Avi Yemeni: Net Worth, Controversy and Earnings (2024)

Things You Didn’t Know About Avi Yemeni

Published: October 31, 2022

Last updated: January 6, 2024

By Joshua Smith πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Avi Yemeni for 2024.

I’ve spent thousands of hours watching freedom-focused creators on YouTube. Avi is definitely a questionable character!

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Avi Yemeni Facts

πŸ’‘Full Name and Age

Avi Yemeni’s real name is Avraham Yemeni. He was born on the 17th of October, 1985 which makes him 38 years old.

πŸ€‘ Net Worth

Far-right activists are often richer than we assume.

As of 2024, I estimate that Australian creator Avi Yemeni has a net worth of $960,000 Australian dollars. This includes the value of his personal home, his investments and his business.

Previous to his media work, he served in Israel and then launched his gyms which he later sold.

He’s ambitious and is aiming to become a millionaire within just a few years.

🀩 Income Streams

How does Avi sustain his journalism? He receives donations from his subscribers and is also paid by Rebel News which is self-funded.

🌍 Location

Avi lives in Melbourne and covered the 2020/2021 Melbourne protests in detail. He was targeted by the Victorian Police Service with both praise and ridicule by the general public.

He’s currently covering the WEF in Davos, Switzerland. He really hates Klaus Schwab.

✌️Common Praise

He might be a short guy but he doesn’t back down from an argument. He also doesn’t feel intimidated by the police.

❌ Notable Complaints

Avi is well-known as an anti-vaxxer and anti-lockdown proponent. While he calls himself a journalist, many see him as more of an activist.

πŸš€ The X-Factor

He has a loyal audience that trusts what he has to say.

He also survived a heart attack in his 30s, which is far younger than most people go through these issues.

πŸ“ˆ Creator Trends

Avi’s reach on social media has started to decline as the world has returned to normal.

πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Private Life

Avi Yemeni married the love of his life, Sarah Langford, on Sunday the 30th of October, 2022.

Fun fact: Avi had a heart attack some years ago and she saved his life. I guess he’s now saving hers. πŸ™‚

Uniquely, Avi has 6 beautiful sisters and they’re all Jewish too. One of his sisters is a grandmother in her 40s.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» My Verdict

I don’t always agree with Avi’s approach or what he has to say, but he’s got some serious balls. I’d be interested in seeing what his next move will be and if he ever gets arrested again.

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How much does Avi Yemeni make and how?

You’d be shocked by how much this Australian journalist makes.

I estimate that Avi Yemeni makes an estimated $17,000 AUD per month on social media through donations and sales of his own merchandise. Yes, his earnings are more than most Australian teachers and police officers.

His monetization was turned off on his YouTube channel some years ago as his views went against the narrative.

Is Avi Yemini an Accredited Journalist?

No. Avi Yemeni hasn’t received accreditations from the Australian media. He has also been banned from Victorian Press conferences which were headed by Dan Andrews.

While Avi’s fans see him as a journalist, many just see him as an activist, as can be seen in this recent video:

Creator Praise

Avi’s loyal audience really praises him for:

➜ Being so relentless while on the camera

➜ Supporting the protestors in Melbourne

➜ Cracking jokes with Victoria’s police force

➜ Knowing full well what the agenda was

And above all, he has become beacon of light in the darkness.

Creator Red Flags

I swear that Avi’s middle name is controversy! Lol. He’s certainly gotten himself into trouble a few times. These include:

➜ Trying to get PRGuy17 to be unmasked (he thought it was Dan Andrews. It wasn’t!)

➜ Chasing after NAS Daily at the World Economic Forum event in Switzerland

➜ Getting arrested multiple times in Victoria for activism journalism work

He definitely panders to an audience and doesn’t take a neutral viewpoint, unlike his good friend Rukshan who has a heart of gold and is non-confrontational.

The X Factor

Apart from the Aussie Cossack, there is no one that has a reputation like Avi Yemeni.

This is because:

➜ He’s a fierce warrior

➜ He calls out the BS

➜ He doesn’t worry about the trolls

➜ He knows how to negotiate

He also likes to cut through all the noise.

My Verdict

Ultimately, I’ve been annoyed, inspired and in awe watching his videos on Youtube.

So yes, I have a mixed opinion on Avi. He can certainly trigger people, for better and for worse.

Avi values freedom just as much as I do, but we have different approaches to gain our freedom. For me, I chose to build an online business and was left alone and outside of the spotlight.

My key takeaways from watching his videos on YouTube include:

➜ Be prepared to stand up for your beliefs

➜ Call out the BS when you see it

➜ Watch out for the hypocrites

➜ Work to uncover the truth

I much prefer watching Topher Field rather than Avi Yemeni, but both men have balls of steel.

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