KSI gives verdict on what he thinks young boy who won £400,000 golden Prime will spend money on on
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A little lad found himself with £400,000 in his hands in the form of solid gold over the weekend.
Special gold replicas of the bottles were created and placed within a bulletproof glass box, with one in London and another over in New York City.
Fans were invited to head to the Gold Stores with 48-hours to crack a six-digit code.
Participants only had one guess each and there could only be one winner across both the UK and the States.
And luckily for us Brits, a young boy in London guessed the correct combination and won the bottle.
Dressed in his Pinewood FC football kit, the crowd burst into cheers as KSI was over the moon for the Brits.
Sidemen Updates on X shared a selfie of the two young lads and the adult with them, smiling with their golden bottle and KSI, whose real name is Olajide Olayinka Williams "JJ" Olatunji.
The YouTube star reposted the snap, giving his verdict on what the little lads will spend the cash on.
He wrote: “The amount of Prime and Vbucks they’re gonna get will be unreal,” with a laughing face.
For those not in the know, V-Bucks are the in-game currency that can be spent in Fortnite Battle Royale and Creative modes.
Fans joked in the replies: “Don’t encourage them,” and: “They’re gonna close down the Fornite shop.”
Others also added: “Happy for them! Life changing money for the boys and the Mom!”
And another put: “Actually buzzing for them. Life changing money.”
But while the Brits celebrated the win, it wasn’t such good news for Paul over in New York.
The London win meant their bottle would be destroyed ‘completely’.
In a creation built by NASA engineer Mark Rober, the golden bottle in America was totally torched and melted before being dropped into a vat of molten lava.
Paul seemed happy for the lads as he watched via live stream but then realised: “They got it? No! That means ours is getting burned!"
And before anyone gets too p**sed about them torching this golden object, gold is still gold. So while the bottle may be ‘destroyed’ the actual gold is technically still intact, just in liquid form rather than in the Prime shape.