Almost every member of the Kardashian-Jenner family is a millionaire, except for Kim Kardashian, who was declared a billionaire by Forbes in 2021. Because of their reality show, that premiered on "E!" the collective net worth of the Kar-Jenner family has skyrocketed. In September 2020, "Forbes" reported that the family's worth reached an astonishing US$2 billion, with " no shortage of future income potential".
What's spectacular concerning the Kardashian-Jenners is that they do not place confidence in one stream of financial gain. Apart from their reality show, they have numerous business ventures that facilitate the growth of their wealth. Kim has her fragrance and cosmetics company, KKW Beauty, moreover as her shapewear line, Skims. Kendall Jenner encompasses a flourishing modeling career and numerous partnerships with luxury brands. Kylie Jenner's Kylie Cosmetics attained her the title of "youngest self made billionaire," before Forbes rescinded it in a very blistering expose that knocked her all the way down to "just under $900 million." Meanwhile, Kris Jenner continues to be the momager, taking 10% of the revenue her kids make. Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, whereas not as loaded as their siblings, still have net worths of $50 and $65 million, as stated by Celebrity Net Worth.
Some of them make over $1 million per post!
If a brand plans to get Kylie Jenner to post information about its products on Instagram, then it must be prepared to pay less than $1.5 million-at least, this is based on data from Hopper’s 2021 Instagram Richlist, which tracks the impacts of attention and valuation of figures on social media platforms. For Kylie, all she has to do is click to share, and she will make more money than most people in her lifetime.
According to the report, Kelly is followed by half-sister Kim Kardashian, who earns slightly more than $1.4 million per post. Both Kylie and Kim are ahead of Beyoncé, who is at just $1.1 million. The rest of the family is not far away. Kendall Jenner, ranked 10th, earns slightly more than US$1 million per post, while Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian, ranked 13th and 17th, earn US$949,000 and US$785,000 per post, respectively.
Allegedly the family has a lot of fake followers on their IG accounts
According to research conducted by All Home Connections on behalf of AT&T an American telecoms company, most of the fans of these most followed celebrities may be just virtual accounts or robot accounts — or worse, bought accounts. Although AT&T did not elaborate on how the latter happened, it did say that in order to compile its results, it used a service called GRIN, which claimed to be a "free false follower detection tool" to check Instagram's most accounts. Who is on top of the list? Many Kardashian-Jenner family members.
Surprisingly, Kourtney Kardashian was found to have 28% of fake follows among her 116 million Instagram followers. This is equivalent to approximately 32.5 million accounts. Kim Kardashian ranked No. 6 with 26% of fake IG fans, and Khloé also had 26%. At the same time, Kylie and Kendall Jenner are ranked 11th and 13th respectively, with 25% fake followers on popular photo-sharing app.
Whether they may have fake accounts following them or not, it's clear the Kardashian-Jenners remain superbly influential and rich.
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