Some people go on The Bachelor to find love, others go on to find money.
Tracy Shapoff, who will be a contestant on Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor, is already looking to make some cash and her episodes haven’t even aired yet.
In fact, according to Life & Style, Tracy already has a page on Cameo, which is a website where people can pay celebrities to record personalized videos.
And she’s not starting off small. The reality contestant is already charging a nice $200 per video!
Though other Bachelor Nation contestants like Ben Higgins and Eric Bigger are also on the site, the big difference is they’ve already been on television.
This isn’t the first time Tracy has found herself making headlines before her season has even begun.
Just a few months ago, some very insensitive tweets of Tracy’s resurfaced, in which she fat-shamed people, used the r-word, and even criticized The Bachelor.
She then apologized for her tweets on Instagram with a message.
“I want to start by expressing my sincerest apologies for the extremely hurtful words that I said many years ago,” she said.
“I’m so sorry for those who I have offended. I am beyond mortified that I ever had those thoughts and then proceeded to express them. By no means does this reflect the person who I am today.”
She continued, “To the people who do not know me, I am a loving, kind, thoughtful, generous, and compassionate woman. I am not mean-hearted or hurtful.”
She also explained that she has changed a lot since she first wrote the tweets.
“The people I have always surrounded myself with are very diverse and come from all over the world. I have a huge heart and a very open mind. In the many years since writing those tweets, I have made a conscious effort not to be judgmental and to be accepting of all people,” she said.
“I have gone into a field of work where I am able to help women and men have positive images of themselves, their bodies, and feel beautiful in who they are. It is the most rewarding feeling being able to work in such a diverse field. It shows me the beauty in all people and I am so lucky to have this opportunity.”
She continued, “I do not defend any of the words I have tweeted, I just want to deeply apologize and learn from my mistakes. I wholeheartedly reject all of those sentiments. That being said, I take full responsibility for my tweets and will use this as a learning experience. I hope that we can continue to spread love and kindness in the world.”
What do you think of Tracy so far?
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