Kylie Jenner Makes $1.2 Million For A Single Sponsored Instagram Post

July 26, 2019 / Posted by:

I’m not sure what kind of sorcery they’ve cooked up behind the scenes at the Kardashian Kompound of Kon-artists but those broads stay with a hefty check. From Pimp Mama Kris all the way up to her top earner Kylie Jenner they prove to be the living embodiment of Junior Mafia’s classic song Get Money. And thanks to social media and a host of followers who are hypnotized by Kylie’s stale gaze and Fix-A-Flat injected lips, she is reportedly getting $1.2 million dollars when she shares a post on Instagram with her totally real 141 million followers.

Kris Jenner already told us that her Koven brings in the money from social media, but Us Weekly has the details. And the funny thing is that although she’s Instagram’s top earning bitch of big bucks she has less followers than other folks rounding out the top five.

According to U.K.-based planning tool for Instagram, Hopper HQ, the youngest Jenner sister makes approximately $1,266,000 per single sponsored Instagram post, making her the number one earner on the platform.

Also included in the top five on Instagram’s 2019 Rich List is Ariana Grande, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kim Kardashian and Selena Gomez. At number two, the “Thank You, Next” singer can charge $996,000 per post. However, what’s interesting to note is that the new face of Givenchy has over 19 million more followers than Jenner, and Ronaldo has the most with over 14 million more than Grande. Other members of the Kardashian klan made it on the list, with Kendall and Khloe coming in at 14 and 15, respectively.

Wait a minute. So let me get this straight. Of the Top 15 earners on Instagram FOUR of the Kardashian witches made the list? I’m sorry, but does Satan own Instagram? Maybe Ryan Seacrest does. Or perhaps Ryan Seacrest is Satan since he brought these demons into our lives and then smashed the clock on their fifteen minutes of fame when it hit 14:59.

Pic: Instagram

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