I received an e-mail from a young lady who wanted to be on my radio show. She has over 2,000 followers on Twitter and almost 2,000 on Instagram. I won't post any of her photos or give her name, but her "portfolio" basically consists of photos of her in nightclubs drinking from a champagne glass and flirting with the camera.
The young lady is attractive and her outfits don't look bad, but I can't help her. I've had a video vixen on my show before and not only was she good-looking, she was also a theater major. She also had an agent which said to me that she was serious about her career. It was a pleasure to interview her as opposed to potentially talking to someone who hasn't made a dime (to my knowledge) off of her "work."
Models are in the business of advertising a product. Don't think that Brooklyn Decker is in Sports Illustrated simply to show off her boobs. She's selling those bikinis that you see her in. Swimsuit companies pay her good money to make their products look desirable.
I'm all for promoting people who are trying to gain as much exposure for their craft as possible. However, having a bunch of horny guys following you doesn't make you Sofia Vegara. Photos of you drinking something "top shelf" in a swanky nightclub don't make you Gisele Bündchen either.
People, stop it. I'm all for having fun, but just stop it. You don't have 1,000+ followers because people think you're the next Tyra Banks. You have 1,000+ followers because you're half-naked in every other photo.
Please learn the difference.