Celebs caught with fake social media followers

Kim Kardashian -
In 2014, Kim Kardashian lost 1.3 million followers following a purge of fake accounts on Instagram.

Kim Kardashian -
Fast forward to 2021 and 26% of her Instagram followers are in fact fake. Not to mention her Twitter, where the percentage bumps up to 48%.

Rihanna - RiRi has lost a fair amount of fake followers on both Instagram and Twitter, following purges in 2014 and 2018. Some 1.2 million and 2.5 million, respectively.

Rihanna -
While most of Rihanna's Instagram followers seem to be legit, as of 2021 about 42% of her Twitter followers are suspected to be fake.

Cristiano Ronaldo -
The Portuguese soccer star leads the charts in 2021 as the most-followed celeb on Instagram. Still, about 23% of the accounts are estimated to be fake.

Cristiano Ronaldo -
Ronaldo's number of fake followers on Twitter is even higher: a whopping 48%!

Akon - Akion released his hit song 'Lonely' in 2004, and that's probably how he felt in 2014, when he lost 56% of his Instagram followers!

Sean Combs -
Back in 2013, the music mogul gained 85,000 followers in a single day, only to lose nearly 400,000 of them a few months later.

BTS - A 2019 survey found that the K-pop stars had a combined 47% of fake followers on Instagram and Twitter.

Kourtney Kardashian -
This member of the Kardashian clan also had plenty of fake social media followers back in 2019. Around 46%, to be more precise.

Kourtney Kardashian -
Kourtney Kardashian tops the list in 2021, with an estimated 28% (or 32.48 million) fake Instagram followers!

Priyanka Chopra - The actress scored really high in terms of fake social media followers in 2019: 43%, to be more precise.

Neymar -
The Brazilian soccer star is also a social media star in 2021. Though an estimated 27% of his Instagram followers are fake. And the percentage goes up to 44% on Twitter.

Bill Gates -
The co-founder of Microsoft is no. 2 in 2021 when it comes to fake Twitter followers, with an estimated 54%!

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