Dan Bilzerian has graced fans with a rare social media post for the first time in months.
Nicknamed the ‘King of Instagram’, Bilzerian has a history of documenting his lavish lifestyle on Instagram, consisting of sex, drug-fueled parties, and lots of money.
His controversial snaps even garnered him a whopping 32 million followers on the social media app.
However, Bilzerian decided to take a break from social media, with his last post on Instagram dated November 2021.
Speaking to InsideHook in January, Bilzerian said: "I just lived in the circus for so long that I kind of just — I really needed a break."
He then added: "I’ve said this before, but I feel like it’s like a video game that I beat five years ago and I’m tired of playing it."
It now appears the ‘King of Instagram’ is back - Bilzerian has finally given fans another glimpse into his outrageous lifestyle.
Taking to his Instagram story, the notorious partier posted a photo of himself alongside a female companion.
The pair appear to be relaxing on a boat, with a scenic landscape pictured in the background.
In a further tribute to his fans, Bilzerian posted the photo to Facebook, alongside the caption ‘might never leave’.
Welcome back, Bilzerian.
If you’ve ever wondered exactly how the social media star funds his lavish lifestyle, you will probably not be surprised to hear he has fingers in a lot of pies.
The former marine first rose to fame around a decade ago, following a semi-successful professional poker career, and first gained recognition in 2010 after being voted one of the funniest poker players by Bluff magazine.
However, Bilzerian previously acknowledged that he inherited some of his money from a trust fund from his dad, but has declined to reveal just how much.
Nonetheless, growing up with a businessman dad seems to have had an influence on Bilzerian who now runs Ignite - a company that sells CBD oils, e-cigarettes, vodka and other products.
According to Forbes, the company registered a net income of $3.1 million (£2.3m) in the fourth quarter of 2020 - having previously experienced a pretty rough time in 2019 and most of 2020.
Meanwhile, his popularity on social media led to him landing a book deal. He released his autobiography The Setup last year.
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