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KSI of Sidemen fame, real name Olajide Olayinka Williams “JJ” Olatunji Jr. is a 28-year-old UK English YouTuber, filmmaker, actor, “musician”, and professional boxer mainly known for his music, vlogs, boxing, and challenges born on June 19, 1993.
He is better known online as KSI (short for Knowledge Strength Integrity, formerly JideJunior), JJ has two solo YouTube channels, KSI and JJ Olatunji (formerly KSIOlajidebtHD).
KSI’s main channel is the seventh-most subscribed YouTube channel from the United Kingdom, whereas his second channel is the 27th most subscribed YouTube channel from the United Kingdom. He is also the most subscribed person of color on YouTube.
KSI has a net worth of $25 million (£21 million). KSI earns an estimated £12 million per year. He makes $158 – $2.5k in a day per video on his main YouTube channel, according to Social Blade. KSI makes a salary of $1.1K – $17.6K in a week, and a monthly income of $4.7K – $75.6K.
He is also a current member of a group called The Sidemen. The group, Sidemen consists of 7 famous UK YouTubers by the names of KSI, W2S, Miniminter, Vikkstar123, Behzinga, Zerkaa, and TBJZL.
KSI’s parents are by the names Jide and Yinka Olatunji and has a YouTuber brother called Deji.
KSI was born in Watford, Hertfordshire, England but now lives in a flat in Central London with Simon.
KSI Profile Summary
|Net Worth:||$25 Million|
|Age:||28 years old|
|Born (Birthday):||June 19, 1993|
|Country of Origin (Nationality):||United Kingdom|
|Place of Birth||Watford, Hertfordshire, England|
|Ethnicity:||Half Nigerian; half British|
|Parents||Jide and Yinka Olatunji|
|Channels:||KSI; JJ Olatunji; KSIClips|
|Number Subscribers||Over 37.6 million subscribers|
|Source of Wealth:||YouTuber/Vlogger|
|Annual Income||$16 million (£12 million) per year|
Check out these 150 interesting facts about KSI of Sidemen fame that every fan should know…
#1. JJ was born in Watford, Hertfordshire, England on June 19, 1993 [age 28]).
#2. Their parents are Jide and Yinka Olatunji (who are of Nigerian descent).
#3. KSI has a younger brother named Deji, who is also an online YouTube personality.
#4. Both his brother and his parents have featured in various videos on his channel.
#5. JJ and Deji also have a notable uncle and a maternal grandfather who died before JJ was born.
#6. When first starting YouTube, he lived with his parents in Watford alongside his brother, Deji.
#7. JJ and his family have all said that he was a shy person as a child and an introvert. This changed once he began uploading on YouTube.
#8. He has previously lived in South East London with Miniminter, Vikkstar123, and Zerkaa in the Sidemen House (and the former Sidemen House) from 2014 to 2019.
#9. He now lives in a flat in Central London with Simon, whom he has known since the age of 11.
#10. Together they attended Berkhamsted School, a private/independent school in Hertfordshire.
#11. Olatunji can be considered partly responsible for the start of Deji’s YouTube channel as they shared a sibling rivalry and used to appear in each others’ videos.
#12. JJ’s overconfident and crazy personality means he sticks out in the FIFA YouTube community, and the humor in his videos often shows the FIFA community’s frustrations at the DEA and the FIFA games themselves.
#13. He is also very well known for his constant joking about his race as well as other issues that are known in society.
#14. He used to date vlogger ‘Seanyxxx’ (better known as Seana) but broke up with her in 2014.
#15. JJ created his first YouTube channel JideJunior in April 2008.
#16. Today, the channel has 110,000 subscribers with 10 uploaded videos.
#17. On the same date of the channel’s creation, JJ uploaded his first video called LOOKING THROUGH SPACE. The video is a school project he made with his friend Patrick. After that video appeared on YouTube, JJ started uploading FIFA and rap videos onto the channel.
#18. JJ uploaded his last video onto the JideJunior channel in March 2009, later abandoning it in 2011.
#19. However, on September 10, 2013, he updated his ‘Favorites’ playlist, which to many leading that this is the last time he logged on to the channel.
#20. In newer videos on his current channel, he’s stated that he forgot the password to the channel, and can’t gain access to it anymore.
