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Popular Male YouTube Star Told to Die After Assaulting The Gabbie Show

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If you aren’t familiar with what’s been going on between RiceGum and The Gabbie Show, we don’t know what you’ve been doing for the past few days. Basically, the 20-year-old YouTuber got mad at the 26-year-old former Viner for Snapchatting him at a party, so he proceeded to grab her arms, hold her down and smash her phone to pieces. Gabrielle Hanna initially said Bryan Le (Rice’s real name) “hit [her] in the middle of a party,” but later clarified that he “didn’t beat the sh*t out of [her],” but rather “grabbed [her], twisted [her] arm and held [her] down.” So, you know — physical assault.

Snapchat (TheGabbieShow)

Snapchat (TheGabbieShow)

RG didn’t appreciate TGS’ allegations, because he says he never hit her, so therefore she was lying just for attention. The problematic YT star also mocked her for showing her injuries and threatened to make “sh*t…worse” if she didn’t publicly apologize. Needless to say, the guy is a serious d-bag and is the reason why many abuse victims are afraid to come forward.

While YouTubers like Tana Mongeau, Andrea Russett and Ricky Dillon showed Gabbie their support by sending her loving messages, fans of the comedienne decided to go a different route — telling RiceGum to die.

Listen, we’re not saying RiceGum’s actions were justified AT ALL. In fact, we think his attempt to downplay what he did to Gabbie is absolutely disgusting. That being said, it’s never okay tell someone to die, or threaten to hurt them, no matter the situation.

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