Island Boys Show Off Their $450,000+ Jewelry Collection!
The Island Boys, two brothers from South Florida, have been best known for intriguing viewers scrolling on social media platforms after releasing their one hit song, “Island Boy,” which launched countless tweets and memes.The brothers, whose stage names are Kodiyakredd and Flyysoulja, found quick success after a very rough youth, during which time they experienced numerous run-ins with the law. Ever since they hit it big on the internet, the dollars started rolling in. From making money online with millions of YouTube views to pulling in loads of cash with many other income streams, the Island Boys have absolutely turned their lives around. Their bank accounts and their recent jewelry purchases are what you need to see to prove it. By shifting their focus towards their musical careers, these brothers have found a way to have the life of their dreams and fill their homes with the finer things in life. Between them, the pair have spent nearly half a million dollars on some of the dopest jewelry money can buy. It is amazing how much their lives changed in the last year and today we’re going to take a look at the result of their newfound success, their massive jewelry collection. Keep watching till the end of this video to explore the Island Boys’ $450,000+ jewelry collection. Trust me, you don’t want to miss this!
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