Kimberley Loaiza is a social media star and content creator from Mexico. She first gained fame on the short-form video app Vine, where she was one of the most popular creators with over 2 million followers. She has since transitioned to other platforms such as YouTube and Instagram, where she continues to grow her audience with her relatable and often hilarious content.
Kimberley was born in Guadalajara, Mexico in 1998. Growing up, she was always interested in creative pursuits such as art and fashion design. When she was 16 years old, she started posting videos on Vine under the name “Kimi Loca”. Her funny and relatable 6-second clips quickly amassed her a large following, and by the time Vine shut down in 2016, she had over 2 million followers.
After Vine, Kimberley started posting longer videos on YouTube. She has since built up a loyal fanbase of over 4 million subscribers her vlogs, challenges, and other fun content. In 2019, she released her first single “Díganle”, which quickly became a hit in her native Mexico.
Outside of social media, Kimberley is also a successful model and brand ambassador. She has worked with major brands such as Nike, Coca-Cola, and Samsung. In 2018, she was named one of Time magazine’s “25 Most Influential Teens”.
Interesting Facts About Kimberley Loaiza
1. Kimberley was born in San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora, Mexico on March 19, 1996.
2. She has two older sisters named Kimberly and Jennifer.
3. Kimberley’s parents are from Guatemala.
4. She began using Vine in 2013 and quickly gained popularity thanks to her funny videos.
5. Kimberley has over 5 million followers on Vine.
6. In 2015, she started posting videos on YouTube and now has over 2 million subscribers.
7. Kimberley is also popular on Instagram, where she has over 9 million followers.
8. She launched her own clothing line called “KLOTHING” in 2016.
9. Kimberley has released two singles, “Dutty Love” and “Sola”, which have both been successful in Mexico.
10. She was named one of the most influential people on social media by Forbes Mexico in 2017.