RiceGum Net Worth: Fun facts, Salary, House, Wiki, Age, height, Cars

RiceGum Net Worth:$8 Million

Net Worth:$8 Million
Age:24 years old
Date of Birth:Nov 19, 1996
Place of Birth:Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Height: 5 feet 8 inches
Profession:YouTuber and musician
Nationality:American

RiceGum net worth 2022:

RiceGum has a net worth of $8 million. RiceGum was born in Las Vegas, Nevada before moving to Los Angeles, California.

RiceGum used to be very active on all his social media platforms. As of late, he has paused uploading on his YouTube channels and does not have a regular streaming schedule, streaming once every one or two weeks.

Keeping this in mind, his earnings would have taken a hit as compared to when he was actively streaming. He is said to make anywhere between $15k to $20k a month on YouTube, and $500k to $770k every year.

His real name is Bryan Le and he is a video blogger.

Ricegum Wiki

Real NameBryan Quang Le
DOBNovember 19, 1996
Height5 feet 8 inches
AddressLos Angeles, California, United States
Marital Status/PartnerNobody/Unknown
Source of WealthOnline streamer, Content Creator, Sponsorships
Net Worth$8 million

His main YouTube channel RiceGum has more than 10 million subscribers and his second channel RiceGumExtra has more than 1.5 million.

Bryan Quang “RiceGum” Le is a YouTuber, Twitch streamer, and music artist who is mostly known for his controversies involving other YouTubers as well as his diss track releases.

He started on YouTube in 2012 at the age of 16, uploading Call of Duty gameplay with commentary.

He has stated that the reason he began making YouTube videos was that he wanted to “retire my parents, buy some clothes, not go to college, [I wanted to] have really pretty girls around me.”

He floated around YouTube and Twitch for a while, streaming gameplay for his viewers. He gained a substantial following during his early days on Twitch, while playing Call of Duty.

RiceGum Biography:

RiceGum was born as Bryan Quang Le on the 19th November, 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada. His parents are both Vietnamese, but moved to the United States. RiceGum created his YouTube and Twitter accounts in October 2012, and initially uploaded simple videos of himself playing the video game Call of Duty.

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He then began venturing into the diss track side of YouTube around the time it was trending in 2017, with his single “It’s Every Night Sis” featuring Alissa Violet, directed towards her ex Jake Paul. He joined a social-media influencer group named “Clout Gang” in the same year, parodying Jake Paul’s Team 10 set-up.

RiceGum is known for stirring controversies by getting into arguments with other internet personalities such as Jake Paul, Hasan Piker, Bhad Babie, Gabbie Hanna, and many others; he has also been criticized for his behavior on several occasions.

One of those was when he spoke to a survivor of sexual assault, and another time where he promoted a scam site that used gambling-esque features to lure in their users.

His main channel has more than 1.7 billion views while his second channel has more than 43 million views. He started out as a gamer on YouTube. RiceGum appeared in a commercial for Monster headphones during Super Bowl LII.

His debut single “It’s Every Night Sis” (featuring Alissa Violet) reached #34 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart, #55 in Canada, and #80 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified Platinum. His single “Frick da Police” reached #45 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart and #67 in Canada.

RiceGum only reached his first million subscribers in the middle of 2016, but by the end of 2017 he’d already amassed a total of 10 million.

Highlights

Here are some of the best highlights of RiceGum’s career:

  • Created his YouTube Channel (2012)
  • “These Kids Must Be Stopped” YouTube Series (2015)
  • Number 80 on the US Billboard Hot 100 (2017)
  • Turned down a Harvard Scholarship (2017)
  • 10 Million YouTube Subscribers (2018)

Favorite Quotes from RiceGum

“If you spend your free time reading inspirational quotes on Google you will be successful one day.” – RiceGum

Some days I be feeling as useless as the “G” in Lasagna.” – RiceGum

“I remember when the Internet was an escape from the real world. Now, the real world is an escape from the internet” – RiceGum

“I want this music video to be great and you can’t rush greatness. I know millions of people are gonna watch this so Ima take an extra day.” – RiceGum

“If your girl laughs at another guy’s joke. Write down that joke and say it a month later. If she doesn’t laugh she is 100% cheating.” – RiceGum

“Kids from my elementary school trying to be friends now, but I remember when they didn’t let me sit with them at lunch, lol.” – RiceGum

“Sorry mom, I can’t hang out today. I have to find old pictures of us and post them online.” – RiceGum