RiceGum Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

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RiceGum Quick Info
Height 6 ft 0.75 in
Weight 70 kg
Date of Birth November 19, 1996
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Eye Color Dark Brown

RiceGum is an American singer and social media personality known for his popularity on various social media platforms. He has released popular singles like It’s Every Night Sis and has done endorsement work for brands like Monster headphones. He has a self-titled YouTube channel with more than 10 million subscribers. RiceGum has a huge social media fan base with more than 5 million followers on Instagram and more than 3 million followers on Twitter.

Born Name

Bryan Le

Nick Name

RiceGum

RiceGum in an Instagram selfie as seen in October 2016
RiceGum in an Instagram selfie as seen in October 2016 (RiceGum / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Scorpio

Born Place

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Residence

Los Angeles, California, United States

Nationality

American

Education

Bryan Le went to the Sierra Vista High School in Spring Valley, Nevada.

In his tweet in August 2017, he claimed that he was offered a full scholarship by the Harvard College for the college education. But, he decided to turn it down as he wanted to focus on his YouTube career.

Occupation

YouTube Personality, Musician

Family

  • Father – Luat Quang Le
  • Mother – Quang Ly Lely
  • Siblings – He has an older brother and a younger sister.

Manager

RiceGum is represented by his own management team.

Genre

Hip-hop, Rap, Comedy, Diss Tracks

Instruments

Vocals

Labels

SYFT Inc.

Build

Slim

Height

6 ft 0.75 in or 185 cm

Weight

70 kg or 154 lbs

RiceGum in a selfie with his mom in May 2017
RiceGum in a selfie with his mom in May 2017 (RiceGum / Instagram)

Girlfriend / Spouse

Bryan has dated –

  1. Sommer Ray (2017) – Rumor
  2. Abby Rao (2019) – Bryan had dated Instagram star and social media influencer Abby Rao through most of 2019 but the duo broke up in November of that year. Although the split appeared amicable on the surface, Bryan alleged in a Twitch stream in April 2020 that Abby had never supported his choices. Abby reacted by putting up a video that said that she was hurt by his actions and that she had never spoken up about the way she had been treated in the relationship.

Race / Ethnicity

Asian

He has Vietnamese ancestry.

Hair Color

Black

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

Lanky body

Brand Endorsements

RiceGum has used his strong social media presence to promote his own clothing line, RiceGum Clothing. He has promoted other accessories such as backpacks using his social media activity as well.

He has also been featured in a commercial for Monster headphones, which was featured during Super Bowl LII.

RiceGum in a selfie in February 2017
RiceGum in a selfie in February 2017 (RiceGum / Instagram)

Best Known For

  • The immense popularity of his main YouTube channel, which has more than 10 million subscribers. He also has more than 2 million subscribers on his secondary channel.
  • His strong presence on various social media platforms. He has more than 5 million followers on his Instagram account.
  • The popularity of his single, It’s Every Night Sis, which was certified as ‘Platinum’ by RIAA. It was released in response to Jake Paul‘s popular song It’s Everyday Bro.

As a Singer

RiceGum has earned a reputation for high quality of his diss tracks. His first single, It’s Every Night Sis, was also a diss track. He featured his friend and fellow social media personality, Alissa Violet in the single.

RiceGum as seen in March 2017
RiceGum as seen in March 2017 (RiceGum / Instagram)

RiceGum Facts

  1. He was caught up in a controversy after he dissed Alabama Parker, who is the daughter of singer Travis Parker, in his vlog as he termed her actions inappropriate and criticized her upbringing. His video was deleted after her father and stepmother filed a complaint with YouTube.
  2. In 2017, the social media personality Gabbie Hanna alleged that RiceGum had assaulted her and destroyed her phone. He responded by refuting all the allegations and opted to openly mock her.
  3. In September 2012, he created his YouTube channel. He initially focused on recording videos of him playing various games such as Call of Duty and Modern Warfare 3. In fact, his first video was of playing the latter.
  4. After a brief hiatus from YouTube, he returned to the video streaming platform with These Kids Must Be Stopped series in which he dissed Musical.ly kids such as Loren Beech, Mark Thomas (Duhitzmark), Jacob Sartorius (HipLikeJacob), and Trey Sartorius (TreySartorius).
  5. He is the founding member of the social media collective, CloutGang. The other members of the group include Alissa Violet, Ugly God, and FaZe Banks.
  6. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Featured Image by RiceGum / Instagram

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