Baka Prase Net Worth 2021, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, Songs

Baka Prase net worth

Read the complete write-up of Baka Prase net worth, biography, age, height, family, wife, children, songs as well as other information you need to know.


Baka Prase is a Serbian YouTuber, internet personality, rapper, gamer, actor and entertainer. He is also the founder of the Serbian brand known as ŠAIM SE. Ilić’s YouTube channel name comes from the preschool cartoon known as Peppa Pig.

Early life

NameBaka Prase
Net Worth$2 million
ProfessionYouTuber, Gamer, Singer, Actor
Age25 years
Baka Prase net worth 2021

Baka Prase who real name is Bogdan Ilić was born on September 16, 1996(age 25 years) in Vranje, Serbia, FR Yugoslavia. His father Nenad Ilić is a priest, director, writer, and the Elder of St. Nicholas Temple in Amsterdam. His mother Anastasija-Vesna Ilić is an actress and a writer. Prase is the third child, he has an older brother Pavle, an older sister Jelisaveta and a younger sister Natalija.

As a child, his father took him to church every Sunday morning until Prase became older and stopped wanting to go, which his father accepted. Prase completed elementary and secondary music school but was rejected by the Musical Academy he was applying for. He worked as a storage worker before turning to YouTube.


Neither of Ilić’s parents supported his work when he began to work on YouTube. He created his YouTube account in 2011 and uploaded his first video in 2016. Ilić started off playing League of Legends professionally for teams KlikTech and Fortuna. In 2015, he became the world champion in eSports within the Serbian gaming committee.

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In 2018, Ilić released his first music album called Institucija. He also created his own gaming club and named it after the album. When the club opened over 500 teenagers and children came to it.

Baka Prase performed at the Balkan Tube Festival in Banja Luka in 2018 with other YouTube stars. In the same year, Ilić performed at Nikola Pasić’s ice skating park in Belgrade, with Neverne Bebe and Lena Kovačević. He also performed in Novi Sad in 2019, where too many children came to the event and the audience needed to be evacuated.

Ilić was invited to the FanPit Festival in Zagreb, Croatia, where he recorded a video with KSI. He was starred in the 2019 movie Ideš? Idem! alongside other YouTube stars.

Prase went to Kosovo with his father, where he performed on stage, and together they recorded videos about Serbian monasteries and spoke about their values. He also donated money to the Red Star Rowing Club for their trip to the 2020 European Rowing Championships.

Baka Prase performed at the concert “Born in Ghetto”, inside Mirza Delibašić Hall, located in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, along with Jala Brat, Buba Corelli, RAF Camora, Coby, Goga Sekulić, and others.

He was also featured on the Serbian television quiz show TV Slagalica in the Associations game as one of the answers; the final answer was “Pig”, and the answer to column B was “Grandma”.

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In 2020, Ilić is returning to play in the Esports Balkan League with his own team named “Šaim se”. He also began advertising his brand all over Belgrade’s billboards. People believe that he plans to become a candidate for the 2020 Serbian parliamentary election. Nebojša Krstić said that Prase could have more votes than Serbian unions. Ljubiša Preletačević is denying the theories.


In 2017, Ilić reacted to a video of a 12-year-old girl that had love problems, culminating in another YouTuber known as Amir Hadžić responding, criticizing Ilić for mocking the girl, which afterwards attempted suicide.

In 2018, Prase criticized a song, created by fellow YouTubers which are sisters known as “Andjela & Nadja”, which escalated in the father of Andjela & Nadja, responding and criticizing Ilić for being disrespectful.

In 2019, Baka Prase reacted to a “diss-track” about him from other Serbian Youtubers, culminating in releasing diss-tracks between him and K1KA, another Serbian YouTuber and Twitch Streamer. Both of whom ended up together on a morning television program.

In 2020, Serbian rapper Voyage released his opinion that Serbian Youtubers aren’t in the same rank as Serbian musicians, which forced Prase to create videos and a diss-track against Voyage’s claims. During an interview in 2020, Jelena Karleuša admonished Youtubers (including Prase) for gaining fame undeservedly and shutting out “talented singers” from becoming famous.

Baka Prase and Karleuša exchanged response videos criticizing the other. Another Serbian folk-singer known as Aca Lukas was asked in an interview what his opinion on Prase was and he criticized Prase, saying that he never heard of him or his work.

Croatian YouTube influencer Filip Rožman, better known as KakoLako, created a 37 minutes long video called “Drama Salama – Baka Prase”, in which he is criticizing Ilić on a wide variety of topics including his music career and for being a hypocrite.

Despite talking about it and partially addressing it, Baka Prase didn’t want to name the video directly outside one of his streams, possibly not wanting to risk exposing his fans to actual criticism of him. Serbian actor and politician Sergej Trifunović also criticized Ilić, responding to Twitter posts by Ilić.

Baka Prase criticized singers Dua Lipa & Rita Ora, for creating posts on Instagram, regarding Kosovo being independent.

Allegations of child grooming

On 4 July 2020, Ilić got accused of child grooming, to which Ilić responded by explaining that he had sexual intercourse with a 16-year-old girl, which told him that she is 18. Another girl started making Tik-Tok & Twitter posts, where she is exposing Ilić supposedly having sexually explicit chats with minors, to which Ilić responded that most of them faked or never told their ages, and that one of the chats was fabricated, and that he is making a criminal complaint about the false claim.

Because of the claims, Ilić’s sponsors dropped him. The allegations motivated Ilić to make a music video for the song named “Lična”, which got age-restricted and taken down from the Serbian YouTube trending list for being too explicit.

On Twitter, a video appeared of Ilić supposedly possessing cocaine during the creation of the music video, to which Ilić responded that it’s just rice. The cocaine allegations escalated in Ilić making a YouTube video, defending himself regarding the rumours. Because of the allegations, Ilić revealed that he will take a break from YouTube.


Baka Prase is currently not married and does not have any children from any previous marriage. He is in a private relationship. However, Ilić made numerous videos on YouTube, claiming that he is in love with the Italian born Serbian artist known as Sara Jovanović, they met once in Belgrade where Ilić asked her out and she declined. In an interview, she was asked about Ilić, and she said that her song “Nemam Vremena Za To” (transl. I Don’t Have Time For That) fits her opinion on Ilić, which motivated Ilić to create a song dedicated to her known as “Imam Vremena Za To” (transl. I Have Time For That).

Baka Prase net worth

What is Baka Prase net worth? Baka Prase’s net worth is estimated at around $2 million. His main source of income is from his Youtube and music career. Prase’s successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. He is one of the richest YouTubers in Serbia. However, In 2020, Ilić stopped uploading regularly videos to his YouTube channel, revealing on his Instagram account that he is having a Tonsillectomy on February 20, 2020.