Bryan Quang Le, who was born on November 19, 1996, and is now 25 years old, is an American YouTuber who is better known online as RiceGum (formerly known as RiceFlavoredGum). He was raised in Las Vegas, Nevada, by a Vietnamese father and a Chinese mother.
Before he had 10 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, RiceGum said on his Twitter account that he had turned down a Harvard Scholarship so he could keep making videos for YouTube.
Bryan lives in Hollywood Hills at the moment. He used to live with other social media stars and YouTubers in the “Clout House.” He eventually moved out of the house and into his own apartment. Bryan used to post videos of himself playing Call of Duty on YouTube. On October 2, 2012, he posted his first video.
People are interested in RiceGum’s personal life in addition to his successful career. Read the article carefully to learn more.
Who Is RiceGum’s Girlfriend?
RiceGum is dating Ellerie Marie right now. They both enjoy being with each other. On their respective social media accounts, they have shared a couple of photographs from their relationship.
Know About RiceGum’s Ex-Girlfriend Sara Rose
Sara Ross is a model. She works under MILES MODELS Modeling Agency. She lives in LA. On Instagram, she is currently present as @itsarawhatt. She has a whooping amount of 324K followers. In her bio, she wrote, “Sara rose 🧸 | texas gal in LA | 23 | Sagittarius | @milesmodelsofficial | biz inquiries: [email protected] | xo.”
Sara Rose, RiceGum’s ex-girlfriend, recently appeared in Adin Rose’s YouTube video. They both went live on Adin Live with the title “Ricegum’s Ex-Girlfriend Pulls Up on Adin Ross.. 👀“. In the comment section video, people have different opinions.
User The True King said, “Can we all have a moment of silence for the dude she did dirty that was with her for 5 years. I can’t even imagine the pain bro went through but hopefully he realizes that he dodged a bullet. ” Another user btafbm commented, “5 year relationship with a guy and she left him by leaving him a note???? Can’t even say to his face wtf she for the streeeeeeets.”
Know More About RiceGum
Le was born in China to Vietnamese parents. He went to Sierra Vista High School and played basketball. Le attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas before dropping out during his first year to focus solely on his online business.
In 2017, Le released “It’s Every Night Sis,” a response track to YouTuber Jake Paul’s viral song “It’s Everyday Bro.” It was Le’s first charting single, peaking at number 80 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 55 on the Canadian Hot 100.
RiceGum appeared in the Monster headphones Super Bowl LII commercial. In the commercial, he plays a subway rider who is inspired by Iggy Azalea to create a custom headset that is accepted by an executive.
RiceGum released the song “DaAdult” on April 2, 2020, followed by “My Ex” on May 1, 2020. RiceGum released the song “Contract Money Freestyle” in June 2020.