A woman has revealed she can earn up to £4,000 a month from social media – but refuses to give up her council house.
Whitney Ainscough, 30, from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, has recently witnessed a boom in her social media following, meaning she can earn thousands of pounds each month.
Previously, Whitney lived on Universal Credit. But now her finances have improved, meaning she can undergo expensive beauty enhancements and go on luxury holidays.
Despite making a living, Whitney regularly receives criticism from critics who claim she buys luxuries with benefits.
However, in conversation with SunThe mother-of-three revealed she can earn up to £4,000 a month from social media work.
Whitney Ainscough (pictured), 30, from Rotherham, used to live on Universal Credit. Now, she has caused a storm online and earned thousands of pounds, meaning she can go on luxurious trips to Egypt.
Whitney, who has three children named Cora, 11, Addison, six, and Adley, two, said she used to work in pharmaceuticals for seven years but then moved onto Universal Credit after having her third child.
“While I was on universal credit, I was obviously earning almost nothing,” which is why she started learning about social media.
‘I started with that and now it has become a source of income. “I am self-employed and expected to earn over £100,000 this year,” he said.
After causing a storm online with her content, Whitney has been enjoying a ‘luxury’ lifestyle.
She recently had a gastric sleeve done in Egypt and plans to undergo many more treatments, including a tummy tuck and breast reduction.
Whitney, who claimed she is smart with money, added that she is not at all fazed by trolls who claim she is spending government-provided money on such luxuries.
She said: ‘I love it, I get paid and I don’t have to leave the house. I mean, I’ve already gained 200 pounds today and I haven’t worked my ass off and it’s time for dinner.’
Despite making a lot of money from social media, Whitney has refused to give up her council house and hopes to soon purchase a larger four-bedroom council house. Her current rent is £450 a month.
The mother of three regularly receives criticism online, with critics claiming she pays for her luxuries with benefits.
This comes after Whitney revealed her dismay after shelling out £100 to buy her daughter the best designer shoes for the new school term, only to be told they don’t fit the uniform policy.
In a clip shared on TikTok, Whitney explained how she had bought Vivienne Westwood heels for her 11-year-old daughter, who had just started Year 7, but became angry after receiving the message from the school.
In the 28-second video on her channel, which uses the handle @itsmebadmom, Whitney said she was “furious” about the decision.
She added that she will now have to buy her daughter a new pair of school shoes, although she maintains that the fashion choice has no effect on her daughter’s learning ability.
Whitney’s anger left viewers divided, with some jumping to her defense because they agreed that a student’s choice of school shoes makes no difference to the quality of their education, while others said it should be done in the first place. have correctly read the uniform policy.
Whitney hopes to get a breast reduction and a tummy tuck now that she’s making money from content creation.
In the video, which has racked up 145,000 views, Whitney stands in a field and tells her followers: “I spent £100 on shoes she can’t wear.” A little angry.’
‘It’s just a pair of fucking Vivienne Westwoods! What is the problem?’ The frustrated mother adds: “But no, now she will have to wear different shoes.” I mean, she would understand if she was affected in learning, but she isn’t, so she is.’
After watching the clip, fans became curious as to what the shoes in question looked like, prompting the mom to film another clip to explain.
In the second clip, Whitney showed off the black patent leather flats on screen along with a photo of her daughter.
She criticized the anonymous school’s decision: “It’s absolutely ridiculous that I can’t use this.”
Whitney explained that she had decided to spend more money on her daughter’s shoes to commemorate the special occasion of her starting high school.
“You know, as a mother, you can spend £10 on shoes, you can pay £100 on shoes, but that’s the decision I made,” she said.
She joked: ‘What’s the problem? She won’t get a different upbringing because of that damn pair of shoes!’