Lucas and Marcus Dobre-Mofid, the Dobre Twins, are brothers from the US known for making videos. They got famous on an old app called Vine. They have older brothers, Cyrus and Darius, and they all make different types of videos together. The twins have their own YouTube channel called ‘Lucas and Marcus,’ where they share fun stuff like challenges, experiments, dance, and pranks.
Who are Lucas and Marcus Dobre?
Lucas and Marcus Dobre-Mofid are the dynamic twin brothers born on January 28, 1999, making them 23 years old. With their captivating content and engaging personality, they have amassed a substantial net worth of less than $6 million.
Their influence extends across various social media platforms, as evidenced by their massive followings: 35.6 million on TikTok, 1.9 million on Instagram, and an impressive 24.6 million on YouTube.
While Lucas Dobre is happily partnered with Ivanita Lomeli, Marcus Dobre’s relationship status remains undisclosed, and both brothers proudly hold American nationality.
Lucas and Marcus Dobre Career Journey
Lucas and Marcus Dobre-Mofid started making fun videos on an app called Vine, which isn’t around anymore. They were called “TwinBotz” on Vine and lots of people liked their videos. They showed cool things like dancing and tricks. They got famous and even went to a special event because of their videos. Later, they made a deal with a big company called Creative Artists Agency in 2018.
On their YouTube channel named “Lucas and Marcus,” they put up all kinds of videos. Many people like their videos, and lots of folks subscribed to their channel – more than 24 million! They also have another channel with their older brothers, and it has over 10 million subscribers. They even have a channel about fancy cars, and more than 1.3 million people like it.
But there was one video they made that many people didn’t like. In that video, Marcus pretended to do something very serious that upset people. He made a joke about something called “suicide,” which is not funny at all. Many people who saw the video didn’t like it because they thought it was mean and not respectful.
Some people said it could hurt others who went through similar things. An organization that helps prevent bad things from happening talked about how these kinds of jokes are not okay and could be dangerous. They said these jokes could make people scared and cause problems in the community. The rules for the place where they put their videos also say that they shouldn’t make videos that could hurt or scare people.
The Dobre brothers have been making videos for a while, and sometimes their mom joins them. They haven’t said anything back to the people who didn’t like their video.
How much do they earn?
Lucas and Marcus have around $6 million together. They get this money from their online accounts where they share stuff with people. They also make money from their music and things they sell.
When they talk about products on Instagram, they might get paid more than $20,000 for each post. On their own accounts, they could get about $15,000 for a single post. Because they have many fans on TikTok (about 35.6 million), they could get around $19,000 to $24,000 for each thing they share. On YouTube, where they have lots of subscribers (about 24.6 million), they could make more than $200,000 in a month.
Sometimes they make money from their music and videos they make with others – maybe around $25,000 in a year. They also sell things like clothes and stuff, and they could make around $25,000 every month from that. Each thing they sell costs between $15 and $100.
Lucas and Marcus Dobre-Mofid teach us that with creativity, hard work, and a passion for what you do, you can achieve fame and success. They started by having fun and sharing their talents on social media, and their dedication led them to become well-known content creators. They remind us that enjoying what you create and being authentic can attract a supportive community, helping you grow and make a positive impact in the digital world.
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