'I Am Jazz' Star Sander Jennings Teases 'Big Announcement' After The Digital Marketing Expert Revealed His Family Thinks His Job Is 'A Joke'
Sander Jennings has teased his followers about an upcoming announcement.
The I Am Jazz star, 23, took to Instagram on Thursday, January 20, to post a picture of himself in a cozy sweater and a pair of glasses throwing up the peace sign.
"Work grind," Sander wrote alongside the picture with the added sneak peak, "Big announcement coming Sunday."
The upcoming announcement comes after the influencer — who obtained a Master's degree in digital marketing from the University of Florida— revealed that his family does not completely understand what he does for a living. Even his younger sister Jazz Jennings, 21, who he has promoted at every turn.
"Jazz makes me feel unappreciated," Sander told his mother Jeanette Jennings in a recent episode of the TLC hit. "I'm putting in my time and effort and I feel like it's just going unnoticed."
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"It's just hard to feel really confident in my career and sometimes I'm just not sure if Griffen, Jazz and Dad take me seriously or are proud of me," the reality star continued about members of his family. "Sometimes I feel like they think I'm a joke."
As OK! previously reported, Sander took to his Instagram after the episode aired to update viewers on where he stands with his family at the current moment. "I felt my family didn't understand my work," he began.
"I realize now that I don't need their validation to know they are proud of me, and that the big reason they, and many of you, don't know what my job in digital marketing is like because I've kept my work life relatively private," the tech savvy star continued. "Social media is only a tiny part of what I do."
Sander's little sister also chimed in on Twitter to say that she was "so proud" of her brother and his "incredible" work along with a repost of his statement.