She recently claimed that her critics are 'bitter' because they have to 'work to pay bills' whilst she enjoys the spoils of an influencer lifestyle.
And Katie Salmon unapologetically made the most of living the high life as she enjoyed a lavish holiday in Cape Verde.
Hitting the beach with her friend India Jennings, the 23-year-old glamour model seemed in high spirits as she frolicked on the sand.
Showcasing her sensational figure, Katie donned a scanty tiger print swimsuit with racy a cut out beneath her chest.
The garment's scooped neckline showcased her ample cleavage, whilst the high cut offered a glimpse at her perky posterior.
Katie matched her accessories to the one-piece, donning a tiger print hairband over her raven locks - which had been styled in tight braids.
She completed the look with tinted purple sunglasses and a delicate silver bangle.
Katie's holiday came after she branded people who have to work to pay their bills 'bitter' in a shocking rant.
The former Love Island star was responding to a message on Twitter which read: 'I really don't understand why people are so offended by influencers, it's actually mad.'
In response, the 2016 Love Island hopeful told her 117,000 Twitter followers that resentment towards influencers is 'because most people work so many hours' and are 'depressed/tired' of paying 'bills to live in a house [they don't own]'.
She added: 'We get paid to live life to a degree. Bitter, unhappy people don't like to see people live that good life #unfortunately'.
Meanwhile, Katie recently spoke out about the downside of fame following the death of Mike Thalassitis who was found hanged last month.
Taking to Instagram, Katie wrote: 'Speechless R.I.P Mike... Everybody suffers with some sort of mental health issues and we are by no means more important then any other human... [sic]
'Never know what someone is going through. This is the exact reason I have been working on my own mental health charity. And I will not stop till everyone is aware of the truth behind mental health for not just celebs but everyone'.
The brunette added: 'Be kind, you never know what some is going through!!! Pray for him... for peace... to be out of pain... and to fly high. because he was a beautiful sweet kind man and he had so much coming believe me. gone too soon!' [sic]
Hitting out at Love Island for its lack of support once contestants leave the villa, Katie went on: 'Maybe ITV might give him a 2 second tribute like they did Soph. When in reality Love Island would not be the same or where it is now without these 2 cast members fact. Where is there support? [sic]
'Help after your life changing over night. the check up call. why was more not done when we lost one?
'Why did the producers not look at this and think wow they can't just walk back into the normal world now. help. people have been calling out and asking for so long.' [sic]
She pleaded: 'please please do something to support the new class of love island this year. better yet, consider it... really consider going on these shows. you all think it's highs, when in real reality, nobody has a clue. [sic]
'Sweetest guy. I am truly thinking of his friends family and loved ones at this time. I wish I could do something to help everyone and take the pain that this will leave forever. Pray for him and his loved ones. He's in a much better world, fly high angel'.
The Love Island finalist later insisted she doesn't 'put all the blame' on the show: 'I am not blaiming ITV at all. [sic]
'You can't put all the blame on that one thing of course. Mental health can be a problem from a young age, but you're subjecting yourself to more hate. [There's] criticism and ups and downs when you enter these things. People should be fully aware of the changes before entering these shows', she ended her post.