The stars of a popular crew of YouTube pranksters, known as NELK, are planning on giving 2021 the biggest Full Send by setting a goal of becoming a billion-dollar brand. The young stars, who hail from Ontario, Canada, were seen recently in Miami and stopped by celebrity hotspot, KOMODO Restaurant, which serves up a Southeast Asian in an impressive three-story indoor/outdoor eatery.
After eating dinner, two of the most popular NELK Boys, Kyle John Forgeard and Salim Sirur stopped to talk about their goals for next year and the big plans for the Full Send brand.
After dining on Peking duck and lobster dynamite rolls, Kyle was beaming with delight while discussing the future of NELK with photographer and comedian, Adam Glyn.
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Starting in February, Kyle explained that NELK is going to South America to travel around and drop a new weekly episode, which he promises to be epic. He then drops the hammer when explaining that he believes NELK and Full Send will become a billion-dollar brand in 2021, which will include building their own platform, slinging an exclusive alcohol brand and also pushing their popular merch to loyal fans.
Dana took an interest in NELK after being exposed to them via his son, who is apparently a huge fan. Dana introduced the boys to Trump while aboard Air Force One, and the YouTube video of the encounter has racked up over 6 million views.
Following the meeting with Trump, NELK launched a line of Full Send shirts in collaboration with the UFC.
That billion-dollar brand may not be far off.