You can apparently get fired from a Kardashian and still live the good life.
At least that’s what Kim Kardashian’s former assistant Stephanie Shepherd is currently hinting at during a luxurious trip to Thailand, which also happens to be a perk of her exciting new job!
As RadarOnline.com previously reported exclusively, Shepherd was fired from the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star last year after serving as her right-hand woman for five years.
But if Instagram is any testament as to whether or not Shepherd is enjoying her post-Kardashian life, all of her glam photos on the social media app scream "yes." That’s because Shepherd has taken on a new role as a digital influencer for the clothing website, Revolve.
According to Revolve’s co-founder Michael Mente, the website operates under a business strategy that uses fashion bloggers and influencers to represent the brand on trips around the world, hence the hashtag #revolvearoundtheworld, Forbes reported.
Shepherd has incorporated the hashtag into all of her posts since Jan. 7. The social media influencer has been photographed taking late night dips in the pool, overlooking Phuket waters from a yacht and even rubbed shoulders with elephants at an elephant sanctuary.
Shepherd is joined by a bevy of other digital influencers, including fashion bloggers Rocky Barnes and Julie Sarinana.
Despite bad blood between Shepherd and Kardashian since the nasty firing, it turns out Shepherd’s old boss is supporting her new move. Kardashian has liked a handful of Shepherd’s posts where she appears happy in the tropics.
The former assistant seems to have done a 180 since December, when she shaded Kardashian in a social media post claiming she was “letting go of a bad friend.”
Then, just before Shepherd embarked on her new job opportunity, she posted a mirror selfie with the caption, “More taking care of yourself in 2018.”
What do you think of her new gig? Sound off in the comments!
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