Forbes TikTok’s top-earning phenomena revealed

TikTok phenomena, the most popular application of recent months

Forbes announced the list of top-earning phenomena of TikTok, the most popular app of recent months. Topping the list was Addison Rae, who earned $ 5 million. TikTok’s most money-making phenomena have been revealed.

The most winning phenomena of the social media platform TikTok, which has not fallen off the agenda with the discussions of closure in recent days, have been announced. Phenomena has made millions of dollars in the past 12 months by selling personal products or creating sponsored videos.

The list did not include actors and musicians who gained fame before joining TikTok, and the pre-tax profits of the phenomena from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020 were listed.

Here are the most winning TikTok phenomena, according to the data announced by Forbes …

Addison Rae ($ 5 million)

Charli D’Amelio ($ 4 million)

@charlidameliomorning!!!♬ Who killlin them in the uk – january 3 2021.

Dixie D’Amelio (Earnings: $ 2.9 million)

Loren Gray ($ 2.4 million)


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Josh Richards ($ 1.5 million)

Michael Le ($ 1.2 million)

@justmaikothis was strangely entertaining ngl😂😂♬ Follow Me – Shamar Midgett

Spencer X ($ 1.2 million)

@spencerxDemon bass activate 🗣😈 New beatbox tutorial up now! Full video on my YouTube! Channel: Spencer X♬ original sound – Spencer X

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