Get To Know Jane Doe
Jane Doe may be a common name, but this Midwest model is anything but basic. Best known for working with Rick Ross at various events at the notorious King of Diamonds club, this buxom beauty is proud to hold it down for Oklahoma as she talks about her aspirations, working with your favorite celebrities, and the best advice she's ever received.
—Bernadette Giacomazzo (@berngiacomazzo)
You're one of the few models that are from the Midwest. Tell us what you think the biggest advantage to that is.
I think people will be more interested in seeing what the Midwest has to offer so they will pay more attention to me and show me more support. I am from an area wherea lot of models don't come from. So my name stands out, especially it being "Jane Doe."
What was it like working with Rick Ross? Do you have any memorable stories?
It was awesome, his album release party at King of Diamonds in Miami was one of the best nights of my life. I've done many more things since then, I got to meet Joe Budden, Tahiry, Rocko, Meek Mill, Waka Flocka, and even Floyd Mayweather. In my line of work I get to meet a lot of different celebrities and all the moments are memorable for me. I love what I do and wouldn't change it for the world.
What would you like to do in modeling that you haven't yet done?
I've always wanted to shoot in beautiful forest with beautiful animals. Like a photoshoot with some tigers and exotic birds. I went to the Virgin Islands and I did a shoot, and of course I had fun, but I want to re-do something like that in a more exotic location like Jamaica or the Bahamas.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I see myself being married with children and having a very wealthy career in nursing. I also see myself having a thriving modeling career with my own clothing line. I want to use my popularity as it grows to help others achieve their dreams. I like to see other people win.
What does a man have to do to win your heart?
Just be a man. Treat me right, with respect, and never lie to me—stay completely honest. Loyalty is a big thing to me. I feel that without that we can't really go far. I need a man to really understand my dreams and support me in my career as well.
What was the best advice you ever received?
The best advice I ever recieved was from my mother —she told me "always do what makes you happy and never listen to negativity from others, because they just wanna see that beautiful smile upside down." Thats very important in this day and age, especially in the industry that I work in. So I definitely appreciate my mother for those words and I live by them every day.