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Jesse Sebastiani Net Worth — Complete Detail of His Earnings

Alizeh Published On Wed Mar 04 2020   Modified On Wed Mar 04 2020
Jesse Sebastiani Net Worth — Complete Detail of His Earnings

One half of the prank trio 'Nelk' is Jesse Sebastiani, who publishes videos alongside Kyle Forgeard. Their most viral video became 'Coke Prank on Cops', and the channel has earned more than 4 million subscribers.

Jesse first started making videos at age 12 with a small handheld camera. He had multiple different jobs growing up, including working on a hay farm, a scrapyard, and worked in Calgary on an oil rig.

jesse carrying his back pack sitting on the seas shore

How rich is Jesse Sebastiani?
Source: YouTube

Jesse Sebastiani and Kyle Forgeard in 2014 started creating videos when they met, crossing paths at MTV Canada, they are known as the NELK boys.

Jesse got in the YouTube game at a very young age. Being in the industry for such a long time, he's undoubtedly earned a lot. If you want to know how rich Jesse is, keeping reading.

Jesse Sebastiani's Net Worth & Earnings

Jesse, alongside Kyle, started posting videos from 2014. At present, they have 4.06 million subscribers on Youtube. Their 'Coke Prank on Cops' is the most viral video which has 33 million views.

jesse and kyle taking a selfie

The Nelk boys (Jesse and Kyle)
Source: Naibuzz

According to Celebs Money, Jesse's net worth in 2020 is $1 million, which brings a lot of money to him. According to a content career, the average cost per thousand views on youtube for advertisers is $2.00. This means an advertiser must pay around $2,000 for 1 million viewers.

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The Nelk Boys are also very active on Instagram. With 2.5 million followers, the Youtubers are also very prominent on Instagram. According to Elise Darma, Instagram influencers with 100,000 followers, one can charge brands $2,700 per post. So, with them having 2.5 million followers, they surely make a hefty amount of money. 

jesse and kyle with men holding gun and money on the floor

The Nelk Boys prank video
Source: Everipedia 

According to Zillow, The Nelk Boys are renting this Los Angeles house for $23,000 per month as of February 1, 2020. Therefore, they don't home under their name as owners yet. The house is massive and expands to 8,781 square feet.

The Nelk boys Jesse and Kyle also have their merchandise, which also brings more dollars in their bank account.  

Quitting YouTube after Their Prank Went Wrong and the Arrest

The Nelk Boy's are all about making prank videos. However, they have gotten into trouble for their content creating process. Their videos are controversial, especially by YouTube's current standard, which prefers to promote family-friendly content. 

jesse's mugshot picture wearing a cream shirt

Jesse arrested for one of his videos 
Source: Orange Villa 

Their pranks have landed them in hot water plenty of times, be it with the people they prank or being held by law enforcement to prevent them from making more videos.

Posting a story to the @nelkboys Instagram account late on February 24, Kyle explains what is going on and how YouTube is "being complete f**king morons."

He said: "You guys obviously know, we never care about the money, so we don't give a f**k about monetization and stuff like that, but now they're just age-restricting our last four videos. So you have to be signed in, have an account, and they don't recommend it. But a lot of people don't watch with an account. It destroys the views, so I don't even know if we're going to keep uploading on YouTube."

The other member of Nelk Boys, Kyle also had things to say. Through his social media he expressed, "i dont even know what to do" about the situation as he's "so p**sed off," merely signing off with: "I don't know, maybe no more YouTube."

Watch: The Nelk Boy's Viral video 

The Nelk Boys should tone down their way of making videos as it might severely affect another person, and with the YouTube's new regulations alongside the state laws, they can get into a serious problem. 

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