Despite what others have to say, one influencer and model uses all she has to help combat the bushfire crisis in Australia by selling her nudes for $10 each.
American influencer Kaylen Ward already raised over $100,000 for the cause.
She offered to send a nude photo of herself to any person who donated at least $10 to an organization helping with battling the devastating fires.
In a matter of seconds, she got hundreds of people sending in their receipts to prove they donated in her direct messages, both on Instagram and Twitter.
It seems that many more care about nudes than natural disasters. But this lady already knew that.
The model, born in Texas, now living in Los Angeles, spends almost every minute responding to over 20,000 messages for her nudes.
The naked philanthropist
Speaking about the disaster, Ward stated:
It's devastating, and any normal person would be concerned and want to help.
She asked her fans ers to donate directly to the charities she suggested. Among them are NSW Rural Fire Service, Victorian Country Fire Service, Red Cross, and special koala hospitals across the nation.
Ms. Ward hoped her original post would attract "a few thousand dollars".
In less than a day, she had over 20,000 messages in her inbox, receipts included.
She now estimates she has raised over 100,000 AUD and still has thousands of messages to respond to.
Someone sent me $5,000, so I'm sending 50 pics and videos.
Despite her efforts, the blonde bombshell says that many tried to deceive her by giving away the photos they received. Those people clearly don't understand that this is all for a worthy cause.
Ward posted on her Twitter:
People that have donated are offering my nudes for free to those who haven't. Honestly, y'all are so sick, and you're about to ruin it for everyone.
The model's family is not talking to her
Ms. Ward's Instagram was deactivated after her post went viral. Now, she started a new account while working on reinstating her original account.
My IG got deactivated, my family disowned me, and the guy I like won't talk to me all because of that tweet. But f*ck it, save the koalas.
Despite having the best intentions, she didn't receive any support from the people she cared for. She was scared, but she didn't want to give up:
When I first started, I was nervous, super anxious. But five minutes later, my inbox was flooded, and those thoughts went out the window.
She will now think of doing the same for all future natural disasters.
And for those who dare to judge this hottie with a heart of gold, feel free to come up with a better and more efficient solution.
Hopefully, her family and loved ones will see that her efforts are not doing any harm. In fact, she's just using what she can to help those in need.