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Anyone with any scrolling credentials will recognise comic star The Fat Jew (aka Josh Ostrovsky) from their Instagram feeds, but what you might not know is that the 31-year-old is launching a modelling career.“It’s an exciting time. Maybe I’m just on a horse, and it’s raining and I’m naturally wet.
The internet allows for anyone with the skill to market themselves to break into arenas where they may not have previously been able to enter,” One Management celebrity division head Jeff Schnabolk told I’m soaking wet.”"We really struggle to recruit plus size models and usually have to turn to Facebook rather than modelling agencies who are no help at all - hopefully this gives others confidence to think there is potential to model even if they are rather large."Plus size men should be proud of their bodies and embrace them.
Also speaking to Style.com, The Fat Jew joked: “I just want to inspire people of my size and my gender to be comfortable in their own skin, because it’s OK to have a mediocre body and very, very high cholesterol, as long as you look great doing it." HEY GUYS I'M ON THE SIDES OF BUSES IN NYC EATING A HOT DOG WHICH IS FUCKING SCARY, IF YOU SEE IT PLEASE TAKE A SELFIE OF YOU GIVING IT THE FINGER AND SEND IT TO ME. (also, I'm v stoned and reading comments which I never do, so be careful because I will troll the fuck out of you) A photo posted by thefatjewish (@thefatjewish) on The Fat Jew has already starred in a huge campaign for Seamless (shown above), and used his social media presence to launch his own rosé wine, White Girl, and an upcoming book, “Money, Pizza, Respect.”"I’d love to do briefs,” he said.
The Fat Jew is a performance artist and commentator, currently best known for his popular Instagram account, where he posts pictures with funny (or “funny”) captions.
Most of the time, the jokes are not of his own making: He is a “curator,” though he caught flack this past summer, after rumors he’d landed a television deal, for not properly crediting the people who actually make most of thecontent.