RiceGum Wiki, Bio, Family, Career, Education, Net Worth, Social Life, Girlfriend and Body Measurements
RiceGum aka “Bryan Quang Le” is a popular American social media influencer, YouTuber, twitch gamer, vlogger, singer, rapper, and entrepreneur. He is best known for his funny content on his social media accounts. He shares videos of game commentary, skits, music, and gaming. In a short span of time, he garnered immense popularity and fame through his funny and ragging videos. He gained millions of followers on his social media accounts.
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|Real Full Birth Name||Bryan Quang Le.|
|Date of Birth||November 19, 1996.|
|Birthplace/Hometown||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.|
|Profession||Youtuber, Singer, Social Media Influencer, Twitch Gamer, Rapper, Vlogger, and Entrepreneur.|
|Home Location||Los Angeles, California, United States.|
|Height (Tall)||Feet & Inches: 6′ 0.75″.|
|Weight||Kilograms: 70 Kg.|
|Parents||Father: Luat Quang Le.|
|Mother: Quang Ly Lely.|
|Net worth||$3 million USD (as in 2020).|
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RiceGum was born on the 19th of November 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. His father’s name is Luat Quang Le and his mother’s name is Quang Ly Lely. His parents are Asians but settled in the States. He has two siblings, whose names are still unknown. He is American by nationality and his descent is Vietnamese.
RiceGum has attended Sierra Vista High School in Spring Valley, Nevada. After his graduation from high school, he enrolled himself in Nevada university. Unfortunately, in 2016 he dropped out of university to focus on his career. In 2017, RiceGum mentioned that Harvard University offered him a scholarship but he turned it down to focus on his career as a content creator.
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Rice released his first song, ‘It’s Every Night Sis’, featuring Alissa Violet, a YouTuber. It is a diss track, which was a response to the song by Jake Paul’s, ‘It’s Everyday Bro’. His first song reached no.8 on the Billboard Hot 100. That same year, Rice dropped his second single, titled “God Church.” To date, he has dropped many singles including Frick da Police, MyEx, Fortnite n Chill, and many more.
In 2012, he launched his YouTube channel under his name. The same year, he created an account on Twitter. He is very fond of video games and that made him share videos on gaming. His first gaming video was ‘Lifestory: BabySitting: Ricegum’.
Soon he caught the attention of the audience and people started liking his vlogs in various genres. He even collaborated with Machinima, a popular YouTube gaming network. He is well known for his diss tracks. His viral video series, ‘These Kids Must Be Stopped’, is based on the dissing of young web stars for their actions.
He even criticized many famous personalities including Loren Beech, Jacob Sartorius, and Hunter Rowland stating that their actions are appropriate, which led to various controversies. His YouTube channel has more than 11 million subscribers. He gained immense followers and fans in a short span of time.
RiceGum’s Net Worth
RiceGum’s estimated net worth is around $8 million. He accumulated a lot through his professional career and will continue to accumulate more fortunes in the future. Even he earns a lot from brand endorsements. He is currently leading a luxurious life with his family.
Currently, RiceGum is single and solely focusing on his professional career. Once he mentioned that he thinks he ain’t very handsome to attract the opposite sex. Furthermore, there was a dating rumor spread about Rice and Sommer Ray. Unfortunately, the couple denied it by stating that they are just good friends.
RiceGum’s Body Measurements
The YouTuber has a decent height of 6ft 1 inch and weighs around 70kgs. He usually wears specs. Her eye color is black and his hair color is also black.
RiceGum’s Social Life
RiceGum’s Instagram account has 4million followers and his Twitter account has more than 2.5 million followers. His YouTube channel has 10.5 million subscribers. He has an official Facebook page with 775k followers.
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