Most followed Kenyan Celebrities on Instagram
Instagram is where most celebrities share behind-the-scenes of their shoots, their daily lives and even interact with their fans on various matters. Now with Facebook auditing the quality and authenticity of likes and followers, Instagram is set to implement the same measures in no time.
- You can make money out of it
When you have more followers and when your posts are liked by a large number of people, you attract advertisers. Advertisers want their products and services to reach as many people as it is possible.
So, once you have a great number of followers and these followers fall under the demographics of the advertiser, you might as well get an offer to advertise products. This is one sure shot way of being able to make money. There are already a huge number of instagrammers who are being able to make lots of money through advertising different products.
- For a business account, you can get more clients
The reason why people make a business account on Instagram is to expand their business. How does the business get expanded? A business is expanded on any social media platform only when there are more people viewing your services and products. Having more followers would mean more people getting to know about your business.
- You can increase the number of subscribers on your YouTube channel
Pretty much like adding your web link to your profile, you can also add your YouTube link. Every time you release a new video, update it on your Instagram as well. When your followers notice your updated YouTube link, they would follow the link and you’d get more views. Similarly, as more people view your video, people who like the content would also subscribe to your YouTube channel. All of this brings you a lot of profit.
4. You could inspire change
Having a massive following (being famous) gives you the power to bring about change. Nowadays, hashtags started by celebrities have a way of going viral on social media and are more often than not picked up by mainstream media outlets reaching an even wider audience
Here is a countdown of Kenya’s top followed celebrity;
- Lupita Nyongo 7.9m followers
Kenyan actress Lupita Nyongo, an Oscar award-winning actress shot to fame after the movie 12 Years A Slave and is a household. She is the most followed Kenyan celebrity 2019 having 7.9 million followers on Instagram.
- Eric Omondi 1.9m followers
Comedian and CEO of Big Tyme Entertainment Eric Omondi is one of the Kenyans finest talents. Famously known as Erico is the second most followed Kenyan celebrity with 1.9 million followers.
- Huddah Monroe or Boss chick
Alhuda Njoroge, well known as Huddah Monroe or Boss chick is a Kenyan based socialite, TV personality and CEO of Huddah cosmetics. She rose to fame after featuring on the reality show Big Brother Africa. She is the most followed socialite in Kenya with 1.7 million followers.
- Sauti Sol
Kenyan boy band comprising of four of the most talented singers, songwriters and producers. They are famously known for making good music thus scaling exceptional heights to win international awards. They are for sure the best Kenyan band with 1.4 million followers.
- Vera Sidika
Vera Sidika Mung’asia also known as Queen Vee is a Kenyan socialite who has managed to build a fortune out of controversies. She once featured on the reality hit series Nairobi Diaries, and famously started out as a dark-skinned video vixen before becoming a renown bleached socialite. She has 1.3 million followers.
- Betty Kyallo