KidInfluencer? Unborn Baby already has thousands of followers!

Now this has to be the most shocking influencer news yet! An unborn baby has just hit Instagram with thousands of more followers than you or us! One hundred and twelve thousand, to be exact. Halston Blake Fisher, is the yet-to-be-born daughter of influencer parents, Kyler and Madison Fisher. And interestingly, he has influencer siblings who have more than 2M followers online!

 

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Arriving March 2019 👶🏼 Thanks aunt Mackenzie for making this for baby Halston 🌿 @mackenzierylander

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This is literally Halston’s only post so far, and the kid has over 41K likes for it already!

Looks like the internet cannot wait for him to be born– brands inclusive!

Father of Halston and his twin siblings, Kyler Fisher, said in an interview with New York Times that his children have reeled in lots of cash for the family.

“My kids complete the package, man,” Kyler admitted. “If we didn’t have the girls, I can’t imagine being as far as we are.”
He added that endorsements for their family Youtube channel can be as high as $50,000 per ad!

 

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KidInfluencer? Unborn Baby already has thousands of followers!

Now if the twins are earning this much for just being ‘adorable’, then you can imagine what Halston would rake in.

Due to be born in March this year, the kidinfluencer can be looking at bagging deals from Walmart,Staples and Mattel, according to The Times.

Or she could just follow the footsteps of her sisters, and get a $10,000 check for advertising car seats and Carnival Cruise Lines.

 

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Kidinfluencers are actually meant for adults

And if you were wondering who exactly these kidinfluencers influence, the answer is simple– You and I!

With reference to two insta-famous six year olds, Ava & Everleigh, the Times reports that their YouTube channel draws an audience between the ages 25 and 44.

 

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Despite the lucrativeness of the child influencing industry, some people have drawn concerns over privacy. Mashable, for instance, threw some light on the effects of too many baby photos on the internet.

“What does it mean for your kid’s present and future well-being when thousands of photos showing every stage of their development have been handed over to a company that brushes off an acknowledgment its service may directly contribute to literal deaths before those same kids are even old enough to have a Facebook account?”, they asked in the article.

 

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Nevertheless, the parents of the twins and soon-to-be born Halston have said that they respect their kids’ privacy, and are willing to live with whatever decision they make when they are old enough.

“If our kids make the choice to bounce from social media or traditional media careers, we won’t stop them,” Kyler said to LA Mag. “This life is about choosing our path. God gave us our agency to choose, why would I take that away from my own kids? Go be who you want to be.”

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Amanda Lucy

AMANDA IS A 25 YEAR OLD COLLEGE GRADUATE. LOVES MUSIC,DANCE AND IS AN ARDENT USER OF THE INTERNET. YOU CAN FOLLOW HER INSTAGRAM @nana_yaba. SHE STARTED WRITING FOR INFLEUR IN NOVEMBER 2017

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