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Monday, 15 July 2013

PEOPLE: Posts from someone named Lavish

Instagram is somewhat considered as one of the most popular photo sharing, video sharing and social networking services nowadays. Almost everyone, including Hollywood celebrities has an account since It is so easy to use as long as you have a camphone or an ipad connected to the internet. One shot and it will be downloaded directly to your page.



As of February 27, 2013, Instagram announced that they have 100 million active users (including me). BUT there is one instagram user who gained popularity not because he is a celebrity nor a politician, but rather he is posting luxurious photos on how he spend his fortune.



Meet “LAVISH” and his lavish photos, and it's for you to decide if he is real @_@
(I actually found an answer at the bottom, after his photos)


 A "PROMO" ON HIS INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT


 HIS WAY OF "DONATING MONEY"

 HIS STARBUCKS CARD WORTH "10,000 USD"

 HIS "COLLECTION" OF IPHONES

 HIS "GOLD PLATED" STAPLE WIRES WORTH 175 USD


 SERIOUSLY??? PELLIGRINO FOR TOILET USE ONLY???

"BED" OF DOLLARS???


 AN ANNOYING INSULT TO KIM KARDASHIAN


 REALLY?? (Well, got the answer below ehehehe)


 HIS "CAR"

HIS "HOME"

HIS "AMERICAN EXPRESS" CARDS

 USING IPHONES AS HIS "PLAYING CARDS", WELL PLAYING PHONES


but according to wetpaint.com, this guy is a hoax:
"Thankfully, we’re happy to report that most likely, Lavish as a personality is a fake. Digital Trends did some digging, and found that Lavish claims to host $15k and $25k giveaways, but the winners’ accounts are all untraceable; it’s suspect that he suddenly just decided to create all of these social media accounts a few months ago to log his expensive taste and activities; and there are also some inconsistencies in his claims: For instance, Starbucks sets a cap of $500 on their cards, which is a long way from Lavish’s nearly $10,000 balance."

Well, I actually want to believe that this guy is a hoax.. Admittedly I don't know much about the guy but those self-help books then to be scams though. No smart rich person is going to reveal the exact details of how they became rich.