Instagram is one of the most popular images sharing social media where you will find several people along with celebrities.
Ariana Grande, previously Instagram’s most widespread woman, is now secured in second place with Selena Gomez and Kylie Jenner topped in this list with more than 300 million followers. The singers have 289 million each.
But Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo remains Instagram’s most-followed person, now with more than 388 million followers.
Kylie Jenner has been comparatively silent on the image-sharing platform recently. Her partner, rapper Travis Scott, was carrying out at the Astro world music festival, in Houston, Texas, on 5th November, when 10 people pass away throughout a rush of fans. And Jenner, who is pregnant with their second child, only broke her social-media silence on Christmas Eve, sharing a photo of her mother, Kris Jenner.
In recent week, she posted about the “blessings” and “heartaches” she had knowledgeable in 2021.
Instagram was created in 2010 by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, Instagram was bought by Facebook in 2012, for $1bn (£0.7bn) and now it has 1.3 billion users.
Every day, 500 million people use this amazing image sharing app
Its official account, @Instagram, which showcases its beloved photographs from creators around the world, has the most followers, more than 460 million
Next up is Ronaldo, the first person to reach 200 million followers.
Fellow football player Lionel Messi has also broken the 300 million milestones.
Other Instagram accounts in the top 10 belong to former wrestlers and currently the Hollywood movie superstar The Rock, reality-TV personality Kim Kardashian and singers Beyoncé and Justin Bieber. As Instagram has grown up in admiration, it has confronted condemnation about its accountability for destructive online content.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen named it “more unsafe than other forms of social media” after it was exposed the firm’s own study displayed it could be detrimental. At the time, Instagram alleged the investigation displayed its “promise to empathetic multifaceted and problematic issues”.