FANDOM


Gaming Commentary Musician Russianflag MaleIcon 2010 YouTuber
Hello blazers, NFKRZ here!

―NFKRZ's Intro

Roman Albertovich Abalin (born: January 24, 1998 (1998-01-24) [age 22]), better known online as NFKRZ (short for No-Fuckers), is a Russian YouTuber that currently uploads videos commentating about Russian society and current-events aimed towards English-speaking viewers in western countries. 

NFKRZ is well known among the YouTube Drama community for uploading multiple rants on Keemstar, as well as No Bullshit. NFKRZ used to make MLG videos but now makes commentary videos similar to Pyrocynical. He calls his fanbase The Blazers.

About

NFKRZ created his YouTube channel on August 31, 2010, but has started uploading since October 22, 2011. His first upload was "biggest TF2 noob ever? lol" and is friends with Pyrocynical, Dolan Dark, Jameskii, and BamanBoi, sometimes recording Counter-Strike Global Offensive together with them.

NFKRZ started 2 memes: Use code NFKRZ, which is a mocking representation of Keemstar's Use code KEEM for G Fuel. And the second meme is Buy me Overwatch Mafia 3, whose root or reference cannot be found, but NFKRZ has tweeted this to both Pyrocynical and PewDiePie. In response, Pyrocynical jokingly bought him Grand Theft Auto 3 and the gameplay video can be found on NFKRZ's channel.

He is going to Chelyabinsk State University, majoring in linguistics and translation. Despite having extremely good English pronunciation in comparison to the average Russian, he has always been mocked many times for by individuals who cannot understand his English, and his viewers roast him in the comment section of his videos, often commenting: Give subtitles, Ablo Pigman. and NFKRZ, I can't understand you. He has also been called an ablo. Which most likely comes from a YouTube video posted by Zathandrapus, titled Orman ablo drives his car. NFKRZ also jokes about it sometimes.

His content has recently gained traction when various videos of his where he talks about Russian influencers went viral, gaining him a following of people interested about Russia's culture. Since then, uploads talking about Russia's unique and sometimes bizarre culture have dominated his uploads in recent years, as viewers from Western countries has shown interest in NFKRZ's take on political and social issues that rarely get talked about in Western countries. 

He recently became interested in Hypebeast culture and frequently posts about it on Instagram and Twitter

Appearance

His current YouTube profile picture is a Yoba, which stands for Youth Oriented Bydlo Approved Bydlo is a Russian word for rednecks) It features a black cap with the Russian flag printed on the front and is also wearing a black hoodie.

Music

He has released a number of tracks on his YouTube, including Can't Touch My Swag, which uses the beat of Tyler The Creator's Yonkers and mentions MLG Montage Parodies. The next piece of music he released was his Keemstar Diss track, Using the beat of Drake and Future's Jumpman, he critiques Keemstar, bringing up the infamous Alex quote, and much more. He then released Click To Bait, which brings up how people say that he and other commentary channels are Clickbait, this track uses the beat of Drake's Back To Back. His Most recent release is Zoie Burgher (Diss Track), Which as the title suggests, is a diss track on Zoie Burgher, who sparked drama with a group of NFKRZ friends. NFKRZ (Along with Filthy Frank/Pink Guy Is featured on The Needle Drop's Cal Chuchesta's version of "Panda", originally performed by Desiigner.

He also started a music project under the name of Lil Vodka in October 2017, and his first track is called LEPS which was released in November. Lil Vodka remains a partially abandoned persona which failed to gain traction. 

Trivia

  • NFKRZ has done multiple collaborations with Bald and Bankrupt where he showed him around his city of Chelyabinsk in Russia
  • He is very tall and measures in at 6 foot 4 (193cm)
  • He has had multiple feuds and debates with controversial ex Youtuber Lt. Corbis.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.