The YouTube phenomenon is pretty amazing. Tons of stars have been launched from it, including teen heartthrob Justin Bieber. Further, many are making six-figure salaries because of the popularity of their videos.
Here's another incredible example — there's a possibility that a YouTuber might just become an instant millionaire with a generous gift from an unknown benefactor, according to the Huffington Post. Comedian Craig Rowin has been making appeals on YouTube for someone to give him $1 million, just because he wants it. After his campaign to ask for money, he received a mysterious call on his answering machine that said, "Hi Craig, Benjamin, I was hoping to catch you in person. I want to talk about how to make you a millionaire."
Of course, even Craig admitted that the claim sounds too good to be true, until he received a letter from the lawyer of "Benjamin." The entertainer will be receiving his check on Feb. 2. Check out his video below: