YouTube sensation Director Trevor has revealed he is willing to part with at least Ksh10 million as dowry for his long-time girlfriend Eve Mungai.
Speaking to Ankali Ray on Milele FM, Trevor noted the figure could also go up to Ksh15 million with time.
According to him, he shall spare no expense since he is certain of Eve Mungai’s loyalty and noted she has never cheated on him.
“I have not paid her dowry because it’s in millions. Her dowry increases as the years go by. I am planning to pay between Ksh10M and Ksh15M. We will then have our wedding after the dowry payment,” Trevor stated.
“She has never cheated on me. Those were just baseless claims by netizens.”
At the same time, he dispelled ongoing chatter about Mungai’s pregnancy.
In a previous update, Trevor revealed he will have his first child with his partner Eve Mungai after five years of cohabitation.
He revealed that their plan is to have their first child in January 2026, meaning Eve would get pregnant in 2025.
Trevor, Eve Mungai’s income
The young couple earn millions in revenue from their YouTube channel which has provided direct employment to 14 people.
The director opened up about his YouTube earnings during an interactive Questions and Answers (Q&A) session with his fans on Instagram.
He revealed that his wife and he each earn a Ksh800,000 monthly salary from their YouTube channel.
“Is it true Eve earns more than you?” Trevor was asked.
“As employees of Mungai Eve Media, my wife and I both receive a monthly salary of 800k. Each! Money that is generated through YouTube instream ads and Facebook. Even if angekua anaearn more than me to me it’s not an issue for us. We believe in equal opportunities and value eac value each other’s contributions to our family and the company. Our focus is together on working as a team, supporting and empowering each other to achieve our goals. We believe that financial success should not be limited by gender, and we embrace the equal earning potential that exists in our relationship,” he replied.
“I have been in this game for two years, but I don’t understand how you guys accumulate good revenue,” a curious netizen asked the videographer.
“We try to major in exclusive interviews that lead to a higher CPM and generate more revenue by providing unique content, attracting a larger audience, appealing to premium advertisers, improving audience targeting, and creating sponsorship opportunities,” he answered.
Trevor further shared receipts that showed their annual income from YouTube in 2022 was a staggering Ksh13.6 million.
“Bro, how much do you earn from YouTube yenu yearly?” A curious netizen asked Trevor.
“I don’t know exactly how much but that (Ksh13.6 million) was last year,” he replied.