9-year-old boy Ryan Kaji is this year's highest paid YouTuber, who has earned more than $ 30 million ie 2 billion rupees. The child also reviews toys and games on his YouTube channel. With this, he has become the highest paid YouTuber in the year 2020.
The 9 year old boy is the highest-paid YouTuber of 2020
Creates videos to unbox toys and review
This kid named Ryan Kazi earned billions of rupees
YouTuber (highest-paid YouTuber), which earned the most money in the year 2020 due to corona epidemic, has made so much money that you will be surprised to know. But there is one more amazing thing than his earnings, that is his age. Actually, 9-year-old boy Ryan Kaji is this year's highest paid YouTuber, who has earned more than $ 30 million i.e. 2 billion rupees.
You have earned so much money through toys
Ryan has made so much money by making videos of toys being removed from the box. The child also reviews toys and games on his YouTube channel. With this, he has become the highest paid YouTuber in the year 2020.
Ryan Kazi lives in Texas in the US and puts videos on his YouTube channel called 'Ryan's World'. Apart from earning money from YouTube, he has also earned $ 200 million from clothing branding. He also has deals with Marks and Spencer pajamas. Not only this, the child has also signed a multimillion deal with Nickelodeon.
Considered a 'child influencer' on the Internet, Qazi made the first YouTube video in March 2015, when he saw other children of his age unboxing toys and creating review videos on this platform. According to The Guardian, upon seeing this, he gave the first response that 'How do all the other children come when I don't come to YouTube?'
Family had to change surname due to fame
Ryan's fast-growing fame has changed many things about his family. Even his family has to change his surname. He has retained his original surname Guan by removing it. Also they now run 9 YouTube channels.
However, the most popular channel is 'Ryan's World', which has 41.7 million subscribers and 12.2 billion views. A video by Qazi, 'Huge Eggs Surprise Toys Challenge' has been viewed more than 2 billion times.
However, the US Federal Trade Commission is investigating the allegations on the family of improperly rejecting spawners in videos.