Jenna Marbles Net Worth 2020: On June 25, the popular American YouTuber Jenna Marbles decided to quit the video-sharing platform after she was accused of posting racist videos in the past. The vlogger made a big fortune on YouTube and it’s no surprise looking at her immense fan following.
She began her YouTube journey in 2010 as a writer and a realistic-comedian, she posted content on life hacks and dubious advice. Jenna Nicole Mourey, 33, owns two YouTube Channels – Jenna Marbles (Solo) & Jenna & Julian (with her boyfriend). She releases weekly-podcasts on the later.
The two channels combined together have earned a massive amount of money that your eyes will pop out. Check Jenna Marbles Net Worth.
Jenna Marbles Net Worth 2020 – How Much Money Does She Make?
Jenna Marbles Net Worth as of June 2020, at the time of quitting YouTube, is $8 Million approximately.
It all became possible with a fan base of 20.2+ Million subscribers and over 3.3 Billion views on 250 Videos in total.
Mourey is one of the few YouTubers who have received the honor of a Wax Figure at the Madame Tussauds Museum in New York City.
Jenna Marbles Net Worth: How Did She Make Money?
Two of her initial videos titled “How to Trick People Into Thinking You’re Good Looking” & “How to Avoid Talking to People You Don’t Want to Talk To” garnered millions of views within few days of their release. She earned money through advertisements.
Apart from the ads revenue, Jenna also huge money from brand collaborations and sponsored gigs, like selling merchandise of different companies and appearing on talks shows.
Jenna Marbles Film & TV Career
She starred in various mainstream movies which helped her gain fame and boosted her authority as well as Jenna Marbles Net Worth 2020. Jenna executively produced a movie Maximum Ride.
Marbles starred in Battles of History, Ridiculousness, and Smoosh: The Movie which skyrocketed her earnings & fame. Apart from movies, she also did Television gigs such as hosting “YouTUbe 15” on SiriusXM Hits 1.
Why Did Jenna Marbles Quit YouTube? Reasons
In her latest appearance, Jenna mentioned several instances that promoted racial stereotypes in her videos, for example once she wore a wig and used a blackface while portraying Nicki Minaj.
The YouTuber expressed her disgust and said she is “moving on from channel” and was not proud of the comic representations she used in the early days.
“I want to make sure the things that I put into the world are not hurting anyone,” Jenna said in her last YouTube video.
The fans are extremely sad with the untimely leave of Jenna Marbles from YouTube. Twitter is swarmed with ‘Miss You’ tweets.
I just want to say how much I have and will continue to look up to Jenna Marbles for nothing other than being a caring, genuinely good person who is always trying to do their best (and making it look “cool”). This sounds like a weird eulogy but we need more Jenna’s in the world.
— CHRIS KLEMENS (@ChrisKlemens) June 25, 2020
While I agree in life that actions should generally be held accountable, in the case of Jenna Marbles, she has shown to be a vastly different person than who she was from almost 10 years ago. Cancel culture shouldn’t hold this much power over a such a wholesome influencer. pic.twitter.com/vvI7invhpV
— whats poppin (@viipoer_) June 25, 2020
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