Top African YouTubers, Their Net Worth & Number Of Subscribers
The internet has developed into a thriving market where people can easily interact, buy, sell, and make money. One online resource that has given rise to wealthy and famous people is YouTube. It is one of the largest video-sharing websites in the world. Almost everyone has at least once watched a video on YouTube.
There are many successful YouTube video producers whose viewership and subscriber counts are crucial to their success. In no particular ranking, this article highlights some of these high-earning African YouTubers, their net worth, and subscribers.
Note: This list is not exhaustive; many more talented African YouTubers are out there creating great content.
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CHANNEL: Oum Walid
NET WORTH: $3 Million
SUBSCRIBERS: 11.6 Million
The largest YouTube channel in Africa, Oum Walid, which translates to “Walid’s mother” in Algerian, has over 11.6 million followers. The channel specializes in showing novices and women alike the best varieties of cooking dishes and basic cooking skills.
This channel generates roughly $217,700 in income per month. Although Oum Walid is somewhat conservative, he doesn’t invest much in expensive exotic vehicles. But on the other hand, he also owns a 2018 Acura ILX and a 2019 Dacia Sandero.
CHANNEL: Born2Kill -Moez And Walid Mansouri
NET WORTH: $2.5 Million
SUBSCRIBERS: 9.08 Million
Two brothers named Moez and Walid Mansouri are dedicated Battle Royale gamers who manage the popular Born2Kill YouTube channel. Their uploading numerous exciting videos on various games and computer game accessories using the most recent gaming technologies has allowed them to maintain their 9.08 million members and is still growing.
Born2Kill estimates that they could make $25,000 a month via YouTube. Unfortunately, there is no record of their automobiles, but given their income, they could easily purchase one if desired.
CHANNEL: Mark Angel
NET WORTH: $1.8 Million
SUBSCRIBERS: 8.71 Million
The MarkAngelComedy YouTube channel, which features the amusing and inspirational Emmanuella, is well-known to many Nigerians. Nigerian comedian, screenwriter, and video producer Mark Angel’s YouTube account has over 8.71 million members, and his videos and skits have more than 600 million views. He might well make close to $326,800 every month from the channel.
Mark Angel Cars: Despite his affluence, Mark Angel rarely drives opulent cars. Although well-known, Mark Angel has completely kept his personal life private. He doesn’t frequently show off ostentatious vehicles. He recently shared a photo of himself next to a Jeep and a slightly hilarious but grateful caption, ‘Now that God has blessed him, he can walk into where rich men park their cars and snap photos with them.”
CHANNEL: Casper Lee
COUNTRY: South Africa (British-South African)
NET WORTH: $4 Million
SUBSCRIBERS: Over 7.96 Million (2 channels)
British-South African YouTuber Caspar Lee has achieved great success on the platform. He has millions of subscribers on two of his YouTube accounts.
He launched his channel in 2011; the first channel, “Casper,” has over 6.66 million subscribers and over 500 million video views. Almost 2 million people subscribe to his second channel, “MoreCaspar,” which has received over 780 million video views.
He often posts videos on pranks, challenges, and celebrity gossip, which has helped him carve out a niche on YouTube. In addition, he makes money from other means outside YouTube and is a successful businessman.
With a $4 million net worth, many people believe Casper Lee to be the wealthiest YouTuber in Africa. As a reward for his hard work, Caspar Lee, a young, rich man, deservedly owns a few nice cars. His garage is home to a Mercedes-Benz S400 4Matic that costs approximately RS 413 360 and an Audi RS Q8 over RS 300,000.
CHANNEL: Shadi Srour
NET WORTH: $2.25 Million
SUBSCRIBERS: 6.75 Million
With more than 6.75 million subscribers, Shadi Srour is an Egyptian video creator and Artist on YouTube. He is among the top African American YouTubers, with over 8 million views from Middle Eastern followers and 1 billion views of his videos and short films.
Shady Srour frequently goes to events and celebrity appearances. He’s been seen driving a 2018 Chevy Trailblazer and a Mitsubishi Pajero. Each automobile is roughly $250,000.
CHANNEL: Jackie Aina
NET WORTH: $1.25 Million
SUBSCRIBERS: 3.58 Million
Jackie Aina has amassed over 3.58 million members and 374+ million views, making her a highly desirable company advertiser. Her specialty is providing millions of viewers with advice on how to look good, including the newest makeup products and how to use them.
She began in 2009 with her YouTube channel Jackie Aina, and since then, she has earned no less than N3 million.
Jackie Aina is now well-known for her work in the beauty and makeup industry and has profited from it. According to rumors, she gave her mother a BMW x7 for her birthday. In addition, Jackie Aina owns a 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser and a Lexus vehicle.
CHANNEL: Patricia Bright
NET WORTH: $1.25 Million
SUBSCRIBERS: 2.82 Million
The list includes an additional Nigerian, as It seems like many Nigerians are becoming very successful by sharing videos on YouTube. For example, the Nigerian YouTuber Patricia Bright, born in England, has over 2.88 million followers and regularly shares beauty and makeup advice.
The popular makeup and beauty Vlogger is thought to be worth $1.2 million, and her automobile collection includes a Toyota RAV4 and a BMW x7.
CHANNEL: Samuel Asubiojo
NET WORTH: $2 Million
SUBSCRIBERS: 2.85 Million
Doctor and comedian Samuel Asubiojo is the originator of the SamSpedy YouTube channel. On his YouTube channel SamSpedy, he posts amusing short skits. In his performances, he goes by the names Mama Ojo or Ojo. He earns between 50,000 and 80,000 dollars monthly and has over 2.83 million subscribers and 619 million views.
According to reports, he is worth around $2 million. Asubiojo loves high-quality automobiles. He drives a Mercedes Benz G-Wagon, a Hyundai Elantra, and a 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser.
CHANNEL: Anne Kasiime
NET WORTH: $500k
SUBSCRIBERS: 1.45 Million
Due to her consistent sharing of humorous films, music, and inspirational video content on her YouTube channel, Anne Kansiime has become well-known throughout Uganda and beyond. She is a Ugandan actress, comedian, and performer who is reportedly called Africa’s “Queen of Comedy.”
She has 253 million views overall, 1.16 million subscribers, and makes between $30,000 and $40,000 monthly. It is estimated that she is worth more than $500,000. However, given that her cars are not listed in the public record or shared with the media, Anne Kansiime seems to be a conservative woman.
CHANNEL: Wode Maya
NET WORTH: $500k
SUBSCRIBERS: 1.27 Million
Kobina Ackon, also known as Wode Maya, is a freelance Ghanaian YouTuber and Vlogger. Wode Maya graduated from Shenyang Aerospace University in China with a degree in aeronautical engineering.
Throughout the years, he has been able to carve out a niche for himself in the field of social media content creation, and in only a few years, his channel has gained over a million subscribers. While pursuing an undergraduate aeronautical engineering degree in China, Wode Maya started vlogging.
After earning his degree, he transitioned toward comedy. Initially, he posted videos depicting what it was like for Black guys to live in China. He has over a million followers, 128,093,450 people have seen his videos, and he earns between $20,000 and $26,000 monthly.
He is the highest-paid YouTuber in Ghana. However, in devoting himself to shows, events, and parties, he has not deprived himself of enjoying an excellent personal ride. Given his financial standing, he owns a Mercedes Benz C-Class that costs GHC 300,000.
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