#21. On July 24, 2009, JJ officially made his official YouTube channel. At the beginning of his YouTube career, he only uploaded gaming videos to his channel (mainly FIFA and Modern Warfare 2).
#22. On August 15, 2011, he released his first vlog titled KSIOlajidebt Vlog’s | The History of my Name. In the video, he revealed his face for the first time and explained the meaning of “KSI”.
#23. He stated that KSI meant Knowledge, Strength, and Integrity. The video today has over 1 million views.
#24. After that video, JJ continued to upload FIFA, but at the same time, he uploaded more vlogs and sketches. His FIFA videos were also becoming more comedy-oriented, mixing various skits into the videos.
#25. Apart from being a YouTuber, JJ is also a rapper, actor, and boxer.
#26. JJ has done 6 music projects, which include four EPs (Keep Up, Jump Around, Space and Disstracktions), a collaboration album with Randolph titled New Age and Dissimulation, which became his first solo album.
#27. JJ’s song ‘Touch Down’ was used in Dwayne Johnson & Zac Efron’s movie “Baywatch”.
#28. JJ was the lead in the movie “Laid in America” which was released in 2016 and he has also done a documentary called ‘Can’t Lose’ which was released in 2018.
#29. KSI has also written three books: KSI: I Am a Bellend, How to Be a Youtube Kingpin and Dominate the Internet, and The Sidemen Book.
#31. JJ won the fight against Joe Weller but KSI vs Logan Paul 1 was a majority draw.
#32. JJ won the rematch against Logan via split decision.
#33. On 4 November 2019, it was announced that KSI had signed with RBC Records, under BMG Rights Management, in order to “take his music to the next level” and “further develop his music career in the US and internationally”.
#34. On the same day, it was confirmed that KSI had started working on his debut album. On 5 April 2020, KSI confirmed that the recording for the album had been completed.
#35. On May 22, 2020, JJ’s released his debut studio album Dissimulation, which charted number 2 on the Official UK Albums Chart and number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart.
#36. On his JJ Olatunji channel, it has 14.1 million subscribers.
#37. His KSI channel has 23.5 million subscribers.
#38. He also has another YouTube channel called KSIClips with 586K subscribers.
#39. The KSI Army was the general name for the fans of JJ – especially towards the beginning of his YouTube career.
#40. This name was popular during JJ’s first peak in popularity from 2009 to 2011 but has significantly decreased in usage in recent years.
#41. His newer fans haven’t heard of the term. He posts Reddit videos on his second channel where he gets bullied by his fans and says he gets bullied by 1 million people on a daily basis.
#42. JJ helped form a group called the Sidemen alongside some of his closest friends.
#43. The group consists of 7 famous UK YouTubers by the names of KSI, W2S, Miniminter, Vikkstar123, Behzinga, Zerkaa, and TBJZL. They are all good friends who regularly make videos together and have created a commercial brand from their name.
#44. The Sidemen, as a group uploads on two channels – Sidemen and MoreSidemen.
#45. Since 2018, they have uploaded a video every Sunday on the Sidemen channel under the banner of “Sidemen Sunday”. They also post content 3 times a week on the MoreSidemen channel.
#46. The group has also done a YouTube Original series consisting of 7 episodes that were uploaded on the Sidemen channel on June 19, 2018. Episode one is free to watch whereas the other 6 episodes are paid.
#47. Sidemen have also hosted their own events which include three Charity Football Matches, two Upload Events, and two boxing matches, all of which were massively successful.
KSI/JJ Albums and EPs (Discography)
#48. Keep Up is the debut extended play (EP) by KSI. It was released on 8 January 2016 through Island Records. The EP features guest appearances from JME, Tiggs da Author, Lunar C, Nick Brewer, Randolph, Youngs Teflon, Sway, and Scrufizzer. The EP charted at number 13 on the UK Albums Chart.
#49. The EP spent a total of five weeks on the UK R&B Albums Chart, debuting at number 1. The EP also charted at number 19 on the Billboard US R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart, number 14 on the Billboard US Rap Albums Chart, number 63 on the Billboard Canadian Albums Chart, and number 23 on the RMNZ New Zealand Albums Chart.
#50. Space EP: On June 23, 2017, JJ posted a new video, entitled “It’s been a while …”, implying that his return to YouTube is imminent. Alongside posting that video, he also tweeted out about an upcoming EP, called Space. It was released on June 30, 2017.
