In interview which was done few days ago, the two disclosed that the channel which has more than 140,000 subscribers was her boyfriend’s brainchild. Mungai Eve boyfriend is one who come up with You Tube idea.
During the time when they were trying to make YouTube channel, Eve was not familiar with the social media ecosystem but was ready to learn how to become a YouTuber. This why she was able to move on far because she was willing to learn what she didn't know.
The first money which got was from the video platform was worth Sh100,000 but took time to access the money due to security protocols.
“The more views you get the more the revenue increases. What I get this month may not be the same amount next month,” she said.
The couple started monetizing their content within a week of creating it.
The check up which was conducted by MGVoice showed that the Mungai Eve channel had achieved close to 18 million views since January 2020. This was about one year after the channel was started.
Her channel focuses on projecting unscripted real-life experiences of youths from informal settlements.
Her many break through includes the discovery of Madocho wa Kanairo who is a self-styled sheng master.
She has also interviewed other celebrities like Crazy Kennar and Mejja.
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