Denmark

Max Münster

Denmark

Max Münster

An entire family of
Youtube stars

Max Münster is a 14-year-old youtuber from Denmark. Within six months Max has reached an impressive 100.000 subscribers on his channel. Youtube is not new to Max, as his little sister Naja and older brother Morten are successful Youtube stars. The entire family is extremely popular in Denmark, and their many fans won’t leave them alone when they are out in public.
Does Max look familiar? He was also an ambassador at the LMTD event 2016.

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"Constantly aware of what I’m doing"

"Social face is both good and bad. It’s cool to meet someone who knows about what you do, but when you’re sitting eating with ketchup all over your face, it’s not very cool. It’s a bit hard to handle. You can’t do anything without people in town knowing about it. If I accidentally drop a piece of paper on the ground, people will know. So you have to be constantly aware of what you‘re doing. But I don’t regret it at all."

Q: Who are you?

A: My name is Max Münster. I’m 14. In my spare time, I spend most of my time on the videos, and if I’m not making them I’m thinking about the ones I’m going to make in the future! I also post on Instagram every day, which I have to plan. That’s basically my whole life. But obviously I make time to hang out with my friends. And I’m in 7th grade at school. It’s cool.

Q: When did you decide to have a YouTube channel?

A: It was my older brother Morten, who’s another YouTuber; he made a video and said, “If it gets 15,000 likes, you’re gonna make a channel, Max.” So I said, OK, we’ll see. It got 20,000 likes. But I still wasn’t sure. So Morten put a photo on Instagram with the same line. I’m in my siblings’ videos, and there have always been lots of comments saying I should have my own channel. So finally I thought, fine, I’ll give it a go! And it’s been going really well. Now I find if I don’t do any filming for a while, I realise I’m a total addict.

Q: How many people follow your life?

A: I have 97,000 subscribers, and I got 50,000 on the first day. Yesterday we went to a mall to get something to eat, and 30 people wanted to take pictures of us before we even sat down. People were standing and pointing at me while I sat there eating.

Q: What does social fame feel like?

A: In one way it’s good, but in another way it’s not so great. It’s cool to meet someone who knows about what you do, but when you’re sitting eating with ketchup all over your face, it’s not very cool. It’s a bit hard to handle. You can’t do anything without people in town knowing about it. If I accidentally drop a piece of paper on the ground, people will know. So you have to be constantly aware of what you‘re doing. But I don’t regret it at all.

Q: How do you feel about lots of people looking up to you?

A: If little kids want a photo of me, I reckon I must be doing something right. Picking up litter, for example – to show them it’s cool. If Justin Bieber did something, others would want to do the same. So I’m aware that I have influence. But I don’t use my fame to design clothes or anything crazy. I live in the moment. I don’t have any big plans.

What do you think of the new LMTD collection?

A: I think it’s cool. It’s different, and I think that suits me. I don’t know any guys who go around wearing this kind of stuff, and when I wear it, I think it looks good. I don’t mind standing out. I chose the pink jacket with fur, too. People can laugh at me all they like; I don’t care. That’s the YouTube effect, I think. I’ve already embarrassed myself, so now it doesn’t bother me.

Q: Who are you?

A: My name is Max Münster. I’m 14. In my spare time, I spend most of my time on the videos, and if I’m not making them I’m thinking about the ones I’m going to make in the future! I also post on Instagram every day, which I have to plan. That’s basically my whole life. But obviously I make time to hang out with my friends. And I’m in 7th grade at school. It’s cool.

Q: When did you decide to have a YouTube channel?

A: It was my older brother Morten, who’s another YouTuber; he made a video and said, “If it gets 15,000 likes, you’re gonna make a channel, Max.” So I said, OK, we’ll see. It got 20,000 likes. But I still wasn’t sure. So Morten put a photo on Instagram with the same line. I’m in my siblings’ videos, and there have always been lots of comments saying I should have my own channel. So finally I thought, fine, I’ll give it a go! And it’s been going really well. Now I find if I don’t do any filming for a while, I realise I’m a total addict.

Q: How many people follow your life?

A: I have 97,000 subscribers, and I got 50,000 on the first day. Yesterday we went to a mall to get something to eat, and 30 people wanted to take pictures of us before we even sat down. People were standing and pointing at me while I sat there eating.

Q: What does social fame feel like?

A: In one way it’s good, but in another way it’s not so great. It’s cool to meet someone who knows about what you do, but when you’re sitting eating with ketchup all over your face, it’s not very cool. It’s a bit hard to handle. You can’t do anything without people in town knowing about it. If I accidentally drop a piece of paper on the ground, people will know. So you have to be constantly aware of what you‘re doing. But I don’t regret it at all.

Q: How do you feel about lots of people looking up to you?

A: If little kids want a photo of me, I reckon I must be doing something right. Picking up litter, for example – to show them it’s cool. If Justin Bieber did something, others would want to do the same. So I’m aware that I have influence. But I don’t use my fame to design clothes or anything crazy. I live in the moment. I don’t have any big plans.

Q: What do you think of the new LMTD collection?

A: I think it’s cool. It’s different, and I think that suits me. I don’t know any guys who go around wearing it this kind of stuff, and when I wear it, I think it looks good. I don’t mind standing out. I chose the pink jacket with fur, too. People can laugh at me all they like; I don’t care. That’s the YouTube effect, I think. I’ve already embarrassed myself, so now it doesn’t bother me.

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