Throughout the quarantine period, Tik Tok gained greater attention globally, bringing people together in moments of confinement, as well as allowing them to demonstrate their creativity and enthusiasm. However, there are those who, beyond fun, found a truly paid space in this social network, as it forms the main form of income for some users.
However, a week ago Donald Trump signed an executive order that effectively prohibits enforcement in the United States. This means that users only have the next 42 days to use Tik Tok; Meanwhile, the order prohibits US transactions with the Chinese-origin app, due to concerns about privacy rights. In that sense, companies like Apple and Google will not be able to use the platform.
Tiktokers who have made the most money
According to Forbes, the top seven tiktokers list is led by Addison Rae, who has 55 million followers and is estimated to have earned up to $ 5 million from her posted videos.
Forbes has specified that for this list they only took into account people who became popular through Tiktok, this premise does not include other social networks or applications; It was also specified that the figures were released from interviews with personalities, agents and investors.
The second on the list is Charli D'Amelio who, at just 16 years old, is a member of Hype House and earned an approximate of $ 4 million in a period from June 30, 2019 to the same day of 2020. D'Amelio, In addition to posting dance videos, she partnered with the EOS cosmetics line.
Dixie D’Amelio, Charli's sister is next on the list, who has earned $ 2.9 million. The 18-year-old has 33 million followers on the app; He has also highlighted his foray into music with his first single "Be Happy". She has signed a contract with the Morphe makeup brand in conjunction with her sister.
To this list joins the singer Loren Gray who has earned 2.6 million dollars, Josh Richards, who in addition to having obtained 1.5 million dollars, has made sponsorship agreements with the Reebok and HouseParty brands. They are followed by Michael Le and Spencer X, both with earnings of $ 1.2 million. The latter has endorsement deals with Sony and Oreo.