Who is Mumkey Jones?

Mumkey Jones is a popular YouTube star, who achieved fame by uploading anime reviews and commentary videos on his official channel. However, since his rise to prominence, Mumkey was a victim of the cancel culture, and his channel alongside all his videos deleted from the platform.

So, What Happened to Mumkey Jones?

Mumkey’s channels were terminated by YouTube in December 2018. His content became rather controversial, as he began mocking Elliot Rodger, who was responsible for the 2014 Isla Vista killings. Furthermore, it was also discovered that Mumkey was cheating on his girlfriend, which only further contributed to his career decline.

He has since started his own website – The Mumkey Jones Archive – on which he has uploaded some of his most memorable videos. Before his YouTube channel was terminated, he had more than 300,000 subscribers.

Real Name, Age, Childhood, and Education

Born Tyler Millard on 13 July 1995 under the Cancer zodiac sign, in Des Moines, Iowa USA, Mumkey hasn’t shared any information about his childhood, his parents, and siblings if any. It is said that he spent most of his early days with his uncle as his parents were both working. While with his uncle, Mumkey would wear a monkey face mask and watch anime.

His educational background also remains a mystery, though he said that he finished high school, but didn’t continue his education as he wanted to focus on his YouTube career.

Career Beginnings

Mumkey was just 12 years old when he started his first YouTube channel, under the name Knubs. With his friends, he would make and upload parody videos, however, just two years later, his channel was removed as it was revealed that he used copyrighted material in one of his videos, and refused to delete it.

Nevertheless, he continued his YouTube career under the new pseudonym, Therandmhaterguy.

Mumkey Jones

However, this one survived even shorter, and then he created the Mumkey and Bigs Show, another channel, this time as a collaboration with his friend Branden. It was a Let’s Play channel, however, after a while, Mumkey started making anime reviews too.

He decided to go solo, and started Mumkey’s Anime Review channel, but this channel was also deleted after he uploaded the video entitled “Hentai XXX big boobs”.

Mumkey Jones Channels

In 2016, Mumkey started his first Mumkey Jones channel, on which he continued making anime review videos, but also non-anime-related videos, including mail unboxing videos, film reviews, video essays, and others.

Nevertheless, his most important videos were about the killer Elliot Rodger, which eventually led to the termination of his channels. The particular project “Munkey Jones Stops a School Shooting”, which was a collaboration with Derek Savage who created the Cool Cat series, was one of Mumkey’s biggest controversies to date, though he considers it the high point of his YouTube career. Once this channel was terminated, Mumkey Jones started the new Mumkey Jones channel, on which he began making comedic videos and live reaction videos to certain anime series. Furthermore, he created a few audience-oriented art contests, but this channel was also closed as a response to his previous controversial videos.

Countdown to Suicide and Gaming Expedition

Mumkey created the vlog channel, Mumkey’s Countdown to Suicide, onto which he would upload vlog-styled videos in which he talked about his depressive thoughts and stories. He would later turn this channel into Simian Jimmy.

He is an avid gamer as well, and as a result, he started the Mumkey’s Gaming Expedition channel, onto which he would upload gameplay videos. However, this channel was also terminated in 2018, when he tried to use it as his main channel.

Simian Jimmy

Following these terminations, Mumkey started his new channel Simian Jimmy, and moved back to Des Moines, Iowa, to his roots of anime reviews and short film reviews.

Furthermore, he created a few other series, including “History of Humanity” and “Wheel of Cursed Meals”, among others. He currently has over 175,000 subscribers, and his videos have been viewed more than five million times. Some of his most popular videos include “Top 5 Words that Rhyme with Bigger”, which has over 780,000 views, then “This man was Canceled. I will UNCANCEL him.”, viewed more than 365,000 times, and “The Untold Truth of NerdCity”, with more than 285,000 views, in addition to a number of other videos that have only increased his popularity.

Personal Life, Dating, Girlfriend, Cheating Scandal

When it comes to his personal life, this also hasn’t gone without a scandal.

He was in a relationship with another YouTube star, known under the pseudonym Sheepover. However, their relationship ended when it was revealed that Mumkey was cheating on her with another YouTuber, Liu the Kitty. Nevertheless, his romance with Liu also didn’t last long, and Mumkey was bashed by the community and fans for cheating on his girlfriend.

Net Worth

As of mid- 2021, Mumkey Jones’ net worth has been estimated to be around $1.5 million, earned through his successful yet controversial career as an online content creator. Though he faced some tough times and scandals, he has emerged almost unscathed, and ben able to continue his career.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

This prominent YouTuber has black hair and dark brown eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 6ins (1.68m), while he weighs approximately 136lbs (62kgs). His vital statistics and shoe size are currently unknown.

Hobbies and Interests

Growing up, Mumkey often watched anime series, and his love for anime characters has remained until the present day, and he’s built his career on anime reviews.

In addition, his other interests are traveling, making funny songs, and videos. His dark and sarcastic humor has caused him a couple of problems, but he has persisted, and his fans are rather loyal to him.

He enjoys outdoor activities, including hiking and running.

He is an avid animal lover, and has a pet cat.

Author

Robbie is currently a reporter for TheBiography based in Santa Monica, CA. Prior to joining TheBiography in December 2020, he was an entertainment reporter in People.

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