to the Perth Now earlier this year. However, there are always a number of followers who don’t want them to be focusing on, in particular, those who criticize their actions, or just call her “fat.”

“It can be exhausting to be negative to constantly shove down your throat each and every day,” she said LADbible.

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Luckily, Wolfie said that it is only a small part of the 2.7 million, following calls for shaming her with the lifestyle she leads.

“Why would anyone be angry about what I do for a living?” she said LADbible. “The only reason for someone to be angry at what I have to do is, ’cause their butt hurt because they have to sit in an office all day,” she said.

The social media starlet reiterated her love for her current job in a post shared last week.

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“It’s the best decision I have ever made was made in order to really run with this and make this a reality,” she wrote in a post that in her former role as an executive chef, and in her passage to the creator of the content.

“The creation of the content, it gives me butterflies, and I always get so excited when it’s time to post it. I am so in love with my job.”

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