The Nelk Boys’ SteveWillDoIt gave the former President Donald Trump a $75k Rolex following his interview with them. It was a thank you gesture from them after their recent collab podcast with Trump.
Trump on The Nelk Boys’ Podcast
The former president of the United States appeared on Wednesday’s episode of Nelk Boys’ podcast, Full Send Podcast, produced by the YouTube prank squad Nelk Boys. Steve, Kyle Forgeard, Bob Menery, and Salim The Dream hosted the Nelk Boys podcast, “Full Send Podcast,” where Trump was the latest guest. Steve told the former president Trump he had sold T-shirts with both of their faces for $500,000. Having his face covering half the tees, Steve didn’t know how to repay Trump, so he bought him the watch.
Steve gifted Trump a $75k Rolex
The Nelk Boys’ SteveWillDoIt gifted a $75k Rolex to Donald Trump. Sources from TMZ revealed that the ice blue platinum Day-Date 40mm isn’t available in the stores. That means Steve made a customized Rolex for Trump. There are gold and platinum Rolex Day-Dates. However, Platinum Day-Dates are far more expensive and valuable than Gold Day-Dates. President Trump’s watch has an iconic ice blue dial as well. That makes it one of the most expensive Rollies on the market.
The video, which was titled “Donald Trump on WW3, Talking to Putin and Joe Rogan,” has already racked up over 3.8 million views on YouTube within less than a day of Trump’s appearance on the podcast. However, the episode of ‘Full Send’ featuring Trump was taken down from YouTube after 5 million views on Wednesday. Trump brought up the same old “stolen election” allegations again, in violation of YouTube’s terms. However, the audio version is still available on most podcast streaming services.
Known for their provocative prank and party videos peppered with crude, bro culture jokes, the Nelk Boys are a YouTube group of YouTubers. Founded in 2010, their main channel has over 7 million subscribers and 1.15 billion views. In addition, they have expanded into other channels, including hard seltzer and merchandise, which they claim generate tens of millions in revenue every year.