- Kat emphasized the numerous financial opportunities she and Deja have encountered through the platform.
- She believes that prioritizing Deja’s involvement in the world of social media is a strategic decision.
Kat Clark, a 37 year old mother from Queensland Australia has announced her decision to pull her 12 year old daughter Deja, out of school in order to venture into being a Tiktok influencer.
“Deja’s even starting to get opportunities as well now, so 9-3, Monday to Friday schooling isn’t working for us because we’ve found that we’ve had to take her out of school quite a bit,” Kat said.
Clark who has 5.2 million followers on Tiktok and who also hosts popular Aussie podcast “Basically Besties” alongside her daughters, Latisha who is 20 years and Deja, believes that prioritizing Deja’s involvement in the world of social media is a strategic decision and has no regrets.
“We think that’s best for her, just because we don’t want her to miss out on these opportunities. TikTok takes a lot of time. It’s just what works for our family,”
Eldest daughter dropped out of Law school
The 37-year-old influencer stated that she views this decision as the best choice for her family at this point in time, emphasizing the numerous financial opportunities she and Deja have encountered through the platform.
“I honestly love working so closely with my daughters. It’s so much fun, it’s like working with my best friends,” she added.
To facilitate Deja’s transition, Clark has enrolled her daughter in homeschooling for the upcoming year.
“With Deja, if she wanted to be a doctor or lawyer – we’d encourage her to go after those dreams. But currently those are not what her goals are. We’re willing to work with her whatever happens,”
Kat’s eldest daughter, Latisha, completed high school but made the decision to depart from a conventional academic path.
Latisha initially enrolled in law school immediately after high school but opted to leave the program six months later to pursue podcasting alongside her mother.