Joey Salad is a well-known name on YouTube. Among other things, he is known for uploading amazing social experiments and pranks on his YouTube channel. He also runs another channel where he shares videos of his daily activities with his fans.
YouTube became famous in 2012 after a video he shot became viral. In the video, he talks about the recent upsurge of social ills in society. Another video that attracted thousands of subscribers to his channel was the video in which he dropped his wallet and compensated a homeless person who brought it to his attention. He gave the man some money and his shirt.
Since Salads stormed YouTube, he has uploaded over 125 videos of pranks and social experiments on his channels. His main channel YouTube alone has over 2 million subscribers and more than 400 million hits.
He has collaborated with well-known YouTubers like Boris Laursen and Jack Vale.
Joey Salads’ Biography
The social media influencer was born on December 10, 1993, in Staten Island, New York – making him a citizen of the United States of America. Due to the situation of things before his meteoric rise to fame, extensive details about his personal life were not publicly known, but the names of the YouTube pianist’s grandmother are Joy Cirigliano. She lives in Prince’s Ba with her husband, who was the owner of the Marina Café before it was swept away by Hurricane Sandy. Joey attended St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School, a coeducational Catholic school in Staten Island, from where he went to college for further education.
As for his rise to prominence, salads have always wanted to be famous since he was a child. He began his life as a pizza delivery boy and successfully switched to “humor delivery” after his luck had run out sometime in September 2012.
But before he could make a breakthrough on his path to fame, he had a short stint at Vine. Joey Salads left Vine for YouTube after spending some time there. Not long after he left Vine, just a few months later, the YouTube phenomenon became a fame storm – not least thanks to his witty plots and unsurpassed humor.
In a short time, Joey has been on YouTube, he has faced so many challenges and confrontations from critics. On several occasions, he was asked to publish fake videos for public consumption, which led to his apologizing to the public.
The most controversial of all his videos is a viral video relating to the social experiment of Donald Trump. In the said video, a group of black men was seen in a certain location storming a car decorated with Trump’s advertising sticker. The video essentially tried to prove that the young men were discriminating against Trump, but after a thorough investigation, it was determined that the black men in the video were all actors and that the video was staged.
Some of his particularly controversial videos are Radical Islam vs. Radical Christianity and Transgender in the Women’s Toilets.
In addition, Salads are said to have played pornographic roles on Snapchat in the past. It has been claimed that he put his manhood into a plate of food and asked his fans to touch it. Although he claimed to have done so out of frustration and cluelessness, the act cost him quite a few of his YouTube fans.
Family Life of The YouTube Star
Joey Salads is not married but has had several relationships with young women. The last girl he met was Tanisha Coetzee, an Instagram sensation born in South Africa on 13 March 1999.
The couple reportedly stopped dating in March 2018. Before their separation, Salads shared a video showing him destroying Coetzee’s make-up with a hammer. He later apologized and promised to replace them.
Quick Facts about Joey Salads
1. Joey Salads was born Joey Saladino
2. The popular YouTuber earns $150,000 a month. He has an estimated net worth of $450,000 that he has earned from his YouTube channels.
3. The YouTube string player’s catchphrase is “It’s bashin’ time”, although it was originally called “It’s smashing time”.
4. The first salad ever stolen was an iPhone4s that belonged to his sister.
5. It stands at a height of 1.85 meters.
6. The joker has a younger cousin named Vinny.
7. In 2016 he was accused of emigrating to the United States with his family, but he played down the accusation by claiming that his family had moved to the United States legally and that he was born and raised in America.
8. During his time in high school, Joey Salads was very good at football.
9. He was diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis at the age of 16. At that time he was in his second year of college.