*Fashion icons, makeup gurus, or pop stars – influencers have become some of the biggest names on social media over the past few years. Many envy their fame, their seemingly glamorous lifestyle, and their association with popular brands that bring them thousands of dollars for a single post.
Recently, however, it has become clear how easy it is to buy fake likes, comments, or even fake followers on platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok.
It turns out that anyone can fake being popular by simply purchasing thousands of subscribers from dedicated online agencies – a tendency that is difficult to overcome by platforms.
Along with the many social influencers that sometimes buy these bots, many celebrity influencers have also been found guilty of having a massive fake following. The team at CasinoGuardian decided to look at the accounts – whether owned by celebrities or not – that have amassed the highest percentage of fake followers on Instagram.
Interestingly, the list features some of the most famous musicians and TV personalities, including Katy Perry, Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, and Khloe Kardashian. However, the people with the most fake followers are influencers who gained fame on social media.
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Influencers with the Most Fake Followers
Sometimes, young Instagram users who aspire to be famous influencers find it hard to become popular in the traditional way – by creating original, valuable content, targeting the right audience and being honest and genuine in what they do. Some of them might buy fake likes, comments, and followers, increasing their visibility and stats artificially.
Whether the influencers on the list below have purchased bots or not, a huge number of their followers are believed to be fake. These include the Dubai-based, Iraqi-American beauty influencer and owner of cosmetics line Huda Beauty, British TV presenter, model, and fashion designer Alexa Chung, and popular YouTuber and professional boxer Jake Paul.
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