Becoming a lawyer is a dream for many, but for Jazmen Jafar, 27, it was anything less than ideal. However, the career she left law for may shock the general public.
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While being shy of just six months of working as an attorney, Jafar left her well-respected job to work as an OnlyFans model. Jafar claims that while she made a yearly salary of $75,000 as an attorney, she has made over $180,000 as an OnlyFans model in 2023 alone. Jafar says that she can actually garner the same amount of earnings in a month as a full-time OnlyFans performer that she did in a year as a lawyer.
Jazmen Jafar Stopped Listening to Her Family
Jafar, who does not disclose her real name and uses an alias that combines two popular characters from Disney’s Aladdin, claims she only pursued a career in law to please her strict, middle-eastern parents. Jafar spoke to Insider about the matter, saying, “Before, when my future was so laid out and I had a great, long, stable legal career in the works, I hated the thought of the future.”
Jafar’s OnlyFan’s page currently has a total of 1,200 posts and 2,200 videos. Subscribers can also pay an additional $7 a month to receive access to Jafar’s daily live streams. Jafar launched her OnlyFans page back in early 2021 before she got a job as an attorney in October of that year. After realizing being an OnlyFans model is not only more enjoyable but also much more profitable, Jafar quit her full-time job as a lawyer and decided to focus solely on OnlyFans.
Jafar told Insider, “I was working at the law firm during the day and at night I would come home and film content, I’d film all weekend too. It was always awkward going into the office on Monday and colleagues would ask how I spent my weekend and I’d say, ‘Just relaxing indoors,’ when really I was filming myself sucking dildos or whatever.”
While Jafar’s family is not pleased about her decision, they are still supportive of their daughter. On the topic of working as a full-time OnlyFans model, Jafar added “My goal is to break some of the stigma and stereotypes surrounding sex work and show people that it’s not a last resort. For me, it’s a first resort, because I had a well-paid job that I could’ve done for the rest of my life. I chose this because I wanted freedom and happiness.”