Michelle Salas She is one of the most recognized influencers in the world, not only in Mexico where she was born. Currently on Instagram she has 1.8 million followers and 118,000 on TikTok. The beautiful model studied at the prestigious Parsons School of Art and Design in New York, which has allowed her to work with important figures in the world of fashion.
The Venezuelan designer Carolina Herrera and important firms such as Tommy Hilfiger, Dolce & Gabbana and Michael Kors are just some of the brands that choose Michelle to work. Perhaps that is why she receives a lot of criticism alluding to the fact that she was born in a “golden cradle” for being the eldest daughter of Luis Miguel.
To deny their haters, Michelle Salas he recorded a video on his TikTok account a month ago and captioned it: “Assumptions about me. In addition to working, I am a housewife. In the video, the influencer is seen walking through her apartment in her Manhattan, in New York, showing that in her day-to-day life she also does things like normal people.
“It’s that the little princess was born on a silver tray, it’s that she doesn’t do anything, what does she do? she doesn’t do anything, surely they take everything to her, surely they do everything to her” she began by saying ironically. And she continued: “This is my morning, please see, I have to wash dishes, I have to fold all the clothes I washed yesterday. This is my life for those who did not believe me. And I also have to change the bed, lay it out, wash the sheets, iron them.” “And get ready to get a little cute to go to some meetings and be able to continue paying for this wonderful life that they have given me,” she ended totally ironic, making it clear that her life is not like that because she is the daughter of Luis Miguel.
In one of his last posts, Michelle she wrote “In bad weather, a good face” and posed from a yacht wearing a black bikini paired with a white blazer and sunglasses. More than 28,000 people left her ‘likes’ and 150 of hers her comments. “You love the yacht like your father” and “You don’t know how much I really need a break just like you…good for you” were some of them.