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Senegalese-Born Tiktoker, Khaby Lame, Reveals He Earns $750,000 per video


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Senegalese-born Italian, Khabane “Khaby” Lame, the world’s most-followed TikTok personality, now earns $750,000 per post on TikTok.

The 22-year-old, who joined TikTok in 2020 during the pandemic, became the video platform’s most popular influencer in June with 142.8 million followers. Khaby’s popularity on TikTok has opened the door to branded offerings, sponsored content, and feature offerings.

When Khaby walked the Milan Fashion Week ramp for Hugo Boss, he earned $450,000 from their partnership, which included postings about the show online.

Now the most followed TikToker, who immigrated to Italy from Senegal with his parents and three brothers in 2001, has revealed how much he earns per clip.

Senegalese-Born Tiktoker, Khaby Lame, Reveals He Earns $750,000 per video

In an interview with Fortune, the 22-year-old revealed that he not only gets likes for his video, but also earns up to $750,000 per clip.

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This year, the content creator is estimated to earn around $10 million. As per the report, a major Hollywood studio paid Kabhy $750,000 for a single music video.

Still in the interview, the 22-year-old revealed that he spent an hour every day with a tutor to work on his English. Furthermore, Khaby also watched American movies and cartoons.


In his previous interview, the video creator expressed his desire to pursue a film career. “I’ve been passionate about entertaining and making people laugh since I was a kid, and I’m grateful to TikTok for giving me a global stage to share my passion with the rest of the world,” Lame said in a statement in August 2021, as he passed 100 million. of followers according to media reports.

In an interview with TMZ earlier this year, Khaby revealed his ultimate goal – to star alongside Hollywood star Will Smith.

TikToker has been looking for his big break in acting and says it was Smith’s The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air that inspired him to become an actor from a young age.


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