#51. Four days later (June 27, 2017), JJ posted another video, his music video for the song Creature. It’s the only song that has been released from the Space EP so far. It was previewed in the “It’s been a while.” video, as the song appears to be heard in the background of the video.
#52. The description of the video states “for Alfie”. Alfie is a fan of JJ and Deji who is living with bone cancer. JJ and his brother visited Alfie prior to the release of the song (and gave him a shirt). It is thought that the video is dedicated to him.
#53. New Age: On April 12, 2019, JJ released an album with his friend Randolph called New Age. The album received positive reactions and charted no.13 on Official UK Albums Charts, no.1 on UK iTunes, and no.1 on the Official UK R&B charts. One of the songs from the album – “Pull Up” made it to Spotify’s official “Hot Hits UK” playlist (the biggest UK playlist on Spotify) and debuted #94 on Uk’s Official UK Singles Charts
#54. To promote the album, JJ and Randolph went on tour in May-July across UK and Europe. They played most of the songs from the New Age Album, but also played a lot of other songs from JJ’s other albums like Space, and Disstracktions too.
#55. Dissimulation: On November 4, 2019, it was announced that JJ had signed with RBC Records, under BMG Rights Management, in order to “take his music to the next level” and “further develop his music career in the US and internationally”. On the same day, it was confirmed that JJ had started working on his debut album. On April 5, 2020, JJ confirmed that the recording for the album had been completed.
#56. JJ released his debut studio album Dissimulation. It was released on May 22, 2020, through RBC Records, under BMG Rights Management, and a deluxe edition of the album was released three days later on May 25, 2020. Before its release, JJ says that he will go bald if Dissimulation gets number 1 on the “official charts”. The album debut number 2 on the Official UK Albums chart and number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart.
#57. The album features guest appearances from Offset, Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, Swarmz, Tion Wayne, Jeremih, Trippie Redd, Aiyana-Lee, Rick Ross, Lil Baby Official 4PF, S-X, AJ Tracey, Rich The Kid, Randolph, and Crypt.
#59. KSI vs Joe Weller: On February 3, 2018, JJ competed in his first boxing match against fellow YouTuber Joe Weller at Copper Box Arena in Hackney Wick, London, winning the fight 1 minute and 30 seconds into the third round by a TKO.
#60. JJ had the upper hand throughout the fight but Joe stood his ground, until the third round in which JJ was officially declared the winner by the referee.
#61. At the end of the fight, different Sidemen members entered the ring, congratulating JJ when it was determined he had won the fight. JJ showed respect to Weller after the fight and praised him for his commitment to raising awareness of mental health issues.
#62. The fight was a massive success, drawing 1.6 million live viewers, 21 million views within a day, and over 25 million over the next several days, becoming the biggest white-collar boxing event of all time.
#63. JJ then proceeded to call out Logan Paul and Jake Paul. Jake instead chose to fight JJ’s brother, Deji. However, Logan Paul accepted JJ’s challenge and the fight was confirmed to take place on August 25, 2018, at the Manchester Arena.
#64. KSI vs Logan Paul: On the weekend of February 24, 2018, it was announced that the Paul brothers would be fighting the Olatunji brothers (JJ and his younger brother Deji) in a boxing match, with the matches divided between relative ages (the elder brother KSI vs. Logan Paul in one match and the younger brother Deji Olatunji vs. Jake Paul in another match). Jake Paul was the fan favorite to go against JJ, but Logan stepped in to go against JJ, which left Deji to go against Jake Paul.
#65. The boxing matches took place on August 25, 2018, at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, United Kingdom.
#66. Unlike the KSI vs. Joe Weller boxing match, this event was a pay-per-view ($8 [US]; £6 [UK]) to watch online on YouTube.
#67. One judge scored the fight in favor of JJ and two judges scored a draw, resulting in a majority draw.
#68. The fight sold out the Manchester Arena and did 1.3 million PPV buys and was labeled as “the biggest event in YouTube history” and “the largest ever amateur boxing fight”. Taking the sum of all the videos on the KSIvsLogan channel, the event so far has got 107M views.
#69. KSI vs Logan Paul II: The KSI vs Logan Paul rematch took place on November 9, 2019, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
#70. The fight was promoted by Eddie Hearn the cash boy of Matchroom Boxing and it was aired on DAZN in the United States, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Span, and Brazil, Sky Sports in the United Kingdom & Ireland, and Fite TV in the rest of the world.
