Why is Kim Kardashian West so famous? Duh! Y'all should literally get over this question, no really! This universal question needs to settle in oblivion now. IOHO, you should ask – "How CAN Kim Kardashian West make me famous?"
Yes, the Kardashians have the power to make anyone famous. No, we ain't talking about Blac Chyna or Kris Humphries or Scott Disick...We mean commoners.
Kim K, who now has a humongous following of 54.8 million Twitter followers, replied to a fan four years back, and ended up making him a social media star.
Superfan Jerome Billingham tweeted Kim asking: "Do you notice your fans? I love you loads! #hotlove."
To his surprise, Kim K replied with "Love you too!"
Within a week his followers multiplied from 200 to 20,000 – and he now boasts a whopping 500,000 followers between two separate accounts.
"I was doing a 6am shift at my work in a factory and I'd seen she'd tweeted something, I can't even remember what she tweeted now, but I just replied to ask if she ever noticed her fans," says Jerome.
"I didn't think anything of it and was walking to work and then my phone just started going ping ping ping and going crazy."
Soon after, clothing companies began sending him free clothes and stuffs, and other businesses begged him to promote their products.
He estimates he now makes £5,000 (4,13,080 INR) a year tweeting about high street companies, such as Primark, to his 269,000 followers as well as promotional work for E4 (a British digital television channel).
In addition to that, he gets free entries in clubs and free drinks and food for promoting them.
Okay, now that's causing us envy!
A single tweet from Kim Kardashian has allowed a factory worker to forge a new career. The social media star now plans to concentrate on this business for full time. Look at Kim, making lives and inspiring people!
He got into Keeping Up With The Kardashians (everyone's guilty pleasure) five years ago and has always fancied social media star Kim, 36. Well, who doesn't? He gets approached by brands for Twitter promotions, and they agree to pay him £100 for a tweet. Pretty cool, huh?
In case, you're bored with your current job, you know what to do.?