Kim Kardashian is making a lot of money with her Instagram account, a report from Us Magazine revealed today. While it may seem like common knowledge at this point, Kim is earning solid amounts of cash from her IG, in fact, even more than she would make on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Fans of the reality star know she has been on the television screen for nearly 15 years, however, the show that made her famous, KUWTK, is going off the air after this final season.
During her appearence on My Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman, Kim reflected on her financial position. The reality star shared with the host that leaving Keeping Up With The Kardashians wouldn’t affect her financially in the end.
Kim started off her comments by claiming she and her family wouldn’t be where they are today if it weren’t for Keeping Up The Kardashians, however, the time has come for her and her sisters and brother to move on.
Kim added that “realistically,” they can post something on social media and make more money than they would the entire season on Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The KUTWK star didn’t divulge into the financial details, but it’s been estimated that Kim makes between $300,000 to $1 million per post.
As it was previously reported, Variety claimed in 2017 that the Kar-Jenner clan signed a $100,000,000 deal to keep airing episodes of their famous television show. TMZ later claimed their deal was actually worth more than $150,000,000.
In addition to talking about how successful her career is as an influencer, Kim shared how she and Kanye have been doing over the last few months. The reality star was asked who made more money, and she claimed, “him, probably.”
As most know, the Kardashians and Jenners do serious business. Even Kylie Jenner, the youngest among them, has been valued at $700,000,000. She made her fortune after she sold a majority stake of Kylie Cosmetics to Coty.
Earlier this year, Forbes Magazine ranked Kanye West as the wealthiest among them. He is worth approximately $1.3 billion, the outlet claims.