Best known by his online pseudonym RiceGum, Bryan Le is one big shot in the internet business. The American vlogger and YouTube star is also a musician who is considered as one of the fastest rising artists. He made it onto the Billboard Emerging Artists chart in 2017 and is well known for his popular videos such as These Kids Must Be Stopped where he roasted some very popular web stars like Loren Gray, Hunter Rowland, and Jacob Sartorius.
RiceGum began his YouTube channel in 2012 which today has over ten million subscribers. Read on to find out more about his career and other achievements.
RiceGum Biography (Age)
RiceGum was born as Bryan Le on November 19, 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada where he was raised by his parents; Quang Ly Lely and Luat Quang Le, along with his two younger siblings whose names are unknown. His parents are Asian; his mother from China while his father is from Vietnam.
As per his educational background, the Asian-American attended Sierra Vista High School, Las Vegas where he graduated and then moved on to the University of Las Vegas. He, however, did not complete his studies as he later dropped out in order to pursue his career as a media personality.
RiceGum started using social media in 2012, creating an account on YouTube and Twitter with his aforementioned pseudonym, a word that describes someone, mainly a guy who is constantly high and in search of promiscuous girls. At that time, he was just about 16 years of age.
On his YouTube channel, RiceGum made posts of various kinds of videos games with his first being Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The 9 minutes gaming video was followed with a number of diss tracks, funny skits and music videos which helped him gain popularity on the YouTube Platform.
Making a further effort to expand, RiceGum collaborated with a U.S-based entertainment and gaming network known as Machinima. He also worked with Mia Khalifa, another social media personality on Twitch stream. He was, however, banned from the YouTube platform after showing a BB gun in one of his videos.
RiceGum’s videos were initially focusing on games but from 2015, he shifted his interest to comedy and on December 8, 2015, he uploaded a video titled These Kids Must Be Stopped. The video had some embarrassing clips of aspiring web stars like Hunter Rowland, Jacob Sartorius, and Loren Beech. He criticized the teenage stars for making and posting their music videos that had sexual connotations. The video racked over 13 million views with varying reactions from the fans from all parts of the world. His most trending video till date, however, remains It’s Everynight Sis, where he featured the musical artist, Alissa Violet. The video also had him roasting Violet’s ex-boyfriend, Jake Paul. The video accumulated over 100 million plays and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America in March 2018.
Does He have a Girlfriend, Daughter?
The YouTube personality’s sexuality is, of course, straight but as his pseudonym says, the star is still in search of a girl who could possibly meet his needs. When his sexuality started to become a major issue of interest, the internet star cleared the air by saying he is straight.
There have been speculations that RiceGum was dating Instagram model, Sommer Ray, after a photo of the duo caught media attention. His true relationship status is, however, unknown and he does not have a daughter.
RiceGum has a younger sister who apparently was a victim of the media trolling after he made and posted a video of her on his first channel. To his dismay, the video generated lots of negative reviews. He has not spoken about her or any other member of his family since that time.
RiceGum Net Worth
With over a billion views and over 10 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, RiceGum is no doubt one of the fast-rising social media personalities we currently have. The young YouTube star has his net worth estimated at $8 million which he makes mainly from his activities on the platform.
In addition to his activities on YouTube, he also earns some money from selling his T-shirts online. The prices of the t-shirts range from $25 to $45. In 2018, he was involved in a Super Bowl commercial with Iggy Azalea. The commercial which was recorded for Monster products had the young star playing as young Noel Lee, the founder of the company. The advert did not only earn him a huge exposure but also increased his financial earnings.
RiceGum is quite tall with a height measurement of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m). The weight of his body is 70 kg, while the measurement of his chest, waist, and biceps are 38, 28, 10 inches respectively.