America’s biggest YouTuber MrBeast said he “really doesn’t need money” for personal spending.
The YouTuber says he spends most of his money making videos and rarely leaves the studio.
Donaldson has previously stated that he lives in a filming studio in North Carolina.
America’s biggest YouTuber, Jimmy Donaldson, shared his thoughts on money in an interview posted Sept. 27.
Speak with the host, Graham Stephens YouTube Podcast “The Iced Coffee Hour” Donaldson said he reinvests the ad revenue he makes from elaborate videos into creating new content, rather than saving it in his personal bank account.
“I live in a studio over there, so I’m not worried about paying for a mansion. I don’t drive a Lamborghini. I live a really silly lifestyle on purpose because it gives me freedom.” he said.
donaldson said before He lives in a photography studio in his hometown of Greenville, North Carolina.
Donaldson continued, “I like money because it lets me hire more people and grow my business, but I don’t like money because it increases my lifestyle and things like that. I live here and do other things.” I don’t need money for
The YouTuber said he could “withdraw money” from the channel at any time for personal use, for example if he was invited to a $50,000 buy-in poker game.
“I’m going to withdraw 50 grand and play with it, so it’s not like I don’t have access to capital if I need it,” he said.
Donaldson told Stefan that he was driven by “making the best possible video.”
Donaldson is one of them. most popular When highest salary YouTube creator. he in july Reach 100 million subscribers on his main channel We live-streamed his reactions to viewers. He is currently his second most subscribed individual creator on YouTube, behind PewDiePie.
YouTubers have developed a reputation among their fans by handing out large sums of money to their viewers.he gained fame 2018 donation thousand Dollar payments to small Twitch streamers and YouTubers.
These days, they film elaborate contests where fans can participate in videos and have a chance to win big prizes. last year, He recreated the Netflix show “Squid Game” He entered a contest with 456 supporters and donated $500,000 to his fans in June. Contest inspired by “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”.
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