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Say hello to Jen Selter, the girl who has gained more than 1.6 million followers on Instagram. She is only 20 years old and grew up on Long Island, New York and is currently living in Manhattan.
Jen isn’t shy about the fact that her butt has led to her success. She’s been featured in the New York Post, Elle, and USA Today in recently due to her famous “assets”. She is a fitness buff that is full of positive energy about being fit and loves working out the gym.
Selter typically poses in yoga pants and a sports bra, revealing a slim frame and six-pack abs. Professional photos with retouching, makeup and filters are used in moderation, but much commotion (and some sexually explicit comments) surround her backside, which she says has not been cosmetically enhanced.
“It’s extremely weird; that’s what I’m known for,” Selter admits. “I’m known for my butt.”
But “I don’t want to be just a butt.”
She says she’s taking classes toward getting her personal training certification, and she wants to create workout videos and diet plans, and have her own line of gym apparel. She’s already a paid spokeswoman for the nutritional supplement Game Plan, and says she’s been receiving solicitations from other big-name companies as well. Her mom and dad are proud of her, she adds.
“It’s not even about numbers anymore,” says Selter. “I never expected a million (followers). If I can keep going up, why not? But now’s the time to do more than just Instagram, because Instagram is nothing — it’s just a social media thing.”
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Just like a lot of women who post pics of their amazing physiques online, Jen hopes that her post motivate others women to want to get in shape.
”I’ll never post a raunchy pic. There’s a difference between a porn-site picture and gym wear or bikini wear. Everything’s usually yoga pants,” the told the Post. “Yes, it can be showy, but I’ve seen a lot worse. And if it motivates people to get their butts up and go to the gym, why not?”
But with all this fame, a lot of haters have began to surface. Jen’s been accused of having a surgically enhanced booty and has been called everything from a “butterface”. Ms. Selter isnt letting their negativity get to her.
“I’ve seen fake butts, and they’re very nice,” says Ms Selter. “They look nothing like mine. I see it as a compliment.”
“My body’s all real . . . from boobs down,” adds Ms Selter, who was profiled about her high school nose job in an April 2010 People magazine article about teenagers going under the knife.
“I grew up in Long Island. I’m Jewish. Jewish girls have big noses,” she says. “Probably one out of three girls I know [has] a nose job.”
A single Ms Selter is keen on keeping her head on her shoulders and her butt (and dreams) as high as the sky.
“I didn’t sign up to be a model or some Instagram person who everyone is judging and looking at,” says Ms Selter.
“With hard work and dedication, anyone can get to where I am.”