Milo Yiannopoulos is an author, blogger a journalist and a political commentator. He has hit the headlines on many occasions for the wrong reasons such as opposing gay rights when he is openly gay, his twitter account suspended and finally banned, supporting child sexual abuse, endorses child molestation, association with alt-right and many more.
The man is loved by millions and hated in equal measure as well and that’s why we will uncover Milo Yiannopoulos net worth values in 2018 and a few things you probably don’t know about him
Milo Hanrahan Yiannopoulos is the son of Nicolas Hanrahan and a British and Jewish mother who gave birth to him in 1984. He was born and raised up in Kent England. When growing up, he was raised up by a stepfather who occasionally would beat him up. He went to school at Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys later joined the University of Manchester but dropped out and Wolfson College where he dropped out as well.
Currently, Yiannopoulos is married to his African American boyfriend with whom they wended on 2017 September, and it’s yet to be known who his husband is.
Just after he was finished with college, he secured a job at The Catholic Herald and but his breakthrough came when he embarked on investigating women in computing back in 2009. He used to appear on Newsnight discussing debates related to same-sex marriages, gays, copyright infringement, feminism among other topics.
Apparently, in 2017, The Daily Caller hired him to write a weekly column, but he was fired after his first column was published. Back in 2011, he established a way to rank the most promising startups in Europe called The Telegraph Tech Start-Up 100. Together with a couple of friends, they established The Kernel in 2011 which its main objective was to fix Europe technology journalism, but the company in 2014 was bought by Daily Dot Media.
In 2014 December Yiannopoulos was working on a book called Gamergate which received a lot of attention. Since 2015 to February 2017 he had been working at Breitbart Tech where he was an editor and the leader of its new department “Breitbart Tech” section. In 2017 he launched Milo, Inc his new media outlet which its primary objective is to the destruction of political correctness.
Among the books written by Yiannopoulos are Forbidden Thoughts, SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police, Eskimo Papoose and Dangerous. Dangerous went ahead to become the best-selling political humor book on Amazon, became a USA Today bestseller, New York Times and peaked at position no.1 on Publisher Weekly nonfiction bestseller list.
On Awards and Achievements: Yiannopoulos hasn’t been awarded any official award that we know of, but he has achieved some milestones regarding his book Dangerous which became the best-selling political humor book on Amazon and peaked position no.1 on Publishers weekly & New York Times nonfiction bestseller list.
Net Worth, Salary & Income
Milo Yiannopoulos net worth currently stands at $4.5 million. It’s reported that on an annual basis his income totals around $1 million. Milo Yiannopoulos net worth has largely been contributed by the many gigs he works on ranging from being a blogger, journalist a commentator and many others. Another source of Milo Yiannopoulos is his books which are best sellers and have added a significant amount of fortune to his net worth.
6 Facts You Need To Know About Milo Yiannopoulos.
Maybe you hate Yiannopoulos maybe you love him, but despite which side you on this man has hit the media with a bang mostly on the negative side of the stories hence you can hardly miss him. Other than what you know here are a few facts that probably you don’t know about Milo Yiannopoulos.
1. He is mixed up on matters of religion as he associates himself with Catholicism and Jewish.
2. The reason he was banned in Twitter is that he was accused of engaging in target abuse and harassment.
3. He once took his big mouth to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and called him “Internet Villain”.
4. He made it to the UK top 100 most influential people in the digital economy back in 2011 and 2012.
5. He refers to Donald Trump as “Daddy”.
6. Everyone knows him to be a racist, a transphobic, misogynistic and even xenophobic.
Milo Yiannopoulos net worth might soon head a downward lane in 2019-2020 considering he has been getting some very negative reviews from his audience and it’s not surprising if he one-day files for bankruptcy.