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An Instagram star who has racked up over Amanda Lee , 32, from California , first started getting attention in after she posted a picture of her wearing gym leggings. However, when the certified personal trainer started to notice revealing photos that showed off her curvy figure were getting more traction, she began posing in thongs, booty shorts and bikinis. Other side: Instagram star Amanda Elise Lee, 32, from California has revealed the 'emotional downside' of living up to her seductive online persona. Fitspo: The certified personal trainer first started getting attention in after she posted a picture of her wearing gym leggings.
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Fitness blogger reveals truth about ‘Insta-booties’… after she is trolled for having ‘no bottom’
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An influencer has revealed the staggering amount she made in a year just by sharing racy photos of her far-from-average booty online. A woman who has built up a huge social media following is making quick cash out of her used bath water. Picture: Jam Press Source:Supplied. Andrea, 35, of Bucharest, Romania, was a web designer before she realised she was sitting on a goldmine. Andrea Vasile is making a killing thanks to her big booty, which she snaps and shares on social media. The Insta-model, otherwise known as Andrea Abeli on Instagram, regularly posts scantily clad photos of her bulbous behind — only occasionally showing her face.
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Woman earns $2.2m posting racy booty selfies
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It's something you need to see to believe. Have you ever scrolled through Instagram and felt like it's a test of your self-esteem? If you follow a lot of models and fitfluencers, at one point or another you've probably felt overwhelmed by the barrage of posts flaunting overpriced outfits, flawless hairstyles, and seriously sculpted bodies with toned abs and perfectly round booties. Did you know that Instagram is the worst social media platform for your mental health?