#71. The bout was scheduled for six three-minute rounds in the cruiserweight division, with both fighters making their professional boxing debuts.
#72. As a professional event, only fighters with professional boxing licenses, and no other YouTubers, were allowed to participate; this decision was met with contention from some in the YouTube community who were hoping to see others participate in what was originally a ‘YouTube’ event.
#73. Logan’s main coach for this fight was two-time heavyweight champion, Shannon Briggs while JJ trained under up-and-coming professional boxer and UK’s top prospect Vidal Riley and Jeff Mayweather, uncle of Floyd Mayweather Jr.
#74. The fight was attended by various celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, and Lil Baby.
#75. JJ won the fight via split decision and rejected the offer for the third fight thereby ending the rivalry and leaving victorious.
#76. Eurogamer incident: JJ was banned for life from the Eurogamer Expo (known today as EGX) in 2012 due to allegedly verbally harassing attendees for one of his “awkward in public” videos, a series where he purposely used to be awkward while interacting with the public to get a reaction out of them.
#77. After the incident, Microsoft cut all ties. JJ subsequently apologized “for any offense the video of 15 months ago may have caused in the short time it was on his YouTube channel, references to it since and subsequently used by other people” and stated his desire to move on from the incident and be “be judged on the great content and value he gives to brands and partners, without controversy.
#78. 2015 Twitter Hack: Much like Miniminter, the hackers used JJ’s Twitter account as a vessel for some very offensive remarks. They then found his photo album. On the afternoon of 19 April 2015, an image of KSI in his penthouse was deliberately leaked onto the Internet. The image showed him sat on a sofa alongside two naked women who were allegedly strippers. This image was immediately removed (for obvious reasons) following JJ’s re-gaining access to his Twitter account.
#79. KSI, like Simon, subsequently posted an image of himself online, assuring his followers that he had finally regained control of his account. He made the decision to remove any evidence of this hacking.
#80. Channel blackout: In 2017, JJ blacked out all of his social media accounts, including his YouTube channel. He deleted most of the channel’s videos, going from over 1,100 videos to only a bit over 100. He also had 3 billion views, but since dropped to 1 billion due to privatizing over a thousand of his videos. JJ for around four months hadn’t uploaded a single video, which decreased his channel growth until his return.
#81. He expressed that the reason he did that was that he wanted a break from YouTube and wanted to do other things in life and be a better human being. In an interview with Keemstar, he said he felt the best he ever had in his life due to his decision and he could’ve deleted more videos that he thought didn’t fit, but couldn’t due to various reasons.
#82. In June 2017, four months after his last video was uploaded, he uploaded a video stating that he would be returning to making videos. A week later, he uploaded a music video for a song called “Creature”.
#83. On July 23, he talked to his YouTube audience for the first time where he said that he left YouTube because he wasn’t enjoying it anymore and he wanted to start making content he enjoyed rather than content that is trending or what people want him to do as he did when he started YouTube.
#84. He explained that he did not like where YouTube was going, mainly shown by longer videos for high revenues, and was glad for the people who understood where he is coming from and said he would return again soon.
#85. The video received a lot of likes and views in a short amount of time and the channel’s subscriber and view growth skyrocketed once again following the announcement.
#86. A few months after his return, he retrieved all of his deleted videos and received all of his views back, now nearing 4 billion views. This has caused some people to believe he left YouTube, along with The Ultimate Sidemen for a short time, to take a vacation, promote his new songs, and get his channel more attention.
#87. On August 3, 2017, JJ tweeted out that he was planning to leave the Sidemen. He followed this up with a YouTube video citing Behzinga as his main reason for leaving. After having the blame put on him, Behzinga decided to release a diss track against JJ named “Drama”. The song was uploaded on August 7. On August 8, W2S released his own track against JJ named “KSI Sucks”.
#88. On August 12, JJ released (with RiceGum) his own diss track against Behzinga called “Earthquake”. On August 13, JJ released his second diss track on W2S named “Little Boy “. The drama quickly escalated until Behzinga released – on August 18 – his second diss track on JJ; responding to “Earthquake”, Which KSI removed this year.
