RiceGum Net Worth,earnings,youtube channel,career,girlfriend,sister,controversy
Facts of RiceGum Net Worth,earnings,youtube channel,career,girlfriend,sister,controversy
|Net worth||$2.5 million|
|Date of Birth:||1996 November 19|
|First Name||Bryan Quang|
|Age:||25 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
RiceGum is the online persona of Bryan Le, a Youtube personality who has amassed an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. Besides a successful Youtubing history, RiceGum also has a blossoming music career.
Income Sources of RiceGum
Like most YouTubers, RiceGum earns the majority of his income from his Youtube subscriptions and videos. RiceGum has also appeared in television commercials and has released a few moderately hit singles. RiceGum with his 10.4 million subscribers in his YouTube channel and also 1.5 million subscribers on his second channel, RiceGumExtra really helped him in his total net worth. From his youtube channel and music career, he had collected the good amount of fortune and living a lavish lifestyle.
Career and Achievements of RiceGum
RiceGum started out as a YouTuber in 2012 as a gaming YouTuber. Bryan used the pseudonym to post videos of him playing mostly Call of Duty. By 2014, RiceGum had already amassed about 180,000 subscribers as a Twitch streamer. Since 2014, Bryan has made the move toward major league gaming streaming where he had about 30,000 followers.
RiceGum, who had deleted his first youtube account, returned to the streaming site on December 8, 2015, with a series: These Kids Must Be Stopped. The videos quickly gained a viral following on Youtube showering RiceGum with millions of views and subscribers. The series mainly featured RiceGum criticizing musical.ly stars like Jacob Sartorius, Loren Beach, Bark Thomas, and Trey Sartorius.
RiceGum is notorious for posting diss tracks on his Youtube channel which has more than 10 million subscribers as of August 2018. He has dissed multiple celebs most prominently Jake Paul whose song “It’s everyday Bro” was parodied by Le on his single titled “IT’s Every Night Sis”. The feud between these two popular Youtube stars caused a media frenzy, pushing Bryan’s track to number 80 on the Billboard Hot 100. RiceGum quickly used this momentum to release his second single “God Church” which reached number one on the Comedy Digital Track Sales Chart. The song’s title was derived from a set of lyrics from Jake Paul’s “It’s Everyday Bro”. RiceGum has also released diss tracks for Bhad Bhabie, an emerging American rapper also known as the “Cash me outside” girl from Dr. Phil’s show.
RiceGum has had a long list of feuds with fellow YouTubers. When Ian Carter, a Youtuber who runs iDubbbz TV made a video in which he called the 21-year old the “Asian Jack Paul”, Bryan responded with a diss track titled “Frick da Police”. The song was highly controversial and unpopularized RiceGum’s content who had already lost 50,000 subscribers following the release of Carter’s video. RiceGum has also feuded with YouTubers like TheOdd1sOut and Danielle Bregoli. Despite a long list of feuds, Bryan has ventured into collaborative videos with other YouTubers, most notably with Youtuber KSI on a rap song titled “Earthquake”. The video for the song has been viewed over 39 million times.
On June 2018, RiceGum became surrounded by controversy once again after he posted a series a video on his Hong Kong tour. Bryan asked locals whether they had a dog on the menu on their McDonald's, a joke aimed at the prevailing culture of eating dogs in China. RiceGum also partnered with comedian M2THAK, parodying a scene from a Jackie Chan movie that played on racial stereotypes about Asians not being able to communicate properly in English. The videos were widely criticized and Bryan later released an apology video for his actions.
Personal Life of RiceGum
Bryan Le who is popularly known in YouTube channel as RiceGum was born on November 19, 1996. He was grown up with sister and brother in Las Vegas but his parents’ details are not disclosed in the social media.
RiceGum resides in Los Angeles. He attended Sierra Vista High School in Nevada. After his school, he joined the college but he dropped in 2016.
Talking about his relationship and girlfriend, he often spotted with different pretty ladies in his videos which creates rumors about his relationship. But exact information about his relationship is not revealed yet.
Once he was seen in controversies after uploading the video about her sister.
Engagement on Online World of RiceGum
RiceGum is an internet celebrity and extensively engages on social networking platforms. RiceGum has more than 5 million followers on Instagram and more than 3 million followers on Twitter. RichGum also has a secondary Youtube channel that has more than a million subscribers.
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