Zendaya, The Rock and Leonardo DiCaprio: The Actors with the highest percentage of fake followers on Instagram revealed
Zendaya is the actress with the highest percentage of fake followers on Instagram, with over a quarter (27.47%) of her followers estimated to be fake, new data reveals.
That's according to new research by Scams.info. In this study, the experts utilised Instagram analytical tool, Modash.io, to discover the percentage of fake followers held by the most followed actors on Instagram.
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Zendaya is estimated to have the highest percentage of fake followers
Scams.info can reveal that Zendaya is the actress with the highest percentage of fake followers, with 27.47% of her 157.2 million followers estimated to be fake. In comparison to her fellow Spider-Man: No Way Home co star, Tom Holland (16.98%) Zendaya’s estimated percentage of fake followers is 10.49% higher.
In second place is Gal Gadot with 27.24% of her followers estimated to be fake. Despite having approximately 67 million less followers than Zendaya (157,200,000), Gadot’s estimated percentage of fake followers is 0.23% fewer than Zendaya (27.47%).
Kevin Hart places third with 26.07% of his followers on Instagram estimated to be fake. Although Kevin Hart (157.7million) has roughly half the followers of Dwayne Johnson (364 milllon), the estimated percentage of fake followers is 2.07% higher than The Rock.
In fourth place is Leonardo DiCaprio with 24.67% of his Instagram followers estimated to be fake. In comparison to fellow hearth-throb, Zac Efron, DiCaprio’s estimated percentage of fake followers is 1.11% higher than Efron’s.
Nicholas Crouch from Scams.info has provided the following comment regarding how to keep your personal information safe from scammers and bot accounts on Instagram:
“Spam bots, or fake accounts are automated profiles that manipulate real-life behaviour by following, liking and connecting with other users. Bots threaten online security, making it harder to see how many real humans engage with your content.
Turning on two-factor authentication is also a great way to keep your account protected, as a code is required if there’s a login attempt from an unrecognised account. Lastly, installing CAPTCHA on your website is a great security method and super effective in preventing bots and scammers.
Always ignore unexpected messages and avoid clicking on any links. The quicker these accounts are reported, the quicker Instagram is able to deactivate bot accounts!”