#89. A few days later, W2S released his own second diss track called “KSI Exposed”. JJ released another diss named “Two Birds One Stone “, targeting both W2S and Joe Weller. It was the last diss track JJ made against members of the Sidemen.
Beef with NetNobody
#90. On August 20, NetNobody released his own diss track against JJ named “‘Diss Track ED”. Eventually, JJ got in contact with NetNobody’s ex-girlfriend who had used NetNobody and treated him horribly, making a collabo.
#91. KSI and Seana Cuthbert: KSI had a well-publicized relationship with Seana Cuthbert, and the two made several videos together in the early years of his channel. They split in mid-2014 after being together for around two years. He revealed the news in a video entitled “Googling Myself” released on 4 September 2014. KSI remained adamant that they were still “close friends” and that she’s one of the “coolest” girls he had ever met. The rest of the Sidemen often joke about his breakup with Seana in their videos by also saying that they are getting back together.
#93. KSI and Lois: KSI had a notable ex-girlfriend in 2017. During their relationship, JJ tried his best not to expose her to the public, due to personal reasons and fears that she would be harassed.
#94. On 31 July 2017, KSI had an interview with Caspar Lee about his career and revealed that he has a new girlfriend. He said that no one can find who she is and that he doesn’t follow her on any social media.
#95. On 1 August 2017, DramaAlert released a photograph of KSI and his girlfriend, holding hands. They had their backs to the camera. On 2 August 2017, Deji created a video named REVEALING KSI’S NEW GIRLFRIEND. In the video, Deji claims that she is an American musician – and Instagram-famous persona – Jean Watts. This was obviously false.
#97. In the video, the two are seen in Mauritius and KSI actually revealed her face for the first time. He revealed her name to be Lois. However, they broke up about a month later.
Television and Media
#98. In his YouTube career, KSI has faced controversy of matters such as sexual harassment, when he “motor-boated” Brandy Brewer at Eurogamer, and his “rape face” which he has addressed and regrets doing. Due to these matters, he faced quite a lot of backlash and was ousted from certain events.
#99. After becoming a particularly iconic figure in the British media industry, KSI has been invited to appear on numerous television shows, most recently on the reality series Gogglebox, and the fourth season of The Great Stand Up to Cancer Bake Off.
#100. In addition to television appearances, KSI previously broke through into the “comedic” interviewing of movie stars, including Matt Damon and Ryan Reynolds. He hosted a series broadcast on his YouTube channel in 2016 titled Pass the Pad, in which he played computer games with celebrities including Tinie Tempah, Jamie Oliver, and Rio Ferdinand.
#101. A film titled Laid in America was premiered on 26 September 2016, which starred KSI and fellow YouTube personality Caspar Lee. The film is about two foreign exchange students in America who, on their last day in the country, go on a bizarre quest to lose their virginity. However, with over half a million people downloading the movie illegally it is unlikely there will ever be a sequel.
#102. JJ has over 37.6 million subscribers across his two channels – KSI (23.5M) and JJ Olatunji (14.1M).
#103. In 2019, JJ was ranked the second richest YouTuber in the United Kingdom, after PewDiePie, with an estimated net worth of £16 million ($21 million).
#104. After becoming a particularly iconic figure in the British media industry, JJ has been invited to appear on numerous television shows, most recently on the comedy series ‘Backchat’, hosted by comedian Jack Whitehall. This special was broadcast on BBC Two on Boxing Day 2015.
#105. Despite having back & forths with PewDiePie in the past, both JJ and PewDiePie have admitted in their videos that they respect each other. PewDiePie even said that he would love to have a beer with JJ if he meets him in person.
#106. KSI’s singles – Down Like That, Wake Up Call, and Poppin has received over 300 million streams globally.
#107. KSI’s main channel is the seventh most subscribed UK YouTuber channel.
#108. JJ lost his virginity at the age of 19.
#109. “KSI” stands for “Knowledge Strength Integrity”. He got these words tattooed on his body in 2017.
#110. He has a yellow belt in karate.
#111. He once lost over 2 billion views by privatizing 1,000+ of his videos when he took a break from YouTube in 2017.
#112. He was the first British YouTuber to receive YouTube’s Diamond Play Button. He was also the first person of color to receive the award.
#113. He bought a Lamborghini Aventador in 2014 and also owned a Porsche Cayenne (which was allegedly more of a “practical car”).
