YouTube boxer KSI’s accounts show net worth and impact of fighting and Prime
YouTube boxing and influencer giant KSI saw his assets sky-rocket to £11.9million after a barnstorming 2022.
Last year proved to be quite the success for the British entrepreneur and influencing sensation, whose real name is Olajide Olatunji. His Prime Hydration drink, which he co-founded and co-promotes with fellow YouTube boxing ace Logan Paul, has proven to be a monumental success since its release last year.
The drink, understood to now be valued at a whopping £18m, has been flying off the shelves so fast, many people have even been seen fighting over the last remaining bottles. Considering the fact he has also made a huge splash in music and promotion, social media influencing, and, of course, his YouTube boxing, the lofty levels of his financial rewards should not raise too many eyebrows.
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He will be very happy with the condition of his accounts to date. KSI was able to pay himself a £1million dividend off the back of his work in music and promotion.
Even after a £1.9m tax bill, his business, The Throne Holdings Limited, is believed to be stacked with reserves of more than £5m.
As well as the hefty dividend, KSI was also able to advance himself around £5m from the company, which will be paid back with interest by himself. The mind boggling figures should be little surprise considering what he got up to last year.
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He is still producing plenty of content on the three YouTube channels he has at his disposal. As well as boasting around 41 million subscribers, his videos have also received around 10 billion views over the years.
Five of his songs have reached the top five, while his latest album 'All Over The Place' immediately surged to number one. His recent documentary series on Amazon Prime has also seen him show fans his three storey £10m home, understood to be valued at around £10m.
KSI has also repeatedly expressed his desire to fight Jake Paul at some point in the future. The American is set to finally take on Tommy Fury on Sunday 26 February.
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