Larsa Pippen made sure she got paid as she stunned fans in a glittery bikini back in November 2020. Posing from the poolside terrace of her luxurious mansion, the reality star thrilled her Instagram followers as she flaunted her sensational figure, but it was a two-way street. Shouting out affordable clothing brand Oh Polly in her caption, Larsa slipped into her influencer shoes as she was likely paid handsomely for the post. Fans went wild in the comments, although few appeared to notice the 49-year-old’s brand mention. Larsa is followed by over 5 million on Instagram.
Glitter Bikini Poolside
Scroll for the photo. Showcasing her gym-honed legs, flat stomach, and killer hips, Larsa drew the eye to her fit figure as she posed in an impossibly tiny, silver-studded bikini with shimmery fabrics and black piping.
Going extra minimal with her “patch-on”-style briefs, the former best friend to Kim Kardashian crossed her legs a little as she stood barefoot, also rocking a diamante anklet as she rested one hand against a nearby wall. Also flaunting the perks of her high-end lifestyle, the Bravo star peeped her swanky pool and the exteriors of her home, but eyes were likely on that fierce body.
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Also flashing some cleavage as she rocked her halterneck two-piece, Larsa kept glam in dark shades, opting out of a fancy hairdo as she sported her locks swept up into a bun. “You got my singing love songs,” she wrote, then tagging Oh Polly.
Fans have left over 41,000 likes. Larsa has ben affiliated with a variety of brands over the years, not limited to Pretty Little Thing and Fashion Nova. She currently influences for the latter, alongside fronting luxury lingerie brand Honey Birdette.
What Was She Paid?
Larsa didn’t go #ad, but at the time, she was regularly name-dropping Oh Polly in her IG posts.
“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,” Vox states.
Larsa also earns cash from her reality appearances, Larsa Marie jewelry brand, and OnlyFans.
Doesn’t ‘Care’ What You Think About Her OnlyFans
Larsa signed up to OF in 2021, telling fans: “I don’t care what anyone says. Every woman can love and live on her own terms. Welcome to my OnlyFans, a really fun way to get to know the real me and for me to interact one on one with my true fans!”
Larsa might share racy content on the site, but one guy is getting all the perks. Larsa continues to make headlines for her ongoing romance with NBA player Marcus Jordan.