An OnlyFans model has divided people after she revealed a trick she used for a job application.
Nisa Tee, from Glasgow, has been called a “supervillain genius” for creating a fake Gumtree listing to try and get a barista role.
The model took to her Twitter account to share the job hack she used with her 24,300 followers.
And it quickly went viral as people disagreed whether it was seriously clever or totally wrong.
Nisa, who was 19 at the time, said she made a fake job ad on Gumtree so people would apply to it.
She could then copy the best cover letter and use it for herself.
Nisa admitted she “couldn’t be a*sed” to write the cover letter on her own.
The tweet read: “When I was 19 I had to apply for a job and couldn’t be a*sed writing a cover letter so I made a fake job ad for the job I was applying for on Gumtree and like 200 people applied and I picked the best cover letter as my own.”
What’s even more jaw-dropping is that she reportedly got the job.
The tweet has so far racked up 24,000 retweets and 318,000 likes as fellow social media users had their say.
Some were impressed with the trick, as one replied: “As a manager, if you told me that story you would probably get the job. Be real.”
While another added: “Common sense, personality, charisma, determination and thinking outside the box shines more than any A level, degree etc.”
A third chimed in: “I have to give you a round of applause for this.”
However, others weren’t quite as sold on the idea.
One Twitter user fumed: “What she did was inefficient and wasted other people’s precious time and effort for nothing. She deserves no admiration.”
As another added: “Can’t believe people are praising what she did. All those 200 people had hope to get a job but they were being scammed.”
A third chimed in: “I mean writing a cover letter really isn’t very hard. This seems like much more effort.”
Nisa is now earning up to £5,000 per month and £60,000 a year on OnlyFans after quitting her 9-5 role.