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Kim Kardashian Reaches 100 Million Followers Despite Huge Social Media Scandal

20 May 2017, 03:21 | Myron Mathis

Kim Kardashian Reaches 100 Million Followers Despite Huge Social Media Scandal

Kim Kardashian Reaches 100 Million Followers Despite Huge Social Media Scandal

The reality TV star has reached 100 million followers on Instagram and she celebrates the milestone by sharing her top 5 Instagram photos.

The 36-year-old reality star celebrated reaching 100 million followers on Instagram with a special photo collage featuring Kanye West and their adorable kids, North and Saint.

That is a wild amount of people and makes her the seventh most followed person on the platform (the first six: the official Instagram account, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and Cristiano Ronaldo).

For all the stripped-down, head-tilted mirror selfies Kim Kardashian's posted over the years, those have not been her most liked Instagram posts.

The picture of Kardashian kissing her new husband Kanye West after their wedding ceremony in 2014 garnered a whopping 2.5 million likes and was the most liked on Instagram for a long time.


Kim chose to celebrate the milestone by sharing on Instagram a sweet picture of her daughter, North, at Universal Studio in Hollywood. "To celebrate reaching 100M followers I'm giving away 100 LuMee cases!" so she captioned a photo of her sitting on the stairs while holding her cell phone.

Take a look at the pic - which has over four million likes - below.

Another post that pulled at the heart-strings of Kardashian's followers was a lovely natural shot of herself and son Saint in what appears to be the family home. While it seems more likely that these are her top-five recent posts, we suppose it's possible they are also the all-time top five. "I appreciate you guys so much, more than you know".

The mom-of-two then took a trip down memory lane as she shared an Easter throwback of the West family all dressed up and posing for a photo at their home. "I love watching him grow up", she wrote.



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