RiceGum’s Net Worth. RiceGum is an American YouTube personality and musician who has a net worth of $8 million. RiceGum was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, before moving to Los Angeles, California.

RiceGum's Net Worth
RiceGum’s Net Worth

His real name is Bryan Le, and he is a video blogger. His main YouTube channel, RiceGum, has more than 10 million subscribers, and his second channel, RiceGumExtra, has more than 1.5 million.

RiceGum’s Net Worth

His main channel has more than 1.7 billion views, while his second channel has more than 43 million views. He started 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 Biography

Bryan Quang Le, better known as RiceGum, is an American YouTuber, rapper, and social media influencer. He was born on November 19, 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada. His dad is from Vietnam, and his mom is from China. Growing up, RiceGum was a quiet and introverted child, preferring to spend time playing video games and watching YouTube videos.

He was enrolled at Sierra Vista High School, where he was on the basketball squad. RiceGum followed the Institute of Nevada in Las Vegas before quitting the place so that he could build his career online. Byan uploaded his first video to YouTube in October 2012. His first video was his “Call of Duty” gameplay because he wanted to show others how he managed to be so good in this popular video game.

He collaborated with Mia Khalifa on Twitch at the age of 18. On December 15, 2015, he uploaded his first roast video, These Kids Must Be Stopped, criticizing child web stars Jacob Sartorius, Hunter Rowland, and Loren Beech. In this video, he criticizes these teenagers and children for posting their dance videos, which have sexual connotations. He even enacted how his mother would react if he did such activities, thus being judgmental about the parenting of these children.

The success of this video led to a series that went viral on social media. These videos received varied reactions and views from fans and heightened his popularity. At present, he has more than 10.2 million subscribers on YouTube and about 3.6 million followers on Instagram.

RiceGum’s Career

RiceGum started his YouTube career by uploading Call of Duty gameplay with commentary. After a few years, he switched to creating comedy-type content, dissing kids on Musically. He became more popular for his negative content about other influencers and content creators on YouTube. According to estimations, throughout RiceGum’s YouTube career, he has generated approximately $11,340,000 from this platform alone.

Back in the days when YouTubers generated more income for every 1,000 views than today, In 2016, this YouTuber gained 1 million subscribers on his main channel and earned an estimated $57,000. After a year, he had 9 million subscribers and earned approximately $150,000 to $200,000 monthly, equivalent to around $1.5 million to $2 million annually.

RiceGum’s Music Career

In 2017, RiceGum released a single titled “It’s Every Night Sis” featuring fellow YouTube personality Alissa Violet, which was a response track to YouTuber Jake Paul‘s viral song “It’s Everyday Bro“. It became his first charting single, debuting at number 80 and number 55 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Canadian Hot 100 charts, respectively.

The song later became certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in March 2018. The single was followed by “God Church” in July 2017. Its title was another reference to “It’s Everyday Bro“, which reached number one on the Comedy Digital Track Sales chart.

RiceGum was featured in the video for “Earthquake” by YouTube personality and rapper KSI, released on August 12, 2017. The video was viewed over 46 million times and was later removed after a dispute between the two.

In October 2017, RiceGum released “Frick da Police“, which was a diss track towards YouTube personality IDubbbz. The song charted at numbers 45 and 67 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Canadian Hot 100 charts, respectively. In December 2017, he released a Christmas song titled “Naughty or Nice“. In February and April 2018, he released the songs “Bitcoin” and “Fortnite n Chill,” respectively.

On April 2, 2020, RiceGum released the song, “DaAdult“, followed by “My Ex“, on May 1, 2020. In June 2020, he released the song “Contract Money Freestyle.

RiceGum’s Personal Life

RiceGum is known to be quite private about his personal life. However, he has mentioned in interviews that he has a younger sister and that his parents are originally from Vietnam. He has also been in a few public relationships, including one with fellow YouTuber Abby Rao.

However, Rao called him “disrespectful” for her antics on the broadcast, and the couple eventually broke up.

He is currently not dating anyone; however, he has a high crush on Ellerie Marie, as he confessed during a live video. They were both later seen performing live videos together and chilling in each other’s company. However, they have not agreed to the dating rumors.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How tall is RiceGum?

He is 188 cm (6 feet 2 inches) tall.

  • What is RiceGum’s Weight?

RiceGum weighs 143 lbs., or 70kg.

  • What cars does RiceGum own?

RiceGun owns luxury cars, which he shows off on his platforms. He owns a white Lamborghini and a white Rolls Royce, which cost him roughly $199,800 and $305,000, respectively.


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