Kylie Jenner has finally used her influence for a greater impact.
Recent risqué photos posted by Kylie Jenner on her Instagram will help change the history of the US.
The millionaire joined the thirst trap trend for democracy as she urged people to vote for the upcoming US elections.
The 23-year-old beauty mogul captioned the pictures, “But are you registered to vote? Click the link in my bio… let’s make a plan to vote together.”
Kylie Jenner’s pictures indeed captured the attention of her 196 million Instagram followers.
The link the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” bio directed her fans to is vote.org — a US voter registration that allows Americans to check their voter status in less than one minute.
On her Instagram Story, the Kylie Cosmetics mogul offered a step-by-step guide for voting.
She simply demonstrated that once a ballot has been filled out, it can be returned by mail or in person.
In another Story, she explained that California residents who are registered to vote will received a ballot less than 30 days before the elections.
In one of her final posts regarding voting, she said, “We must all make our voices heard this November. Now, more than ever, we need to change.”
“We have the power to make a difference. But we need to VOTE.”
Not only was Kylie’s post “liked” by over 9 million people, but vote.org’s website also benefitted from the traffic.
Vote.org’s CEO, Andrea Hailey, told Fox News, “After Kylie Jenner’s Instagram post, the surge in interactions with Vote.org’s registration verification tool speaks to an energy among young Americans who want to make sure their voices are heard this election.”
According to TMZ, the website garnered a 1500% boost and an 80% increase in user registration and voting eligibility verification.
The New York Magazine also reported that Kylie Jenner’s Instagram post led to 48,000 new voter registrations.
The upcoming US election comes at a crucial time for the country, which has suffered immensely from the coronavirus pandemic’s impact.
Recently, there have also been issues of racism and police brutality, which were all brought forward following the innocent killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd.
Other celebrities’ thirst traps for democracy
Musician Diplo also posted a cheeky photo of himself overlooking a lake.
He captioned the photo, “Don’t forget to register to vote.”
Meanwhile, Captain America actor Chris Evans also unintentionally flaunted his stuff but used the accidental mistake to make a statement.
On Twitter, he said:
Now that I have your attention
VOTE Nov 3rd!!!
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) September 15, 2020
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