The ‘Really Love’ hitmaker told the Daily Star newspaper’s Wired column: “I have reached peak happiness with the money I have. I don’t need anymore, so I am just trying to do what I can, help who I can, support charities and have a good time man.”
KSI is set to embark on a 2021 tour in May and teased he will splurge a large chunk of his cash on an epic production.
He continued: “I would spend all that money I have been making and put it on production – it will be stupid, it will be ridiculous, it will be huge.”
The Sidemen co-founder also hinted that he may take a break or quit music and YouTube when he settles down and starts a family.
He added: “There isn’t really an end goal, I don’t know how long I will be in the music industry or doing the whole YouTube thing.
“When I want to settle down and have a kid and a family, I want to make sure I put all my focus on them. I have always wanted a family.
“It’s so weird and scary as so much has happened in the past five years of my life, so I don’t know what’s going to happen.”
However, the ‘Don’t Play’ hitmaker has vowed to live it up before he steps back.
He added: “I want to enjoy everything before I calm down.”