Young woman quits her job to pursue career as an exotic dancer

Young woman quits her job to pursue career as an exotic dancer

There are noble jobs and there are well-paying jobs, in both, survival is often a drive as well as impact-making.

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Living in a capitalist society teaches one a lot of things including realising that people will spend more to get themselves entertained and look perfect, it is wise to pick a profession that aligns you with money-making machines of the world.

It's probably why the internet admires Twitter user, Ivori Nichele, who proudly quit her day job, to become and exotic dancer. To prove that her odd choice pays, she shared a photo of her stewing in her pile of dollar bills, which she most likely made in one night of dancing.

Briefly.co.za learned that it is clear that the pretty Ivori would have had to work a long time to make the amount of money she now has by entertaining people. Needless to say, if you can't beat them, join them and make as much money from it as you can.

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Naij.com reports that interestingly, 19-year-old Ivori was working two jobs before she decided to abandon it for dancing. She adopted the stage name Sin and just a month in, she reaping the fruits of her labour and sacrifice.

Her post went viral, with most people supporting her. Here's how some reacted below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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