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Posted by yckim124 AKP STAFF 13 days ago

Mommy Son reveals how much he made from YouTube for his 'Boy Jump' MV

Mommy Son revealed his YouTube earnings. 

On December 4, Mommy Son shared a new video on his official YouTube channel with the title 'Mommy Son YouTube Earning Revealed!'

In the clip, Mommy Son explained that he didn't monetize and run any ads for "Boy Jump" MV for about a month but still managed to make nearly $15,000. 

The "Boy Jump" MV featuring Bae Ki Sung was released back on September 14. The MV has 31.2 million views as of this writing. 

Mommy Son then explained that he decided to reveal his YouTube earnings because he wants to give back the money and fame that he gained with "Boy Jump." He will use the earnings to pay for vacations for some of his lucky subscribers. 

Mommy Son said, "I will send several of the Mommy Son subscribers on a vacation. I will send videos of several countries that I enjoyed visiting and you can choose from there."

The event details will be announced soon. 

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BBVIP2006 13 days ago 4
13 days ago

I am impressed. I didn’t know youtubers make that much. And that is so generous of him to do

good deed.

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Great_Turtle 12 days ago 3
12 days ago

There are YouTubers who make millions of $$$$$$$ a year...there is a 7yr old kid who reviewed Disney toys/products who earned $22 million a YEAR(with 26billion views of his videos) 2018 ...the highest earner in 2017 is Daniel Middleton with $16.5million a year

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NORM 11 days ago 2
11 days ago

yeah but most of those youtubers earn it through ads/sponsorship, not just views

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Rita2020 13 days ago 0
13 days ago

Daebak !!! I need viral video in my life now hahaha

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nayazamna (Banned) 12 days ago 0
12 days ago

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thealigirl8 12 days ago 0
12 days ago

well that's more than expected but i'm sure it doesn't compare to concert profits

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ATA 13 days ago 0
13 days ago

Just a question: isn't it basically illegal to show your earnings from YouTube? A lot of youtubers have pretty much said so.

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MsWanderer 13 days ago 0
13 days ago

Wow. Thanks for sharing that information. Its insightful. Imagine the big guns. And also, Merry Christmas to you for even thinking to do such a deed. Good luck to everyone.

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