5-year-old Russian girl earns N5.6bn a year on YouTube

5-year-old Russian girl earns N5.6bn a year on YouTube

- 5-year-old Anastasia Radzinskaya has emerged third on the list of Youtube's highest earners in 2019

- Radzinskaya who hails from Russia but resides in Florida, USA reportedly made N5.6 billion between 2018 and 2019

- The young girl who boasts of up to 107 million subscribers shares videos of her doing activities and playing with her parents

Youtube is a money-making machine for creative individuals who can make videos and rack up views on the platform. A list of the highest earners was recently released and the three top earners include 8-year-old Ryan Kaji, Dude Perfect and 5-year-old Anastasia Radzinskaya respectively.

Daily Mail reports that in third position and the youngest of all three, Radzinskaya who hails from Russia but lives in Florida, United States made N5.6 billion between 2018 and 2019. With videos posted across six different accounts that collectively boast 107 million subscribers, the young girl shares clips of her playing and doing activities as well as playing with her parents.

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The child first got her start on YouTube after her parents shared videos of her treatments after she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, and they slowly started to gain more and more views.

Her videos now show typical kids stuff, like the child visiting the petting zoo with her father — which has since become her most popular video with more than 767 million views online.

5-year-old Russian girl earns N5.6bn a year on YouTube

Anastasia Radzinskaya, who is from Russia but now lives in Florida, ranked number three in YouTube's earners. Photo: Daily Mail.
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In first place, Kaji, an 8-year-old who reviews toys and performs science experiments also smiled to the bank earning N9.3 billion while in second place, Dude perfect earned N7.2 billion in 2019.

Meanwhile, at age seven, Neijae Graham-Henries found her passion when her brother chose to discontinue the Junior Barber Academy in North Philadelphia in 2018.

The 8-year-old spends her time going to school and giving free haircuts to those in need and at the same time mastering her skills from Philadelphia barbers.

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Describing her technique, Graham-Henries said: ''The whole process is to finish it and do it really good and to, like, style it good.''

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