If you are familiar with the world of video games, especially on YouTube, the name NFKRZ would certainly sound familiar to you. His channel may not have attracted the ideal number of subscribers, but it has become famous through its association with Keemstar, a YouTube fellow known for his huge fan base and notorious for his racist remarks about other YouTube personalities. NFKRZ is a Russian YouTube star known for his comedy videos as well as his commentaries, montage parodies, and reaction videos.
His parody videos include MLG Wrestling, Vodka Nation, which was a parody of h3h3Productions’ videos, and I Myself Myself in a Box to Santa Claus and It Worked!!, a parody of Human Mail Challenge. He also started a series of videos known as Russian Leafy Copycats, which is about how a Russian YouTube personality, Leeroy, copied the videos from LeafyIsHere.
The series impressed Leafy, and the two have become good friends. Leafy has also appeared in many NFKRZ videos.
Biography and Age of NFKRZ (Roman Valerevich Abalin)
About his personal data is not much known, but we know that the YouTuber was born on January 24, 1998, in Chelyabinsk, Russia. His birth name is Roman Valerevich Abalin and his sun sign is Aquarius. He is also called the Russian pig, and because of his Russian accent he was given the name “the fat Russian”. In the list of names attributed to him, he was given the Russian Ablo for his montage parodies.
NFKRZ is often criticized for his accent, and his knowledge of languages has led him to choose linguistics and translation as a course of study at the Chelyabinsk State University, where he studies.
On August 31, 2010, he joined the YouTube community, where he began publishing game videos for which he became famous. His channel debuted under the name MultiNfz, but he later changed it to NFKRZ. His contributions included games like Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto, and Counter-Strike (for which he also wrote a commentary). Over time, he moved away from the game genre to include other videos such as montage parodies, commentary videos, comedies, political videos, reaction videos, and music.
In the political videos he published, he speaks about the political geography of Russia under the name Russian Recap. In the recap, he also shared his experiences from his visits to an anti-Putin demonstration.
He has also published a number of songs on his channel. However, the songs use beats of well-known songs and artists like Drake, Future. Some of the titles are Can’t Touch My Swag, Keemstar Diss, Click to Bait, Zoie Burgher (Diss Track).
He also posts angry videos, mostly due to problems he had with other YouTubers, and usually posts videos that are similar to the others. His channel may not have piled up millions of subscribers like the others, but he is certainly climbing the rungs. He has gained over 500,000 subscribers, despite the tirades and squabbles that go along with it. He calls his fan base “The Blazers”. Besides the YouTube community, NFKRZ is active on another platform for gamers, known as the Steam Community.
His Height and Other Facts
The YouTuber is located on the high side with a height of 1.91m.
His station name and pseudonym NFKRZ is pronounced as No F*ckers.
Although his channel was founded in 2010, he started uploading videos on October 22, 2011, and his first upload was the Biggest TF2 noob ever?? lol.
He is credited, along with other YouTube stars, with popularizing a subgenre of game videos known as montage parodies, which is one of his popular videos.
He uploaded his first montage parody video entitled SONY VEGAS TEST VIDYA on December 6, 2012, but his most-watched parody video is one of the WWE wrestling videos that has been viewed more than 2 million times.
The Fine Brothers React World Controversy is his most popular commentary video with over one million views and 25,000 fallen.
Most of his scolding videos are about Keemstar, another YouTube personality he had a lot of trouble with.
His 10-minute ranting video on Keemstar caused his fans to react, which led to him (NFKRZ) deleting his Twitter account.
Keemstar is not the only recipient of his spin-off. He got into an argument with a very young YouTuber named LtCorbis.
His fans find his extensive use of dubstep’s and squeakers in his videos exciting.
Roman’s edited parody videos are similar to those published by Pyrocynical and LeafyisHere.
Apart from complaining about his accent, his viewers have also said that his English is difficult to understand. They often toast him in the comments section with comments like Giving subtitles, Ablo Pigman, NFKRZ, I can’t understand you.
In October 2017 NFKRZ started a music project called Lil Vodka. Its first title, LEPS, was released on November 7, 2017.
He is active on social media platforms where he has more than 45k followers. His Instagram and his deleted Twitter account have over 1k followers.