Kim Kardashian Made Almost $1 Million From An Hour Of Selfies

Kim Kardashian allegedly made almost $1 million just from taking selfies and partying in the Hamptons.

A new report by Page Six is claiming that Kardashian was recently paid a staggering $700,000 for a recent appearance at a Revolve Hamptons House party in Water Mill, New York, where she took selfies with a number of Instagram stars while surrounded by 25 bodyguards.

The site claimed that Kardashian posed with a number of high profile Instagram users, who Page Six referred to as “influencers,” for around an hour, before being flown out of the state the same way she arrived – by private jet.

Kardashian’s rep didn’t officially confirm how much cash Kim made from the short Hamptons appearance, though the site claimed that the event’s organizers did confirm to Page Six that they paid “between half a million and a million” to get Kim to attend the New York party.

Back at it in the Hamptons with @Revolve #RevolveInTheHamptons

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Kim took to Instagram to confirm her appearance at the Revolve event on July 16, posting a snap of herself from behind and standing in front of a large sign that spelled the word “Revolve.”

“Back at it in the Hamptons with @Revolve,” Kim captioned the photo, alongside the hashtag #RevolveInTheHamptons.

Kim’s alleged huge pay day comes amid recent reports revealing that Kardashian has been bringing in some serious cash in recent months.

Forbes recently revealed just how much Kim has made this past year, even putting her on the cover of the latest issue of the money magazine.

Kardashian acknowledged her big cover girl achievement on social media, joking that landing the cover of the prestigious magazine was pretty good for someone with “no talent” while posting a shot of herself on the magazine on her official Instagram page.

“Such a tremendous honor to be on the cover of @forbes!” Kim told her more than 77 million Instagram followers on the photo sharing site. “I never dreamed this would happen and know my Dad would be so proud,” Kardashian continued, alongside the hashtag, #NotBadForAGirlWithNoTalent.

Forbes revealed in the cover story that Kardashian has made millions from her various ventures, with her mobile game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood being one of her biggest sources of revenue.

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The site revealed that since the app launched back in June 2014, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood has made a staggering $160 million in revenue, while Forbes estimated that Kardashian herself made around $45 million from the app over the past two years.

“I became really intrigued with the tech world. I started spending a lot of time in San Francisco,” Kim told Forbes of her money making app in the magazine’s cover story, admitting that she was looking to focus more on the game and tech apps following its huge success around the world.

“I realized this is really going to be the next cycle of my career,” Kardashian admitted, “and this is what I want to focus on.”

But it’s not just Kim’s party going, selfie skills and mobile apps that are bringing in the millions.

Kim Kardashian Paid $700,000 To Take Selfies & Party In The Hamptons
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According to Forbes, Kim came in at 42 on the magazine’s Celebrity 100 list for 2016, making an estimated combined $51 million from her various ventures, including her reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, various social media endorsements, her Kimoji app and other huge deals.

And it looks like Kim’s not afraid to show off just how much money she has.

After husband Kanye West claimed on social media that he was $53 million in debt earlier this year, Kardashian made it clear that she and her husband weren’t in any kind of financial trouble.

“Sorry I’m late to the party guys,” Kim tweeted. “I was busy cashing my 80 million video game check & transferring 53 million into our joint account.”

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