5 Most Expensive Things Ryan Higa Owned

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Ryan is one of the most famous YouTube influencers in the USA known for his comedy content on YouTube. You will get to watch a lot of content on this channel including comedy, rants, challenges, regular vlogs, and many more.


1. Maserati GranTurismo

2. Ryan Higa House

3. Ryan Higa Productions: Boys Generally Asian

4. Ninja Meik

5. Book Publications

1. Maserati GranTurismo

Image Source: 21 Motoring

According to 21 Motoring, “The Maserati GranTurismo comes with a 4.7-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that makes 460 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. It can go from 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds and has a top speed of 181 mph and costs $355,000.”

Ryan Higa has numerous cars but this one is the most expensive one. So, I listed them here as the most expensive things he owned.

2. Ryan Higa House

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Based on the statement on Genius Celebs, it was stated there that “Higa has a mansion worth over $1 million dollars. This was verified by tax policy since he must pay $19,250 in property taxes each year.”

Moreover, “he also pays $3,661,250 in federal taxes, $241,161 in FICA taxes, $858,957 in state taxes, and $387,165 in local taxes off his $10 million net worth” according to Genius Celebs.

3. Ryan Higa Productions: Boys Generally Asian

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According to Genius Celebs, ”Ryan Higa Production Firm, his own production company, was founded by him. In 2016, Higa formed Boys Generally Asian, a spoof K-pop group. David Choi, Philip Wang, Jun Sung Ahn, and Justin Chon formed a K-pop band with Ryan Higa in 2016. Also, BGA was named after the all-female band Girls Generation. “Dong Saya Dae,” their debut single, with over 16 million YouTube views.”

Moreover, “the song was intended to be a broad parody of all K-pop songs, with comedy lyrics, but it surprisingly reached number two on the official iTunes K-pop rankings. BGA’s second song, “Who’s It Gonna Be,” was published in 2017, and it was a more serious song than the first, albeit it was still a parody” based on Genius Celebs still.

4. Ninja Meik

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“Ninja Melk was created by YouTube phenom Ryan Higa and his two partners, Kathleen Hahn and Kyle Schroeder. Inspired by Ryan’s popular ninja videos and driven by his need for a “better-for-you” energy drink to fuel his long days of producing videos, the team set out to create a line of unique and delicious products that are made with premium ingredients and less sugar than leading energy drinks” according to Ninja Melk.

Moreover, they stated on their website that “Ninja Melk is softer and smoother than most energy drinks. Unlike other energy drinks which have a sharp and metallic taste, Ninja Melk & Tea energy drinks are just scrumptious.”

5. Book Publications

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According to Genius Celebs, “Ryan Higa wrote a book called “How to Write Good,” which has a 4.6 out of 5-star rating. Furthermore, Ryan Higa, one of YouTube’s most popular creators, has written an unusual, irreverent, yet poignant biography. With images! And there are illustrations! And then there’s the matter of language. It was also the New York Times bestseller.”


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