KSI leaves revellers stunned as he splashes out £50k on 600 bottles of champagne for entire Ibiza beach club | The Sun

KSI left revellers stunned as he splashed out €60k (£51k) on champagne for an entire Ibiza beach club.

The generous YouTuber, 29, picked up the tab on no less than 600 bottles of booze at celebrity hotspot O Beach Ibiza, costing €100 (£85) each.

He'd been celebrating his friend's stag do – the vlogger known as Vikkstar123 – but soon won over the entire party as fellow clubbers began chanting his name.

A source told The Sun: "On Wednesday, at O Beach Ibiza, entrepreneur and Prime drinks founder KSI bought the entire club bottles of champagne to celebrate his friend's stag.

"He bought 600 bottles of the best kind and his generosity was appreciated by everyone who cheered and shouted his name."

In footage shared to Instagram by Wayne Lineker, KSI – real name JJ Olatunji – looked like he was having a whale of a time while being sprayed with bubbly by bikini-clad girls.


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KSI, who boasts a reported net worth of £20 million, has taken the world by storm with his Prime hydration drink lately.

Boxing rivals-turned-business partners KSI and Logan Paul launched the company in 2022, having twice fought each other with the first ending in a draw and KSI winning the rematch.

KSI recently said the company is already competing with their billion dollar rivals after some magnificent marketing.

He told SunSport: "I think we're already competing quite well with Gatorade and all these other drink brands, Lucozade Sport etc."

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And in February, Logan claimed Prime made $250million (£209m) in retail sales in their first year and $45m (£35m) in just January alone.

The pair are rarely seen without a can or bottle of Prime in their hands and have closed mega sponsorship deals with the likes of the UFC and Arsenal, parading the brand at worldwide events.

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