Here’s the reaction of Zeinab Harake to a TikTok video claiming she earns up to 7.2 million pesos a month from YouTube
ZEINAB HARAKE – The famous social media personality reacted to a TikTok video wherein it claimed that she’s earning as much as 7.2 million pesos per month from YouTube.
Zeinab is considered one of the most popular vloggers in the country with over 12 million subscribers on YouTube.
In the past few weeks, she made a buzz on the internet after she opened up about her miscarriage and break up with her ex-boyfriend Skusta Clee.
Skusta whose real name is Daryl Ruiz is a member of the Pinoy rap group, Ex Battalion which is behind the hit song, Hayaan Mo Sila.
A lot has been curious about her life, especially with her career as a vlogger. There were even content creators who tried to dig how much she earn from vlogging.
TikTok content creator Don Soriano recently made a video about the average monthly income of Zeinab on YouTube.
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Soriano cited an article on whatsthenetworth.com stating that her “estimated monthly YouTube revenues of PHP450,000 to PHP7.22 Million.”
Zeinab reacted to the said post by denying Soriano’s claim.
In the comment section, she wrote: “Ay sana totoo yan be pag pray ko tama ang nakalagay sa search haha.”
According to a source of PEP.ph, a YouTube channel with more than 100,000 subscribers and publishes two videos per day can earn as much as 100,000 pesos from ads per month. However, it depends upon the number of views.
On the other hand, YouTubers who have more than 10 million subscribers can earn at least PHP5 million to PHP11 million. But it depends on the number of brand intrusions they have on their videos.
This means it is possible for Zeinab to earn millions thanks to her more than 12 million subscribers on YouTube.
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