LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD star Audrey Roloff clapped back at a fan on social media.
Audrey, 31, recently took time to respond to her fans’ comments on her recent Instagram post.
This week Audrey, her husband Jeremy, 33, and friends spent some time in the Cayman Islands.
The reality TV star previously explained that they were attending a retreat hosted by Young Living Diamond – a company that sells personal care items including essential oils, makeup, nutritional supplements and more.
The TLC star shared a compilation Video of her enjoying the crystal clear waters with friends, spending time with her husband and even working out at the gym.
In a lengthy caption, she explained how grateful she is for her “side hustle.”
She began: “Never in a million years would I have thought that my passion for healthy living, clean ingredients and being mindful of what I put on and into my body would become a side hustle in the form of something I do said.” would never do it.
and then transforming myself into a successful business that allowed me to replace other life-stealing revenue streams with a life-giving one… And connect with like-minded women around the world
And earn me an annual, all-expenses-paying trip with my husband to dreamy islands around the world with some friends. WHAT THE ACTUAL?!”
She went on to explain that her journey took “years of hard work” and that it didn’t happen overnight and that you don’t need social media followers to be successful.
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“I’ve talked to dozens of more successful women than me on this journey and had a few hundred followers to begin with.
I always say it and will continue to stand by it… This business isn’t for everyone, but it’s for everyone.
This is truly a dream job as a limited time mother of young children who is passionate about health, community, freedom and supporting other women who want more for their families.
It’s about so much MORE THAN OILS.
It’s a support system, a place to ask questions, diversify your income, learn and make friends. You are invited.”
She ended by sharing where to get in touch with the star.
‘IT’S SO OBVIOUS!’
Fans flocked to the comments section to share their thoughts – with many claiming the company Audrey works with is a “pyramid scheme”.
One diehard fan wrote: “You can promote what you like as long as the product is legal. You can also earn income from selling products, but if you get a portion of other people’s (team members’) sales, then you’re in a pyramid scheme.
Audrey summed it up: “No, you’re wrong. A Ponzi scheme is actually when the product isn’t legitimate and there are more people selling the product as customers than buying it. Which is not the case with Young Living, where 80% of it is justified. Customers who really love the products and never do business.”
“Oh it’s so obvious it’s a pyramid scheme,” another fan responded to Audrey’s comment.
Earlier in the week, she posted more photos and videos from her child-free trip, during which she wore several revealing outfits.
In one of these, the 31-year-old posed in a floral swimsuit, showing off her strong legs, arms and rock-solid abs.
She stood barefoot, wearing a straw hat and letting her long red hair fall straight down.
The TV star held up a fancy drink while spending time at the resort’s pool.
In another snap, she wore a tiny blue thong bikini while taking a selfie in the mirror.
The Oregon native noted her “pre-vacation spray tan” in her caption, though fans’ eyes may have been drawn to her taut stomach.