A boss! 90 day fiance star Isabel Posada previously worked in a law firm before meeting Gabe Poboga. However, after a few months, the Colombian native left her desk job to pursue a new dream. Read on to learn more about Isabel’s job, what she does for a living, and more.
What is the job of ’90 Day Fiancé’ star Isabel Posada?
Before meeting Gabriel, Isabel worked for a local law firm. After meeting the businessman, she left her administrative job to help him with his business just a few months after they met.
Gabriel owns and operates a clothing company called GMPwear, which stands for Get More Proud Wear. His company designs and sells underwear for “female-to-male transgender people who have not yet had bottom surgery.” The unique design features a built-in “bulge,” and the Florida native’s search for a supplier for his apparel business is what brought him to the South American country.
“I started helping him with little things at his company,” Isabel told the producers during the March 5 episode. “And I quit my job.”
However, now that Gabriel has moved his business from the United States, he is starting anew in his new home country. Since the metric conversions to the foreign language, he now relies on Isabel’s help, something that doesn’t make him very happy.
“I definitely like being in control, and since Isabel works with me, I feel like I’m an assistant,” Gabriel confessed in a later scene. “I feel like I’m working for her.”
While the company owner admitted that the experience of working with Isabel has been “a bit emasculating,” he added, “I couldn’t run my company without her.”
“Moving everything from the US to Colombia has been much more difficult than I thought it would be,” he continued.
How else does Isabel from 90 Day Fiance make money?
In addition to working with Gabriel, Isabel receives a salary for appearing in the 90 day fiance franchise.
While international cast members typically don’t receive a paycheck due to work permits, it’s “different if the filming takes place in your country,” according to online radar.
Pay works on a sliding scale, and for reference, the network reportedly compensates its American cast members $1,000 to $1,500 per episode.