Love Island Australia star Cassidy McGill made the headlines last week when she claimed it & # 39; hard work & # 39; is a full-time Instagram model.
And now the 23-year-old influencer is facing a major setback on Facebook, where people see her & # 39; clueless & # 39; and & # 39; privileged & # 39; to label.
After Cassidy said her fans were pushing the & # 39; busy & # 39; to make perfect selfies every day, one person said: & # 39; This really makes me so angry! & # 39;
& # 39; What about people in underpaid jobs who are struggling? & # 39; Love Island star Cassidy McGill, 23, has caused a major setback by saying that & # 39; hard work is an Instagram model & # 39;
They continued: & # 39; There are so many people in underpaid … jobs that do it so much harder (and) in fact provide a necessary service.
& # 39; And this girl (most of whom have never heard of) is nagging about being paid to promote free products and attend parties. Where does this world go? & # 39;
Another Facebook user wrote: & # 39; Imagine being so privileged that you think someone should tell you what to do is the worst thing about working. & # 39;
A similar comment was: & # 39; My eyes have rolled so far back in my head that they can never come back. & # 39;
& # 39; This actually makes me so angry! & # 39; Cassidy is confronted with a major disappointment on Facebook, where people find her & # 39; clueless & # 39; and & # 39; privileged & # 39; to label
A medical professional wrote: & # 39; Yes, I will think of how difficult she is if I hang myself up for a 12-hour shift in my ambulance on Monday & # 39 ;.
In summary, another Facebook user said: & # 39; Being a social worker is a difficult job. Being a sister is a tough job. Being a teacher is a tough job.
& # 39; Being a worker is a tough job. Being a mother is a tough job. Being a farmer is difficult.
& # 39; A & # 39; Being an influencer is 98% of you an untenable job in the long run. Do you have any influence? Do something good in the world. & # 39;
& # 39; I want to defend this stigma around having social media as a job & # 39 ;: Cassidy told her Instagram followers last week that, contrary to what is often thought, her task is & # 39; not easy & # 39;
It is after Cassidy told her Instagram followers last week that, contrary to what is often thought, her task is not easy & # 39 ;.
Cassidy rents out an apartment near Bondi Beach in Sydney and is regularly seen at red carpet events and invite-only parties.
But although her life seems glamorous, she claims that there is a lot of hard work to do behind the scenes.
& # 39; I want to defend this stigma around having social media as a job. Everyone thinks we get paid to do everything. It's not easy! & # 39; She said in a video shared on Instagram.
& # 39; I'm pretty nervous about posting this … I don't know why it's controversial.
& # 39; I love my job now and I am very grateful for the position I work in, but it's actually not easy – it never stops! & # 39;
Social butterfly! Cassidy rents an apartment near Bondi Beach in Sydney and is regularly seen at red carpet events and invite-only parties & # 39; s
Cassidy explained that she is always afraid that her followers will not like her messages.
& # 39; In essence, I have 260,000 bosses, & # 39; she said, comparing her Instagram followers with traditional office managers.
& # 39; And a third of you think you are my boss and give me constructive criticism of the most heinous ways of everyday life.
& # 39; Sometimes I even place your happiness and your needs in front of mine. & # 39;
Selfless: Cassidy says that she often imposes the happiness and needs of her followers
She added: & # 39; It is a tough job, we are well paid, but we have a lot of pressure and a lot of feedback to get started all the time. It is a tough job that never stops. & # 39;
Cassidy then revealed that she works 24 hours a day to respond to responses, thinking of creative ideas for messages, going to events and recording videos & # 39; s.
& # 39; IK wants to give myself a pat on the back, and my co-influencers, it's a damn hard job (but) we're lucky, "she concluded.
& # 39; I am not a millionaire … but I am so thankful for where I am now. & # 39;
Remember her? Cassidy appeared on the first season of Love Island Australia last year
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