Wengie Biography and Net Worth
|Net Worth $5 million|
|Real Name Wendy Jie Huang|
|Birth Date 9 January 1986|
|Age 36 years|
|Birthplace Guangzhou, China|
|Profession Youtuber, vlogger, singer|
Wengie or WRAYA is the stage name of Wendy Jie Huang, an Australian-Chinese YouTuber, vlogger, pop singer, and voice actress. She is the most well-known Australian YouTuber as of 2022 with over 13.7 million subscribers to her channel. As of January 2018, her YouTube channel had the sixth-highest subscriber count among “how-to and style” channels.
Wengie is one individual who can give you a ton of advice to enhance your game if you are one of those people who live to be a fashionista. Wengie’s YouTube channel is filled with everything from nutrition and exercise tips to beauty and cosmetics tutorials to straightforward life hacks.
Wengie Early Life
In China’s Guangzhou, Wengie was born. “Wen-Jie” is how her name is pronounced in Chinese. She was given the English name “Wengie” when her parents moved to Melbourne, Australia when she was a young child. Jim is her younger brother’s name. She graduated in 2004 from an all-girls secondary school in Sydney, Australia. She studied accounting in college after earning her degree in 2004.
She earned her accounting degree in 2008, worked as an accountant before quitting, and then found a new position as a social media consultant. She also owns two cats, Coco and Boomba, who are featured on the Munchkin cat channel. Living in Australia is Wengie. In the United States, she also has residences in Los Angeles, California.
Wengie used to be just another typical corporate worker, working normal 9–5 hours for a respectable six-figure salary. She used to blog every now and then to allow her creativity to run free, but never for financial gain. However, she simply could not ignore her desire of becoming well-known in the world of videos.
Wengie YouTube Career
On September 9, 2010, Wengie signed up for YouTube. She published her debut video in 2013. Since then, she has posted videos featuring DIYs, challenges, experiments, pranks, slime videos, and life hacks. Along with videos of her childhood, Wengie has also previously uploaded a video called Draw My Life. Wengie’s “Twin Sister” (Wendy) has made several appearances in her videos. In reality, Wendy is not her twin. She is really a made-up persona that Wengie invented in order to become more well-known.
Wengie published a 10-minute video titled “Goodbye Mia” on June 23, 2020, detailing the death of her cat Mia. She was one of the YouTube stars with the quickest growth as of 2016, gaining more than 4 million subscribers in just three years. She has concentrated on “Do It Yourself” (DIY) videos, prank videos, and slime videos during 2018. During her YouTube career, she has accumulated over 1.8 billion views.
Wengie YouTube channels
Five channels make up Wengie. Wengie Music is the name of the music channel where she publishes her unique songs. Wengie Life is the channel where she publishes vlogs, Q&A, and other, more intimate videos than she does on her main channel. ReactiCorns, her third channel, displays reactions that formerly featured her ex-fiancé, Max. Originally known as “Jumbo Bunny,” ReactiCorns featured her fiancé, Max, performing DIYs. Later, it was modified to ReactiCorns.
She also has a main channel where she publishes slime videos, 24-hour challenges, hacks, and prank videos. She publishes videos of herself making slime on her channel, How to Slime. She uploads videos of her cats participating in challenges and compilations on her most recent channel, Munchkin.
Wengie Music career
Wengie has two original songs under his belt in addition to being a YouTuber. On November 25, 2017, she released “Oh I Do,” her debut song. It is both her debut song and her only version of a Chinese song. She released “Cake,” her debut English song, on July 10, 2018. She released “Empire,” her debut Korean song, on October 18, 2019.
On May 1, 2020, she released “Learn To Meow,” her second Chinese single, which quickly became popular in China and peaked at number one on the Chinese Music Chart. XiaoPanPan and XiaoFengFeng are featured in this song. On her music channel, these songs were made available. In 2017’s Australian and New Zealand versions of The Powerpuff Girls, she provided the voice of Bliss.
Wengie left Wengie Music in June 2021 and announced in a video on her music channel that her alter-ego, Wraya, would be taking over. Wraya released her debut song, “Bitter,” on June 24, 2021. She released the song “Trust Issues” on July 29, 2021, and the music video for the song was made available on August 7, 2021.
Wengie, a well-known social media personality, keeps many details about her personal life private. Well, she and her longtime partner Max were engaged in the middle of 2015. The two first connected in 2011 while filming some YouTube videos. Wengie and Max split up on February 7, 2022, according to her announcement.
Regarding Wengie achievements, the 2017 Australian Online Video Awards named her “Best Channel” and “Overall Winner” for her YouTube channel.
Wengie Net worth
The talented Wengie has made a fortune from her work on YouTube. She has an estimated net worth of around $5 million. She currently has a comfortable lifestyle thanks to her reliable source of income.