#114. In his “Googling Myself” video, KSI revealed that he is agnostic (neither believing in nor disproving the existence of a god).
#115. KSI’s parents are Nigerian, but he considers himself to be British, as he has lived in the UK for his whole life.
#116. KSI took a hiatus in February 2017 when he stopped uploading videos for 5 months. He took a break again later in that same year to train for his fight against Joe Weller.
#117. KSI is a supporter of Arsenal F.C.
#118. JJ was the online face of Sport Relief in 2014.
#119. For some unknown reason, KSI hates Christmas.
#120. Like his brother, he has a peanut allergy.
#121. KSI renamed his second channel from ‘KSIOlajidebtHD V2’ to ‘JJ Olatunji’ so that he could get his real name on the 10 million subscribers Diamond Play Button.
#123. KSI was about 11 years old when he created his first YouTube channel. He used to upload content of the Family Guy TV Show but received a copyright strike, after which he began uploading his first original gaming content of an old game called “June 2000” or “June 3000”.
#124. Despite having around 10-20 views at the time, he perceived the videos as doing well and was surprised that people checked out that kind of content. Later, he gave his brother Deji the channel, although it is unknown if the channel was ComedyShortsGamer or AngelzKid at the time. KSI then created a new channel called KSIOlajidebtHD, which is known today as JJ Olatunji.
#125. As of now, he has a record for the most character portrayals to date.
#126. JJ was a shy person growing up.
#128. JJ is the most subscribed YouTuber of color.
#129. Since 2014, JJ had been the most subscribed British YouTuber, although DanTDM surpassed him briefly from January to February in 2018.
#130. The subscriber growth of JJ’s main channel has since slowed down due to JJ not uploading on that channel but instead uploading on his second channel more often.
#131. JJ’s parents are Nigerian, but he considers himself to be British, as he has lived in England his whole life.
#132. JJ took a hiatus in February 2017, when he stopped uploading videos for 5 months.
#133. JJ took a break again later that same year to train for his fight against Joe Weller.
#134. JJ once lost over 2 billion views by privatizing 1,000+ of his videos and took a break from YouTube.
#135. After his return, he made all his videos public again and gained all of his 2 billion views back.
#136. Although he grew up in a Christian family, JJ revealed that he is agnostic (believing that there is no proof or disproof of God’s existence) in his “Googling Myself” video.
#137. JJ is a fan of Japanese anime, especially Dragon Ball Z and One Punch Man.
#138. He met Cristiano Ronaldo and asked him why his free kicks were so consistent.
#139. When a fellow YouTuber by the name of JackSucksAtLife purchased a diamond play button via a fluke in the system, he used KSI’s name as opposed to his own name.
#140. JJ has a yellow belt in Karate.
#141. JJ has Trypophobia, which is a fear of holes. One instance is in the video OMG THIS GAME FREAKS ME OUT!! | FeedTheHead, where he freaks out after holes appear on ahead, but did not know why. Another instance is exaggerated but appears in the video If you can’t beat them…, where he freaks out when he sees a picture of swiss cheese on the r/ksi subreddit. He sometimes jokes about it.
How much does KSI make on YouTube in a day, a week, a month, a year? (YouTube Earnings).
#142. KSI makes a daily income of $158 – $2.5k on his main channel and $303 – $4.9K on his JJ Olatunji channel, according to Social Blade
#143. JJ earns an estimated salary of $1.1K – $17.6K in a week on his KSI channel, and $2.1K – $34K on his JJ Olatunji channel.
#144. KSI makes an income of $4.7K – $75.6K on his KSI YouTube channel and $9.1k – $145.7K on his JJ Olatunji channel.
#145. KSI makes estimated earnings of $56.7K – $907.5K on his KSI channel and $209.2K – $1.7M on his JJ Olatunji channel.
What is KSI’s net worth?
#146. KSI is one of the richest YouTubers in the world having an estimated net worth of $25 million, in 2021 according to Celebrity Net Worth. In 2020, The Times magazine stated that KSI earns an estimated £12 million per year.
#147. KSI makes money from YouTube ads, sponsorships, partnerships, and the selling of merchandise. He has a combined total of over 37 million subscribers across its two YouTube channels.
KSI Social Media Accounts
#148. Facebook: KSIOlajidebt
#149. Instagram: @ksi