RiceGum Bryan Le Net Worth

March 8, 2023
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Bryan Le, better known by his nickname RiceGum, was born on the 19th November 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada USA, of Vietnamese descent. He is a famous YouTube personality, online gamer and vlogger, probably best recognized for his most popular video “These Kids Must Be Stopped” from his own YouTube channel called RiceGum. He has been an active member of the entertainment industry since 2012.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Bryan Le is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Bryan’s net worth is over $1 million; his salary per month is reputed to be over $125,000, accumulated through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry as a YouTube personality and vlogger.

Bryan Le Net Worth $1 Million

Bryan Le was raised with his siblings in a middle class family by his father, Luat Quang Le, and his mother, Quang Ly Lely. He attended Sierra Vista High School, and upon matriculation, he enrolled at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas; however, he quit his education after several months in order to pursue his career in the entertainment industry.

Bryan actually became active in the entertainment industry while he was in high school, when he started playing video games with his classmates, and subsequently he decided to create his own YouTube channel under the username RiceGum, in order to record his gaming streams, and uploaded it there. His first video was released in November of 2012, entitled “Life story: BabySitting Ricegum”, a video about the Call of Duty game, which brought numerous viewers to his channel. Parallel with that, he started streaming his playing on the video platform Twitch, on which he collaborated with famous porn actress Mia Khalifa in 2012. Thanks to these activities, he gained more than 1.5 million views on top of 180,000 subscribers, which marked the beginning of an increase of his net worth. He continued with filming gameplay videos until 2015, when he decided to quit that.

Nonetheless, Bryan’s breakthrough came in December of 2015, when he recorded his first viral video entitled “These Kids Must Be Stopped”, which enormously increased his popularity as well as his net worth. Afterwards, he continued with the series of the videos, where he began making fun of things and famous personalities, such as Loren Beech, Hunter Rowland and Jacob Sartorius. He uploaded a video per week, which led to his number of subscribers began to grow.

To speak further about his career, Bryan currently makes videos about other people who dislike his channel. Some of the most popular videos are “Jesse From Prank VS Prank And Milonakis Roast Me (Diss Track)”, and “Baby Ariel Roast Me (Diss Track)” among many others. His net worth is certainly rising.

When it comes to speak about his personal life, Bryan Le claims that he has never been in a relationship. Other information about his private life is unknown in the media, as he obviously keeps it for himself. He actually still lives with his parents in his hometown. Additional to his career, Bryan is also active on other social media platforms, including his official Twitter and Instragram accounts.

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