Safiya Nygaard Net Worth 2022 – Salary, Income, Earnings

Safiya Nygaard Net Worth 2022 – Salary, Income, Earnings

Safiya Nygaard Net Worth

Safiya Nygaard has an estimated net worth of $3 Million. She is a beauty and fashion guru, vlogger, writer, producer, and actor from the United States who previously worked for the popular internet media company ‘BuzzFeed’ for nearly two years. She earned the majority of her income from her YouTube channel.

In April 2015, she joined the company as a production intern, and in October of that year, she co-created the series ‘Ladylike’ with another company member, Fredricka Ransome. She became the show’s producer in November and worked on it for 15 months before leaving the company in January 2017.

She is currently uploading content to her self-titled YouTube channel, which has 5.5 million subscribers, and she also regularly appears on her boyfriend Tyler Williams’ channel. She began with one video per week and has since increased to two to three videos per week in order to keep her massive fandom happy. She is one of the finalists for the 10th Annual Shorty Awards’ ‘YouTuber of the Year’ award.

To calculate Safiya Nygaard’s net worth, add up all of her assets and subtract her debts, also known as liabilities.

Safiya Nygaard’s assets include everything she owns, such as the amount of money in her checking or savings account, real estate equity, savings and investment plans, and items with a clear market value (car, jewelry, clothes, art, etc.).

All outstanding debts, including the remaining balance on her home, car, business or personal loan, credit card debt, back taxes, and anything else she still owes, are included in her liabilities.

Here’s the breakdown of her net worth:

Name: Safiya Nygaard
Net Worth: $3 Million
Monthly Salary: $20 Thousand+
Annual Income: $200 Thousand+
Source of Wealth: YouTuber

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Career

Safiya Nygaard worked as a library intern at Victory Gardens Theatre and as a sales assistant at Abercrombie and Fitch while in college. She appeared in a number of stage productions during her early career and had posted a demo-reel of her acting samples on her YouTube channel in December 2014. She rose to prominence on the internet, however, as a result of her association with ‘BuzzFeed,’ which hired her in April 2015.

She started as a content creator for the company and also starred in many of their videos. In October of that year, she collaborated with Fredricka Ransome to co-create the new series ‘Ladylike,’ in which women tried out new beauty and fashion products as well as experimented with various techniques to show viewers the end results so they didn’t have to experiment themselves. The first episode of the series was only a beauty and fashion segment under the ‘Top Knot’ show, but after that the show became solely about hair tutorials.

With the help of some other interested people at the company, Nygaard and Ransome kept the ‘Ladylike’ series alive. Within a few months, the show gained traction and evolved into a full-fledged show for the ‘BuzzFeed’ channel, complete with a dedicated team and producers. She worked on the show for fifteen months before deciding to leave ‘BuzzFeed’ in January 2017 to focus on her own YouTube channel, giving her more control over the content and structure of her videos. Her channel had only a couple of vlogs about her visiting theme parks with her boyfriend and her 2014 demo-reel at this point. She has over 5.5 million subscribers to her channel and her videos regularly receive over a million views since she began posting regular weekly videos on beauty, style, and ‘weirdness’ in January 2017.

Controversies & Scandals

Safiya Nygaard waited six months after leaving ‘BuzzFeed’ to post the video ‘Why I Left BuzzFeed’ on March 19, 2017, addressing the issue, as all of the videos she had previously produced for the company had already been uploaded to the internet. She clarified that the main reason she left ‘BuzzFeed’ was to gain more independence.

She also stated that certain organizational rules prevented her from interacting with her YouTube fans and answering their questions. Furthermore, despite the fact that Nygaard and Ransome created and produced the majority of the show’s content, they were excluded from high-level decisions about the show’s future, potential collaborations, partnerships, and branding.

While she acknowledged that the company was justified in owning all of the content she created for it, she gradually realized how little control she had over what was distributed in her name. She eventually chose to disassociate herself from the company after the possibility of creating merchandise in her name arose.

Interestingly, since her departure from ‘BuzzFeed,’ many of the videos uploaded on the company’s channel were discovered to be uncannily similar to videos Nygaard was posting independently on her channel. Given that all of her previous content for the company had already been uploaded to the internet, many fans accused ‘BuzzFeed’ of blatantly stealing her videos.

Personal Life

Safiya Jaffer Nygaard was born in Chicago, Illinois on July 16, 1992. She is Indian on her mother’s side and Danish on her father’s side. She attended Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, where she graduated in 2011. She continued her education at Stanford University.

She met her boyfriend Tyler Williams at Stanford University, where they were both studying. He is also the CEO and founder of Nextbeat, as well as a YouTuber. He occasionally appears in her videos, and the two are frequently seen hanging out in videos on their respective channels.

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