|Who is it?||TikToker|
|Birth Day||March 09, 2000|
|Age||23 YEARS OLD|
|Net Worth:||$5 Million|
|Place of Birth:||Senegal|
Khaby Lame, the popular TikToker, is projected to have a net worth of $5 million in 2023. Earning fame through his hilarious and relatable content, Lame has managed to captivate millions of viewers with his unique approach to comedy. Born in 2000, he rose to prominence on social media platforms, particularly TikTok, where his skits and reaction videos gained widespread attention. With his growing following, Khaby Lame's net worth is expected to continue to soar as he expands his presence in the digital world.
He also has around 50 million followers on Instagram.
Khabane "Khaby" Lame was born on March 9, 2000 in Senegal. When he was just a baby, the family moved to Italy. They eventually settled in the city of Chivasso where the family lived in a public housing complex.
Before becoming one of the most famous social media personalities in the world, Khaby was a modest factory worker in Chivasso. He was laid off from his job in March 2020 as COVID-19 shut much of the country's manufacturing down.
In his free time he began posting regularly to TikTok. He quickly hit on an incredibly simple magic formula: He posted videos that made fun of overly complicated life hack videos that included his now-trademark exasperated sardonic smirk.
His home-made simple reaction videos made him one of the most famous people on TikTok. As we mentioned earlier, as of this writing he is the second-most followed person on the platform behind Charli D'Amelio.
With his meteoric fame, Khaby has made millions from sponsorships, appearance fees and merchandise.
His Instagram store currently sells a variety of products including candles, a popcorn machine, clothing and a watermelon cutter.
According to a New York Times profile due to a quirk in the Italian legal system, Khaby is not actually an Italian citizen yet despite the fact that he has lived in the country since he was one. Apparently this lack of Italian citizenship has made it difficult to travel at times as Senegalese people can have more difficulty obtaining visas in some countries.
In October 2020 Khaby became engaged to Zaira Nucci.