A former chef’s apprentice in Australia is making a ton of money doing workout videos, thanks to a social media following and men with nothing better to do.
Jem Wolfie has over 2.5 million followers and once worked over 70 hours per week at Feral Brewing before she took another job at Taylor’s Cafe.
According to Perth Now, the cafe’s owner inspired her to try vegan food and work out and start her own business.
“She pushed me and encouraged me to start my own business, making raw, healthy vegan treats,” Wolfie said.
When the treats were shared on her social media profile, the business took off.
“It went crazy- so many local people, cafes and even gyms were ordering cakes and my raw, protein bliss balls,” she said.
Soon, she began working out and posting the workouts to the internet.
“I started posting a lot of workout videos on Instagram, not only to motivate myself to get better and work out more often, but hopefully to inspire others to do the same,” Wolfie said. “There are a lot of squats, I know what my audience wants to see. You can never skip leg day.”
A former basketball player, Wolfie enjoys standing apart from other “Instagram fitness models.”
“I could have always been just a fitness chick but I had to stand out and be different, plus I was always passionate about basketball, so that was always going to be a part of my social media,” she said.
Wolfie posts racy, almost-nude photos to her OnlyFans page, which earns her around $15 per month from each of her 10,000 followers.
“Jem currently has the highest number of fans, with around 10,000 fans paying $15 per month to view her content,” OnlyFans CEO Time Stokely said. “Because the content is exclusive compared to that on her Instagram, Jem has earned over $2,000,000 since joining OnlyFans in August.”
Wolfie refuses to go nude, admitting that it only goes downhill from here.
“People complain and say ‘Where’s the nudity’, but where are you going to go from there — you’ll be in full-blown porn before you know it,” Wolfie said.
The fitness model plans on buying a few things, but is insistent on being fiscally responsible.
“I’m going to buy my mum her dream car and I’m going to make sure that my parents are looked after by me personally for the rest of their lives,” she said.