LC the Chinese Esports on YouTube, a Shanghai-based YouTuber, has called out popular vlogger RiceGum for his shenanigans in Hong Kong last month.
On June 12, RiceGum, whose real name is Bryan Le, uploaded a video in which he made a fool of himself in public while blatantly insulting locals by asking them ridiculous questions in English. The video was widely condemned online, with many saying that he was being disrespectful and culturally insensitive in a foreign country.
Bryan Le, aka RiceGum, has defended himself amid waves of criticism directed at his recent video of “joking around” Hong Kong.
In the six-minute video, the Asian American YouTuber can be seen asking locals where to eat cats and dogs, “where the hoes at” and whether massage services offered “happy endings.”
Asian American YouTuber Ricegum has offended viewers after filming himself in Hong Kong in a manner that many may consider to be disrespectful.
Ricegum, whose real name is Bryan Le, flew to Hong Kong with his vlogging sidekick, prankster M2THAK.
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RiceGum, 21, who’s real name is Bryan Le, is a Vietnamese-American YouTuber known for his comedy video and diss tracks to other YouTubers. Le and fellow YouTuber Alissa Violet worked together on the song and released it in June last year. It was widely successful and reached 80 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart on September 19, 2017. Since then, the video has racked up over 135 million views on YouTube and counting.