YouTube may have launched only 15 years ago, but some of its users have quickly amassed millions of subscribers and turned filming videos into a full-fledged career. From vlogging scenes of everyday life, to leading complex tutorials, to filming gameplays, YouTubers get creative when it comes to sharing their passions and making new and innovative content for eager fans.
For YouTubers with enough viewers, their videos are a lucrative source of income that afford them a spot on the A-list! Unsurprisingly, many YouTube stars have a taste for expensive luxury goods. Scroll down to check out the 10 most lavish purchases made by YouTubers.
10 PewDiePie - $8500 PC Set-Up
Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, otherwise known as PewDiePie, is a Swedish YouTuber megastar. His "Let's Play" gaming videos and comedic vlogs have racked up millions of views and secured his channel 110 million subscribers.
It's no wonder that a YouTuber whose fortune is built around viewers watching his gameplay had dished out some serious cash to create an unrivaled set-up. His PC, combined with other performance enhancing components like a powerful memory card, motherboard, and processor, is valued at $8500.
9 Tech Rax- $10,000 Apple Watch
Tech Rax's innovative channel specializes in subjecting various expensive consumer tech gadgets to (very painful looking) stress tests.
What's more outrageous than spending $10,000 on an Apple Watch? Spending $10,000 to destroy an Apply Watch. In a devastating video, Tech Rax did what their channel does best. They obliterate a gold plated Apple Watch by crushing it between two huge magnets.
8 Logan Paul- 10,000 Personalized Grill
It's no secret that Logan Paul is a big spender. He owns iced-out timepieces, fast cars, and pieces of personalized jewelry galore, but this custom grill is no doubt one of his more unique and lavish purchases.
Completely studded in diamonds, and with "PAUL" spelled out in pink, Logan Paul's $10,000 grill is nothing to sneer at!
7 FaZe Banks- 25,000 Dog
Ricky Banks, known online as FaZe Banks started his YouTube career as the Operating Officer of "FaZe Clan," a highly popular Call of Duty gaming group. Like some other YouTubers on this list, Banks also heads a YouTuber group, The Clout Gang.
While most people might go to their nearest pet store or shelter to find a furry friend, Banks dished out $25,000 for his pooch. Banks and his then-girlfriend Alissa Violet bought this adorable French bulldog called Paris. You can even keep up with Paris, along with her sibling, London on Instagram!
6 David Dobrik - Tesla $81,000
David Dobrik is a Slovak-born 23-year-old vlog star and leader of the YouTube ensemble, The Vlog Squad. One of his most notable pranks is arranging a legitimate marriage between himself and his best friend's mother.
While Dobrik might project less conspicuous consumption than some other YouTube stars on this list, he doesn't hold back when it comes to those he loves. His gift of choice? The Tesla X. Dobrik bought this sweet ride (valued at $81,000) for himself, his now ex-girlfriend, Liza Koshy, and his best friend, Alex Ernest.
5 KSI - $291,270 Lamborghini Aventador
KSI, a 21-year old English gamer, is well known for his FIFA gameplay and commentary, and engaging vlogs. He also faced Logan Paul in a bizarre boxing match last year that, if you were wondering, ended in a tie.
KSI is so enamored with his Lamborghini that he made a whole song dedicated to his ride, entitled "Lamborghini." KSI changes up his car's design by wrapping it in different skins. This expensive car's original color is silver, however, it has been a sleek Satin Back, and recently got a futuristic purple and red makeover.
4 Jeffery Star- $379,200 Hermès Niloticus Crocodile Himalaya Birkin
Jeffery Star, beauty guru, model, and entrepreneur is the richest YouTuber. His net worth is a staggering $50 million. Bolstering this number is Star's cosmetics line, Jeffery Star cosmetics, which did over $100 million in sales last year (and continually receives excellent reviews to boot!)
Jeffery Star is known for his killer make-up game, spilling the latest Hollywood tea, and starting feuds with high power celebs like Kim Kardashian. Recently, Star took viewers inside his amazing closet-- nicknamed "The Pink Vault"-- and showed off his impressive collection of Brikin purses. The most expensive of the bunch was this Hermès Niloticus Crocodile Himalaya Birkin, valued at a staggering $379,200.
3 Logan Paul - $6.55 Million Encino Estate
YouTube fame (and controversy) seems to run in the Paul family! Logan Paul's YouTube stunts have included tazing rats and visiting Japan's infamous "Suicide Forest," the latter of which caused international disgust and outrage.
A few months after Paul's now infamous Suicide Forest video dropped, he bought himself this secluded Encino Estate for $6.55 million dollars. This chalet-inspired home features a lots of outdoor space, a tranquil pool, a luxurious seven bedrooms, and nine bathrooms.
2 Jake Paul - $6.9 Million House
In the span of only a few years, vine star Jake Paul bagged himself a leading role in a Disney series, formed the influencer group Team 10 (who, by the way, have the third most disliked video on YouTube) and ascended to YouTube royalty. Not without his fair share of controversy, Jake Paul has been accused of bullying for former members of Team 10.
Paul upgraded the Team 10 HQ from a $17,000 a month rental in West Hollywood to a sprawling mansion that cost a jaw-dropping $6.9 million. With over 15,000 square feet of living space, and set on 3.5 acres of land, Paul and the rest of Team 10 have ample room for their extensive collection of cars.
1 Boram - $8 Million House
Boram, the adorable South Korean YouTuber whose toy reviews and vlogs are watched by over 30 million subscribers combined might be only 6 years old, but she's already making serious money moves.
In late July, it was announced that Boram Family company, which was set up by the YouTuber's parents, had purchased an $8 million home. The family's new digs is in Gangnam, the exclusive suburb of Seoul that K-Pop Star PSY racked up over a billion views singing about.