After starting his YouTube career at the age of 10, this YouTuber has successfully created a separate world for himself on the platform with over 40 million subscribers.
Ajey Nagar, popularly called CarryMinati is a favourite of every person who follows gaming and YouTube. From his funny scripts to diss videos, he has created a niche for himself in the social world. Being one of the most subscribed YouTubers in India, CarryMinati also enjoys a luxurious lifestyle.
Ajey Nagar was born on June 12, 1999 in Faridabad. He attended Delhi Public School up until 2016 and then left to focus on his YouTube career. The fear of not being good enough in academics, made him not sit for his 12th Board exams. He eventually completed his schooling via remote learning. Yash Nagar, CarryMinati’s older brother, is a music producer and composer who has worked with him under the name Wily Frenzy.
At the age of 10, Carry started uploading videos to YouTube, starting with instructional football films on his first YouTube account, STeaLThFeArzZ. Since 2014, his primary YouTube channel has been operational. In 2014, Nagar’s channel was called AddictedA1, and he uploaded video game replays along with his reactions to them.
Ajey Nagar, popularly called Carry Minati
As per various reports, CarryMinati has a net worth of approximately Rs 32 crore, which comes from his YouTube channel and primarly from brand endorsements. A four-hour charity live-stream was hosted by him in support of the 2023 Odisha railway collision victims. All proceeds from the live-stream, approximately Rs 11 lakhs, which included 1.5 lakh in individual contributions, were given to the Chief Minister’s relief funds, as per News18 reports.
In January 2019, Nagar published a diss track titled “Bye PewDiePie” in which he criticised PewDiePie. Since its debut five months earlier, the song had received 61 million views, as of today. He and his older brother Wily Frenzy collaborated on the song “Trigger” which was released that same year. Then came “Zindagi,” “Warrior,” the Diss Track “Yalgaar,” and “Vardaan” in 2020 and 2021, respectively.
Minati was named in the top ten of Time magazine’s annual list of ten young individuals who built creative careers in 2019, the Next Generation Leaders, at position 10 in 2019. He was listed on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia list in April 2020.
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