Who is Julia Rose? Inside the life of the World Series flasher

Who is Julia Rose? Inside the life of the World Series flasher

Ah yes, the sweet taste of success.

Jake Paul celebrated his knockout win Saturday against Nate Robinson with lady love Julia Rose, the social media model who flashed Gerrit Cole during the 2019 World Series.

“Mmmm…tastes like victory to me ????@jakepaul,” Rose captioned her Instagram post.

Although Paul, 23, and Rose have been linked since February, the Shagmag founder has been an internet sensation for some time.

She’s a former MTV star

In 2016, Rose was cast on MTV’s reality dating series, “Are You the One?” She became involved with fellow cast member Stephen McHugh, who helped co-found her risqué endeavor, Shagmag.

“I grew up in a conservative family, going to church,” Rose previously told The Post. “I wasn’t allowed to wear a bikini until my senior year in high school.”

Rose, who boasts five million Instagram followers added, “I live it, thrive in my birthday suit.”

She’s got zero regrets over her viral World Series moment

During Game 5 of the 2019 World Series between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros, Rose and fellow social media star Lauren Summer flashed former Astros pitcher Cole. The duo was banned indefinitely by Major League Baseball as a result.

“It was one of the top moments of my life,” Rose said last summer. “I’m still banned from any baseball games, but it’s worth it. I’ve always chased adrenaline.”

Rose was also blocked by Cole — who is now a New York Yankee — on Twitter.

She allegedly loathed Paul’s pre-fight preparations

Earlier this month, the controversial Paul — who previously staged a lavish Las Vegas wedding to YouTube star Tana Mongeau — spoke to TMZ about his training regimen, which included a sex ban.

“I haven’t had sex in a while, which is difficult to do since I have a girlfriend and she’s hot as f–k,” the YouTuber told the outlet.

“She’s pissed man,” he continued. “She hates me. She just looks at me like, ‘I f–king hate you, bro. Why can’t we do this right now?!”