Jake Paul DRAMA Made KEEMSTAR OVER 160k on YouTube

Talking about Jake Paul is where the fat stacks are, baby!
By Alex Firer
  • Source: www.youtube.com / Via: www.youtube.com

  • Drama YouTuber KEEMSTAR has revealed how much he made after covering stories about fellow YouTuber Jake Paul — and folks, it’s quite a bit. I mean, Let’s be real here, Jake Paul has taken over YouTube in the past 6 or 7 months. In just the last 30 days he’s gotten 1.3 million subscribers, 458 million views, and socialblade estimates he made between 114,000 and 1.8 million dollars.

    Now that’s quite a huge margin, but his earnings most likely fall in the average of those figures, which is insanity. Even a song released by Jake and his brother Logan has a lyric about Jake’s rise and other YouTubers using it to their advantage.

    Which is where KEEMSTAR comes in.

    KEEMSTAR is the creator of a show called Drama Alert on YouTube where he talks about drama in the online entertainment world, and he took to twitter early this week tweeting—

  • Source: twitter.com / Via: twitter.com

  • Now the report that automatically comes up with how much you made is your past 28 days, but you CAN specify it to a video and it’s unclear what KEEMSTAR was screen grabbing in that case. But in the past 28 days he’s had Jake Paul in his title 24 times. Of the 4 videos without Jake Paul in the title, 3 of them are still about Team 10 or members of Team 10.

    If you don’t know, Team 10 is Jake Paul’s…… company? friends? house? Idk but it’s a bunch of Jake’s pals who also are involved with the drama Jake gets into.

    -At least KEEM is giving Jake credit where it’s due I guess! So at this point it seems like Jake is truly the talk of YouTube, and if done right someone could make quite a lot of money from just talking about his antics. Which is probably what he wants. And hey, in this entry is another video about him. We’re doin’ it too, y’all.

    So do you think KEEMSTAR is doin youtube right? Or should he stop talking about Jake Paul altogether? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.