Saturday, December 23, 2023

ASK ME Do I GIVE A FUCK PART 2...........


Can't stand this cunt .......a very low budget porn whore who got famous  ....i mean she is  fuckable her  arse is  too big .....but the  brothers and  latin guys  love  that junk in  ze trunk .....not moi .....nope   .........just cannot  over  a big arse me  fussy  ..or whatever   the fuck you want ....i don't care life   my  bills  ...if you do not  like it  ...why are you here!!!!!!......she is a  cunt  ....nasty as  fuck and  so is her mother ,,,,,,,,,,her poor  dad  ended  up a  fucking woman .....dirty old  bastard.......can you imagine the men in the  locker  room in the  olympics  .......turen in their  grave an old  braod  ....thsi si what ahppens when you have too many daughters .......your dad  ends up a chick ........i would like to see her  doing throiat fuck porn or  gag though and  swallow .......

Prediction: Kim Kardashian will be kicked off Instagram

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Kim Kardashian poses on the red carpet as she arrives for the Time Magazine 100 gala celebrating their list of the 100 Most Influential People in the world in New York City, New York, U.S., April 26, 2023. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly Acquire Licensing Rights

NEW YORK, Dec 22 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Kim Kardashian knows how to milk free publicity. The reality-star-cum-influencer has used the likes of Instagram to help flog shapewear from her company Skims, among other things, and she isn’t alone. The photo-sharing network has more than 10 million influencers tapping into a $21 billion marketing economy, according to McKinsey. In 2024, social media firms grappling with slowing growth will want a cut of these side hustles. They’ll negotiate by revoking stars’ privileges.

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Kardashian, who clocks more than 360 million followers on Instagram, capitalized on her fame to co-launch private equity firm SKKY Partners in 2023. It’s not her first investing foray, having launched Skims, worth $4 billion, in 2019. Other influencers are also generating value that Instagram parent Meta Platforms (META.O) and its peers don’t get to touch. Though starting from a low base, payments made directly to individual online stars have grown more quickly than advertising revenue at Instagram, Facebook, Alphabet-owned (GOOGL.O) YouTube and Snap (SNAP.N)according to market research outfit Insider Intelligence.

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The platforms have reason to want a piece. Though it’s recovered from 2022’s complete stall, Meta’s ad revenue is projected to grow at half the rate it was in the years prior, analysts polled by LSEG reckon. Snap is going through its own slowdown.

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They have one point of leverage to pry back the lucre slipping through their grasp: the reach they offer to influencers. They’re already making some moves. At X, formerly known as Twitter, owner Elon Musk has pushed changes that reward paying to boost a profile, showing various metrics illuminating the effects. In 2023, Instagram tweaked its app to make certain posts less visible. Though neither has been particularly successful, these companies can try to flex their star-making power, potentially enabling them to extract rents from off-platform activities like Kardashian’s.

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Influencers might argue that their content creates the community on these platforms. Indeed, Kardashian’s pull is so powerful that her complaints helped force Instagram to backpedal on app changes in 2022. Still, there’s a symbiosis between created content and distribution mechanisms. Both need to get paid.

Instagram is best-placed to force the issue, being by far the most popular platform for influencer marketers, Insider Intelligence’s data show. What’s on offer is potentially bigger than McKinsey suggests, as Skims’ upcoming public offering might prove. Influencers won’t want to share the wealth. But Meta boss Mark Zuckerberg can remind them how much they have to lose with the biggest power play of all: kicking them off the platforms that sustain their fame.

- This is a Breakingviews prediction for 2024. To see more of our predictions, click here

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Kim Kardashian’s Skims, a maker of form-sculpting underwear, is in discussions about a potential initial public offering in 2024, Bloomberg reported. The company was valued at $4 billion in its most recent funding round, it said in July 2023.

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