Anastasiya Kvitko‘s jaw-dropping curves are back on the ‘Gram. The “Russian Kim Kardashian” may once have relied on her famous moniker, but with 10.7 million Instagram followers and a name that’s now known without 39-year-old Kim Kardashian‘s back-up, AK seems all set. Her latest Instagram update was just one more reminder that the Kvitko curves might well rival those seen on the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star herself.
AK’s latest video was a promotional one – the blonde has been hand-picked by Bang Energy beverages. Clearly, this star’s appeal is netting her profits.
Anastasiya’s video showed her near sands, although the road setting didn’t quite make it a beach. AK had been filmed flaunting her signature curves in a colorful, sporty, and figure-flaunting outfit, seen via her hot pink athleisurewear. The Russian beauty wore a skin-tight pair of leggings flaunting her famous rear, also upping the ante via an unzipped finish to her matching sports bra.
AK paraded her curves for the camera as she donned metallic shades, briefly allowing the camera to zoom in on the drink she was promoting.
AK had taken to her caption to mention Bang Energy.
“Best life with @BangEnergy, would you like to try one?
Follow the inventor @BangEnergy.CEO ?
EnergyDrink #BangEnergy,” she wrote.
With or without drinks, this girl’s fans will love her. The video currently sits at over 880,000 views, with the comments section overflowing.
“So pretty,” one fan wrote.
“Always beautiful,” another added.
The odd comment came in mentioning the drink – “definitely will try one” was one such reply – but the bulk of responses saw fans shower the European with love.
Pay on Instagram directly correlates with following – more followers equals higher pay. Vox broke down the potential earnings, although these are just estimates.
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post! Especially if the content is on Youtube and the influencer is in the gaming industry.”
AK has left Russia behind, appearing to have secured a visa to reside in the U.S. Speaking to Women’s Fitness, the model mentioned both her rising following and her move.
“My Instagram account was growing…fast. Once it reached first one hundred thousand of followers. It was unbelievable,” she began, adding:
“What is more, many comments were written by people from different places of the world but most of them were from my fans from USA, therefore, it appeared a necessity to move to [the] United States, because my email was filled by commercial proposals with invitations to visit [the] United States for work.”