A young TikToker is saying she’s “too pretty” to work a job and ready to forego gainful employment.

The recent video of social media influencer Lucy Welcher, with more than 10 million TikTok likes, has caused a major dispute on the internet after she made a daring statement.

“I do not want to work for the rest of my life,” the young woman boldly stated at the outset of her viral clip. “Does it look like I want to get up at 6 a.m. every f**king day for the next 60 years?”

“No! I’m too pretty for that!” Welch anger boiled over, and she took a sip of her iced coffee before speaking.

Many viewers quickly criticized the self-confident content creator, with some going as far to call her “lazy” and “entitled.”

“Try waking up at 4 a.m. every day working 60 hours a week,” one person complained, claiming that their life is much harder than Welcher’s.

“Someone’s entitled,” another said. “I hope you get humbled girl, you need it. Looks have to nothing to do with working and it’s sad you have that mentality.”

A third individual stated bluntly: “How about trying to be an adult instead of a privileged princess expecting life to be handed to you?”

However, hundreds of supporters agreed with Welcher and said they were also exhausted from work.

“Preach it sissy!” One person said, enthused, before a second supporter joined in saying: “Sending this to every employer I’ve ever had.”

One male fan proposed an escape from the workforce for Welcher, saying: “You can be my housewife I make 6 figures a year just make sure the house is clean and food is on the table.”

The young woman declined to say where she is employed but later left a comment on the video claiming her remarks were only meant as a joke.

Welcher frequently posts videos of herself getting ready for her job, and recently revealed that she even received a promotion.

“I’m starting a new position at my job today, so instead of folding towels, I’m going to be on the desk,” she said.

“I’m very nervous to start on the desk because although I may look very beautiful, smart, and talented, I’m not actually smart at all,” the TikTokker added.