A woman who earns $300K a year by posting photos of her bum online says she gets hundreds of marriage proposals a day from fans of her saucy photos.
Brazilian instagrammer Natalia Garibotto has racked up more than 1.3million followers thanks to the perfectly framed close-ups of her curves.
The 26-year-old has had some unusual requests from her fans, including one man who wanted to buy her used bath water.
Natalia, who has a degree from the University of Miami in Business Law and Entrepreneurship and previously worked in real estate and property management, says there's more to her than most people think.
She said: “I love how I inspire both men and women to go to the gym every day and how I motivate them to hustle and make money.
“It is definitely timely, you have to put in a lot of time and work on Instagram in order to continue to grow and keep your engagement high.
“It isn't really about working hard, it is about working smart. Catching onto new brands and making long term collaboration to bring in fixed income is really important."
She also makes money by investing the cash in the stock market and properties, and has her own tanning oil.
She's been making money from Instagram for two years and now claims to make up to $5,000 per post.
But there's a downside to her fame, and it has cost her many friendships.
She said: “Trusting people is tough now because Instagram followers is a form of currency that everyone wants.
"I've had it ruin friendships and relationships because I wouldn't post them every day, they didn't understand it is my business and I have a time to post paid content.
“I've had tough times with friends, they mainly use me for my social media, but I realised I need to be surrounded by people in the same industry as me. My family is extremely proud, although sometimes we fuss over the type of photos I post.”
Natalia, who loves her eyes but hates her cellulite , spends up to three hours every day in the gym making sure her body is toned to perfection for her next post.
Her advice to those aspiring to follow in her footsteps?
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