Jaclyn puts this racy photo showing a lot of cleavage.
— Jaclyn Glenn (@JaclynGlenn) September 7, 2018
After she posts this:
Stop basing your self worth off of getting attention online.
If you do what you love, that's cool… but my god some people are obsessed. If your identity is wrapped up in getting likes then you deserve a swift slap in the face and a dose of reality. There's more to life.
— Jaclyn Glenn (@JaclynGlenn) September 5, 2018
Posting a photo like that. Is what you want. Attention. So for you to say this and posts that kind of a sexual photo makes you a hypocrite. By the way. YouTube is for people who want attention and likes and fame. That’s why you make videos. That’s why you got money. (Not proof of this) to post an ad for Better Health on Twitter. Profit for mental illness. Seriously? (Not making a false statement. This is just how it seems if I’m wrong. Correct me.)