iDubbbz (real name – Ian Carter) is an American YouTuber best known for his comedic Content Cop, Kickstart Crap, and Bad Unboxing series.
He was born on July 27, 1990, in the United States.
Ian has two brothers, Kevin and Troy.
On Aug 18, 2012, Carter started his YouTube channel ”iDubbbzTV.”
The content of the channel is divided into six categories:
- LEGIT FOOD REVIEW;
- Kickstarter Crap;
- whats in the box;
- Misaki Chronicles;
- Content Cop;
- Bad Unboxing.
”Content Cop” is probably his most famous series. In this series, Carter critics the content on other YouTube channels. Some of these YouTube channels include – RiceGum, Tana Mongeau, Calvin “LeafyIsHere” Vail, and Daniel “Keemstar” Keem.
In 2014, he appeared on Daniel Keem’s ”DramaAlert” channel.
On April 9, 2015, Ian started a secondary channel, iDubbbzTV2. On the channel, Carter usually uploads vlogs.
On April 21, 2015, Carter started another channel, iDubbbzgames, where he published videos of him playing computer games.
In 2016, he appeared in one episode (Human Cake) of the web series ”The Filthy Frank Show.”
In October 2017, Ian released the diss track “Asian Jake Paul.” The video on YouTube has over 83 million views. Pewdiepie appeared in the video. It reached #24 on Billboard’s US R&B/HH Digital Song Sales chart. On ”Asian Jake Paul,” Carter actually disses RiceGum.
”I don’t have to give this bit of mucus the satisfaction of having his name in the title or his face in the thumbnail,” Carter said. RiceGum responded with several videos. In one of the videos, RiceGum called Carter a ”27-year-old game nerd.”
Also in 2017, Carter was featured in an episode of the ”Ricky Berwick” series.
In October 2016, iDubbbz began dating Anisa Jomha, a popular social media celebrity who has been banned for three days on Twitch in April 2020 after she announced that she would be selling private photos through a subscription service.
According to reports, Carter supported Anisa’s decision to sell her photos on the site.
Carter’s support for her decision sparked memes about the YouTuber, calling him a “simp.” In March 2020, he went along with the jokes in a tweet.
Note – a “simp” is defined by Merriam-Webster as a simpleton.
”I love my girlfriend, and I’m totally fine with it. It doesn’t affect me,” Carter said in a video. ”If you are upset by me admitting this, then I suggest you go idolize someone else.”
PewDiePie made a video about the iDubbbz’s controversy. ”I thought simp was the person that paid for stuff but didn’t get any of the action,” said Pewdiepie. He added: ”I thought that was the definition. The people who do anything for a woman, just in the hope of something. It doesn’t make any sense.”
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6’0″ (183 cm)
In 2017, a hacking collective known as the “Lizard Squad” terminated the iDubbbz channel after they hacked onto YouTube servers. His channel was back up in 24h.
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iDubbbz – Net Worth
Carter earned most of his wealth from being the creator of several successful YouTube channels, iDubbbzgames, iDubbbzTV2, and iDubbbzTV.
Ian is best known for his popular Content Cop series, where the YouTuber has called creators out for their unsavory behavior on social media. On all his YouTube channels, Carter has over 1.6 billion views, meaning about $3.5 million in revenue before taxes.
He also sells merch on several websites. Therefore, YouTube personality iDubbbz has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million.
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