FAMOUS TikToker JinnKid, whose real name is Ali Abulanban, has made quite the name for himself on the social media platform thanks to his impressions of Scarface, John Wick, the Godfather and more.
With over 12.1million likes and almost 1million followers, fans want to know how much the star is making.
What is JinnKid's net worth?
As of 2021, it remains unclear how much Abulanban, 29, is worth but it is reported that his net worth is anywhere from $1million to $5million.
This comes from Abulanban's career on TikTok and from being a film producer.
Throughout the course of his career, he has worked on two projects including Montana: A Scarface Story Film and Montana: A Scarface Story II.
How long has JinnKid been posting on TikTok?
Abulaban first joined the social media platform on July 28, 2019, and has since gained over 946,000 followers.
"Comedy Skits & Impressions. ☝🏼 DM me! Tony Montana, 6ix9ine, Skyrim, & more," his bio reads.
Since joining the platform, he has posted 149 videos with some reaching over 2.8million views.
Outside of TikTok, Abulaban can be seen posting comedy videos on YouTube, where he has over 171,000 subscribers.
How can you make money on TikTok?
When it comes to TikTok, users make money depending on how many followers they have and how willing they are to work brands.
For those 18 years or older, they must have at least 10,000 followers and have had at least 100,000 views on their videos.
Creators can make money from views but also from brand promotions.
Some users even make money on the app by using it to promote their small businesses.
On average, top creators reportedly earn "between two and four cents per 1,000 views".
Addison Rae, one of TikTok's biggest stars, can earn an estimated $50,821 – $84,701 per post, according to the Influencer Marketing Hub tool, which calculates how much a TikToker makes per post based on their profile.
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