KSI surprises Logan Paul with how much money he's made this month on Twitter
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KSI has revealed how much money he's made this month on Twitter (now known as X) and it's truly shocking.
The highly successful YouTuber - whose birth name is Olajide Olayinka Williams 'JJ' Olatunji - is clearly not short of a few quid, having a reported net worth of around £20 million.
That being said, what he earns on Twitter (X) is not what you would expect.
This comes after Haaland became the third PRIME athlete to join the energy drink brand, along with UFC stars Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski joining the movement.
Before welcoming the PL leading goalscorer, the business partners discussed their upcoming PRIME card, the ongoing beef with Dillon Danis, and making money from Twitter (X).
"I get pretty good impressions, in the hundreds of millions," KSI - who has nine million followers - said, before revealing the shockingly low amount he receives from the platform.
"How much I’ve got for August, the whole of August, $1590," he claims.
Paul pointed out how little that amount of money is compared to what they earn on YouTube, their main source of income.
KSI reveals how much he made from Twitter💰 pic.twitter.com/Erqeo5pPzO— KSI NEWS (@ksinews_) August 30, 2023
“Oh my god, yeah, I’m laughing on YouTube whereas on Twitter I’m like ‘alright, cool, yeah',” KSI said.
Later on in the podcast, Haaland was asked about KSI's next bout against Tommy Fury, which is taking place in Manchester on October 14.
Paul told him to forget about the fact that KSI was sat next to him in an Arsenal shirt and quizzed him on who he thinks will win.
Haaland paused for a few moments, before awkwardly replying: “The other guy.”
That prompted KSI's famous laugh and reply: "Haaland I hope you score no more goals!".
The striker revealed he had actually saw what went down in the fiery press conference, which ended abruptly when John Fury destroyed the tables on stage after completing losing his cool.
"I saw the press conference, it kicked off a bit there," the city player added.
Fury Sr turned over one table and kicked another to spark a madness on stage at OVO Arena Wembley.
Before the drama, Tommy Fury told the conference: “I said that I’d end this (YouTube boxing) in 12 months.
“I fought Jake Paul in February and I’m fighting this man (KSI) in October, and he will be done and YouTube boxing will be done. I only need one round (to win).”