If you haven’t heard of the Nelk boys, you might be living under a rock. NELK consists of Jesse Sebastiani, Kyle Forgeard, Salim the Dream and Steve Deleonardis better known as “Steve Will Do It.” The group often referred to as “the boys” is a prank group based out of Los Angeles, California. Although Nelk was originally founded by Jesse Sebastiani, Kyle Forgeard and Lucas Gasparini (pictured below), Gasparini eventually stepped down as he no longer wanted to pursue pranks as his full-time career.
Lucas Gasparini, Jesse Sebastiani, Kyle Forgeard (Left to right).
Soon after Lucas left Nelk brought on Salim the Dream and Steve Deleonardis and the once YouTube channel became a massive multi-media company. Their YouTube channel currently has over 5 million followers and is continuing to grow at a rapid rate. They often film hilarious pranks in public spots such as the library, college campuses, super markets and much more. The boys have been arrested numerous times for their stunts but their reliable lawyer known as Brad Koffell always takes care of them. Their most recently scare got the entire team arrested minus Jesse.
Top: Jason Erne, Steve Deleonardis, Kyle Forgeard.
Bottom: Aus God, Salim the Dream, Adrian Verdult and Cousin Jay
The channel has more than 5 million viewers over 1 billion views. Although their channel is completely demonitized by YouTube for breaking their advertiser-friendly terms of service, Nelk also owns the brand “Full Send.” With drops every 2 months, the clothing line is highly sought after and allegedly brings in millions every drop, even though it sells out in seconds.
Nelk currently has an estimated net worth of $20 million dollars which includes the worth of their massive “Full Send” brand. The boys earn money through sponsorships, clothing and some alleged contract-based deals with other creators under Nelk’s label.
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