Thee Pluto shows off his Sh9 million Youtube check from 2022

The Pluto shared a screenshot of his YouTube earnings after being branded a scammer

Thee Pluto reveals the amount he made from YouTube last year
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YouTube content creator Robert Ndegwa Kamau popularly known as Thee Pluto has just revealed that he made a whopping 9 million shillings from YouTube last year alone.

Pluto shared a screenshot of his YouTube earnings online to help dispel the rumour that he makes his money off scamming people.

The father of two was also responding to a question from a netizen who'd asked him why he'd shifted focus to trading.

"I haven't quit YouTube... YouTube has money, real money!" the father of 2 replied to the post before dishing out receipts to support his claims.


"It's not my wish to share a screenshot of my YouTube earnings today, having it in mind that I'm also a businessman and I do a lot of things," started off a digital content creator.

He went on to touch on the subject of being branded a scammer and the effect it had on him and his businesses.

'Few months I've been branded a scammer by people questioning my wealth. I lost almost all brand endorsements because of a simple lie. I thank God I invested.


A crew of guys out there are ready to brand anything I promote as scam. But guys ata uwe na akili ndogo aje ukipata hizi amounts huwezi invest poa na ubuy tu properties?" Pluto posed the question to people who keep on doubting him and his sources of income.

According to the screenshot he shared on his Instagram stories between March 7th, 2022, and March 8th, 2023, Pluto had bagged over Sh 9.1 million Kenyan shillings from his YouTube account.

He went on to outline his reasons for sharing as he still maintained that he was set to take a social media break.

"I shared this because my time on socials is almost coming to an end. Let's enjoy the few months left. Kamati ya roho chafu I've proven you wrong! That wasn't my intention though. Sometimes before you judge, ask!" the last bit of his first post read.

A month ago he'd revealed that it would take Sh43 million for him to part with his channel which currently boasts over 737K subscribers.

"People who know me know the journey... They know where we have come from and where we are headed. To those talking trash, shame on them!" finished off the father of 2.

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