This woman makes up to R187 000 a year just from eating on camera

Imagine making thousands of rands to eat and appreciate your curves on camera?
Imagine making thousands of rands to eat and appreciate your curves on camera?

Well maybe it isn’t for me.

But still, who doesn’t dream of getting paid to eat their favourite foods and embrace their fabulous selves on camera for thousands of loyal fans?

Body positivity campaigner, Hazel, a 29-year-old office administrator and dedicated feedee made the bold decision to capitalize on something that was once the cause of a lot of emotional abuse – her weight.

According to Metro, Hazel was once the victim of bullying as a teen because of her size, but she has now found confidence in sharing and getting paid for videos and pictures of herself either indulging in her favourite foods or shaking/jiggling her ample belly.

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Feedeerism is a form of sexual fetish and usually involves a feedee, and a feeder, who gets pleasure from seeing a feedee eat.

For Hazel this is a win-win situation.

She says she earns up to £10 000 (around R 187 000) a year and could not be happier about what she does.

According to her, the most calories she has eaten was 10 000 but she typically consumes about 2 000 calories in an average video, for which she charges around $5 (around R76).

The most she has made from a video however is $360 (around R5 500).

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Hazel also has a partner who she says is completely supportive of her side hustle and doesn’t mind at all that she is making money selling pictures and videos of herself.

“My boyfriend, who I have been with for a year, is very supportive. He is not a feedee or a feeder himself, but he finds it a turn on to know that there are other people out there who want me.”

For her personally, she says she loves what she is doing because it has taught her that it’s possible to be both fat and sexy.

And while people may judge her lifestyle choice, achieving this kind of confidence in a world where people fear being plus size is amazing.

Is this something you would consider doing? What is an odd job you wish you were getting paid to do? Share your thoughts with us here.

SOURCES: Metro,Twitter

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