After college, Milo Yiannopoulous initially secured a job at The Catholic Herald. Since his early career, he was interested in becoming a theatre critic. However, Yiannopoulous' interest later turned to technology journalism while investigating the subject of women in computing for The Daily Telegraph.
He was nominated to elect for rector of the University of Glasgow to win over Edward Snowden, and after eight months, he was hired by the conservative American News and opinion website, but he was fried after his first column was published, and the opinion editor who hired him was also consequently.
Yiannopoulous co-founded the Yiannopoulos Privilege along with Margaret Maclennan, where the grant planned to disburse 50 grants of $2,500 to disadvantage white men to assist them with their tertiary expenses, starting in 2016-17 acadamic year. In January 2018, Yiannopoulos reported a fictitious new story, written by a spoof news site.
Yiannopoulos, 33 years of age, has a net worth of around $4 million; he owns houses across the globe and has a multi-million dollar wardrobe. He has said that his father was a member of Greek mafia and during his childhood, they even owned a chalet in Austrian Alps and properties in different places.
Milo earns hundreds of thousands of dollars every year from his appearance fees. During his recent travel to Australia, in December 2017, he charged $250,000 as his appearance fee, excluding the cost of security arrangement.
The controversial political commentator is also a great fan of luxury clothing brands, who loves to wear labels like Versace and Gucci. According to his own statement, the outfit he wore in Australia was worth close to $150,000. It included sunglasses by Louis Vuitton (worth $730), Tiffany earrings (retail price: $30,000), designer jewelry (a cool 100,000 dollars), a Dolce and Gabbana Jacket (worth $5,000) and shoes by Versace ($14,00). He also owns Two cars: a Ford and a bespoke BMW car that costs $250,000.
Milo owns numbers of properties in the US and Europe. One of his houses, in Miami, Florida, was destroyed by hurricane Irma which cost $460,000.
Milo Yiannopoulous is a married man.Yiannopoulos tied the wedding knot with his long-term gay boyfriend John in Hawaii. The gay couple doesn't have any child. The ceremony was held at the Four Seasons Resort in Hualalai, a big Hawaiian island, in September 2017. Talking about Milo's nationality, he is British and belongs to Jewish and Greek ethnicity.
In October 2017, leacked emails reavealed that Yianopoulous had repeatedly solicied neo-Nazi and white supremacist figures on the alt-right for feedback and story ideas in his work for website Breibart.
During an interview with Joe Rogan in 2015, Yiannopolous said: "I don’t believe in man-made climate change at all." Further, clarify with the data from an NGO. On December 4 2017, Yiannopoulous held several event at Melbourne Pavillion. During one of his talks he described Australian Aboriginal aek as crap and it was really shit.
In November 2016, in an interview with channel 4, he talked about his relationship with the movement and described the alt-right movement as dangerously bright.Yiannopolous hosted an event known as the Young Rewired state competition in 2010, which is an initiative to showcase the technological talents of 15-18 years old. He also organised the londonNude Tech Calendar, which featured members of the London technology scene for the purpose to raise money for an organization called Take heart india.