Being an influencer is a job says Married At First Sight's Janelle Han
Janelle Han, a participant on "Married At First Sight," has defended her career as a full-time social media influencer. She stated that being a beauty influencer is a legitimate job in 2023 and that she wouldn't do it full-time if she didn't see a return on investment.
Janelle receives brand sponsorships and considers herself lucky to get paid for her content. She emphasised that many people misunderstand influencer work and that, in reality, it is a job that requires paying taxes.
This defence came after her husband, Adam Seed, faced questioning about his occupation on the show. Adam is billed as a business owner but the specifics of his online giveaway business remain unclear.
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Chat Show host Jerry Springer dies age 79
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