RiceGum is a popular content creator on YouTube and a rapper, making diss tracks about famous YouTubers.

Currently, he has over 10 million subscribers and more than 2.18 billion views on his YouTube main channel, the “RiceGum”.

Aside from being a YouTuber, he is also a Twitch streamer. His Twitch channel has over 1 million followers.

Through his video content about roasting other people, he kept his name relevant on the internet and effectively gained new subscribers and a whopping number of views.

He had 9 million YouTube subscribers in 2017 from having 1 million in the middle of the previous year.

However, in recent months, he seems to be quiet and rarely uploads videos and streams on his channels.

RiceGum Net Worth 2024

RiceGum makes money through his YouTube videos, Twitch streams, Spotify tracks, and sponsorships.

His content was mostly dissing different internet personalities, which attracts attention and virality.

RiceGum did not disclose his earnings and net worth, however, based on estimations, his net worth reached approximately $8 million.

Among his sources of income are the million views and subscribers on his YouTube channels RiceGum, RiceLive, and FamilyGum.

Another is his Twitch followers, subscribers, and donations. As well as his released music on Spotify, and sponsorship deals with various brands.

All About RiceGum


The real name of the YouTuber and Twitch streamer, RiceGum, is Bryan Quang Le. He was born in Las Vegas and eventually moved to Los Angeles.

He created his YouTube channel in 2012 and uploaded his videos playing Call of Duty. In the same year, he had a partnership with Machinima.

A few years after, RiceGum created comedy videos about young people using the Musical.ly app. Later on, he produced rap that disses well-known YouTubers.

His “It’s Every Night Sis” made it to number 80 on the Billboard Hot 100. He continuously became famous for his diss tracks about other internet personalities.

He got involved in controversies with Gabbie Hanna, Bhad Bhabie, Hasan Piker, James Rallison, IDubbbz, and Jake Paul.

RiceGum had its first million YouTube subscribers in 2016 and an additional 8 million in 2017, a total of 9 million by the end of the year.

He reached 10 million subscribers in the following year. Aside from YouTube, he also streams on Twitch once or twice a week.

Currently, he is not uploading videos on his YouTube channels and does not have stream schedules on Twitch. His earnings this year have decreased due to these reasons.

Analysts assume that he should be generating $60,000 on YouTube and $250,000 on Twitch, equivalent to a minimum of $250,000 to $300,000 in income.

RiceGum on YouTube

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 Musical.ly.

He became more popular for his diss 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 years when YouTubers generate 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.

Below is a list of RiceGum’s YouTube channels:

  • RiceGum channel has 10.1 million subscribers and 2,180,442,818 total views as of December 2022
  • RiceLive channel has 1.36 million subscribers and 61,465,001 total views as of December 2022
  • FamilyGum channel has 774 thousand subscribers and 32,945,055 total views as of December 2022

RiceGum on Twitch

RiceGum has 1.2 million followers on Twitch as of December 2022.

He started streaming Call of Duty in 2013 and continued streaming until he became famous on different content including Just Chatting, Fortnite, and GTA V.

In the past years, he streams once or twice a week for around three and a half hours per session.

He was getting approximately 54 thousand viewers for every stream and recorded about 8,400 active subscribers monthly.

The platform pays $2.50 per subscriber watching a stream. RiceGum made around $21,000 monthly or equal to $252,000 annually.

This streamer became more active on Twitch than on YouTube, however, after a few months, he also discontinued his regular streaming schedule on Twitch.

RiceGum Music

RiceGum’s raps brought him greater popularity and income. He released 9 singles in 2017.

His tracks “These Kids Must Be Stopped”, “God Church”, “DaAdult”, “My Ex”, and “Bitcoin” are some of his tracks on Spotify.

This platform pays its artists around $0.004 per single song stream.

RiceGum’s leading songs had a 101,657,407 total number of streams with more than 80 thousand monthly listeners.

Based on estimations, he generated approximately $406,701.

RiceGum Sponsorship Deal

RiceGum had a sponsorship deal with Monster Headphones and a Super Bowl commercial. He was also sponsored by “Mystery Brand”, a loot-box-style related to a gambling website.

He received different reactions and backlash from this sponsorship. Unfortunately, the sponsorship deal was revealed to be a scam.

Some YouTubers assume that he earned approximately $400 thousand from Mystery Brand.


RiceGum net worth is around $8 million.

He is known for his online feuds and disses content with various YouTubers. His content “These Kids Must Be Stopped” was his most popular video on YouTube.

Through his controversial videos, raps, streams, and social media posts, he drew more subscribers and viewers.

Starting in 2021, this YouTuber is not yet uploading content on his three YouTube channels and does not stream regularly on his Twitch account.


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