Curvy socialite Kim Kardashian earns up to N180 million from a sponsored Instagram post

Curvy socialite Kim Kardashian earns up to N180 million from a sponsored Instagram post

American socialite and entrepreneur Kim Kardashian earns between $300,000 and $500,000 (N108m to N180m) just to post a sponsored advert on Instagram.

The curvaceous beauty’s lawyers are however working towards amending the figure to $1 million (N360 million).

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According to TMZ, Kim’s proceeds were unearthed after the mother of three sued a company that reportedly kept copying her style.

The millionaire claimed Misguided, a clothing store, kept using her image without seeking consent thus messing with her hustle.

In 2018, Kim asked the company to stop using her image through an Instagram post but Misguided supposedly refused to issue a response.

The reality star sometimes declines to represent companies offering the equivalent amount of money saying she cannot be associated with them.

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Kim, whose late father was a big shot lawyer is an elder sister to the world’s youngest self-made billionaire Kylie Jenner.

The beauty and her siblings have businesses that range from beauty products to clothing stores and one of her little sisters works as a high end runway model.

The wealthy siblings also feature in a reality show dubbed Keeping Up With The Kardashians which runs on E Entertainment.

In other news, reported that Kim Kardashian is studying to become a lawyer and is to take her bar exams in 2022.

The reality star said she is studying to become a lawyer and she has been doing so without the knowledge of the public for the past year.

More surprises come with the fact that the reality star does not have to be confined in the four walls of a law school, as she is currently taking a four-year apprenticeship at a law firm in San Francisco, which in California, is a legal way to become a lawyer and take bar exams without going to law school.

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