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How much are The Island Boys worth?

The Island Boys Net Worth – $3 million

What is The Island Boys’ net worth?


The Island Boys are arguably one of the most controversial duos to come out of TikTok.

Known to their parents as Franky and Alex Venegas, the twins have no doubt undergone a massive transformation in their quest for fame.

The boys have styled themselves as rappers—complete with multiple face tattoos, weird hairstyles, diamond grills, and the stylized trending rap names Kodiyakredd and Flyysoulja.

They look like pretty much every other social media rap group trending across the TikTok platform right now—and they’ve got the likes and followers to back up their claim to fame, hitting million of followers.

They’ve been interviewed by famed YouTuber and social media celebrity Logan Paul, been invited to “fight” TikTok uber celebrity Bryce Hall, and even appeared on the Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg comedy special 2021 and Done.


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They’ve made headlines in the mainstream media in connection with a murder suspect (the pair had nothing to do with the crime), and gone viral multiple times.

So, sure, the Island Boys are pretty famous right now.

But are they rich?

In this article, we’re answering the popular question: How much are the Island Boys worth?

How much are the Island Boys worth?

So, how much are The Island Boys worth? It’s complicated—so we’re going to break down where the majority of their income could come from.

Cameo appearances


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On Cameo, your everyday Joe can hire celebrities—pro athletes, actors, artists, and former television stars—to create personalized video messages for them.

It’s a pretty cool setup, and a unique way to propose to someone or announce a pregnancy using their favorite famous personality.

Where guys like Kevin “Mr. Wonderful” O’Leary of Shark Tank fame can command up to $1,500 per video message, the Island Boys charge $128 per video message.

They’ve got a high rating and have delivered more than 700 videos so far.

In January of 2022, NBC revealed that Flyysoulja and Kodiyakredd had been paid by an Army recruiter in Texas to congratulate him on “changing lives, giving out $50k.”

The video was not sanctioned by the US Army and was taken down shortly afterwards.



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While the Venegas brothers certainly rose to fame in the past 12 months, the popularity hasn’t been reflected in their social media subscribers on YouTube.

The Island Boys’ official channel has just over 25,800 subscribers.

Social Blade estimates that the pair could be earning between $7 and $113 per month.


In order to make money through the TikTok Creator Fund program, influencers need to be over the age of 18, have more than 10k followers on the app, and have a view count of more than 100k in a 30-day period.

Flyysoulja well surpasses those criteria, with a whopping 7.5 million followers and 174 million likes.

Kodiyakredd trails a little further behind, with 1.3 million followers and 18 million likes.

While the pair could be making some money off TikTok, the platform is primarily used to drive viewers and fans to external money-making funnels—merchandise, ticket sales, albums, etc.

The Island Boys’ official TikTok channels both point to Cameo.


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Dovi Bezner

Following a major issue on February 7, 2022, when the Venegas twins’ Coral Springs home was raided by police, the pair needed their manager to run some serious PR.

The home was raided as police searched for Andrew James Thomas, a friend of the brothers and a suspect wanted in connection with the murder of a little girl several days earlier.

Thomas was indeed at the Island Boys’ home, and had been staying there for “a couple of days.”

The Venegas brothers weren’t implicated in the crime, but Thomas is currently facing charges of first-degree murder, possession of a firearm, and attempted first-degree murder.

The Island Boys were used to negative press—they’d gone viral for one of the most hated songs of the year.

But this was a different matter, and they called on the services of their manager and long-time friend to spin the situation.

His name was Dovi Bezner, and in June 2022, he appeared on the No Jumper podcast to blast the boys over an unpaid bill.

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Money Troubles


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Bezner explained that he no longer represented the pair as their manager, and that they still owed him $150k for his services.

He was also guaranteed a percentage of their Cameo earnings, which he never received.

Bezner also noted that the pair were “coming in hot” when they first started on Cameo, but that it was their only source of income and was “pretty much over.”

The pair were renting a house in a wealthy Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, at the time, where the average monthly rent is $3,700 per month.

The property is not in their name.

Therefore, The Island Boys have a combined net worth of $3 million.

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