What is Jose angel Hernandez aka Flow La Movie's net worth
- Flow La Movie died in a plane crash
- The Helidosa Aviation Group's Gulfstream IV aircraft took off from Dominican Republic for a flight to Miami
- Flow La Movie's net worth is estimated to be $32.81 million
A charter plane carrying nine people, including music producer "Flow La Movie," crashed and caught fire while attempting an emergency landing in the Dominican Republic. There were no survivors, according to reports.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Helidosa Aviation Group's Gulfstream IV aircraft took off from La Isabela International Airport in the Dominican Republic for a flight to Miami, Florida, in the United States.
According to FlightRadar24 data, the plane had issues almost immediately and lingered over Santo Domingo before attempting an emergency landing at Las Américas International Airport, where it crashed near the runway.
Flow La Movie is a prominent People & Blogs YouTube channel. It now has 8.63 million subscribers. It began in 2013.
Although Flow La Movie's exact net worth is unknown, according to networthspot it is estimated to be $32.81 million.
The $32.81 million figure is based only on YouTube advertising income. In reality, Flow La Movie's net worth is likely to be much higher. When all sources of income are considered, Flow La Movie's net worth may be as high as $45.93 million.
Flow La Movie is anticipated to make $8.2 million each year.
The Youtube channel of Flow La Movie got 136.7 million views per month and about 4.56 million views per day in the month of November.
Monetized YouTube channels generate money by displaying advertisements. YouTube channels make between $3 and $7 per thousand video views on average. Based on this information, the networthspot estimates that the Flow La Movie YouTube channel produces $546.79 thousand in ad income per month and $8.2 million per year.
Some YouTube channels make more than $7 for every thousand video views. Flow La Movie might earn more than $14.76 million per year on the top end.
However, it is uncommon for YouTube stars to rely solely on one source of income. Sponsorships, affiliate commissions, product sales, and speaking gigs may produce far more cash than adverts.