Aaron Doh was born on February 7, 1995, in Texas. The social media star is best known for his outrageous outbursts on Vine, where he amassed over 1.3 million followers. He later achieved success on the app musical.ly, where he amassed over 2 million fans before it was acquired by TikTok. He released his debut album, Love Lies, in August 2018. He remade Jerome Jarre's "How to be awkward" and "Why is she chasing me?" vines. In May of 2013, he uploaded his first Vine video with the caption, "Don't drink and drive kids".
He is also well-known on Twitter and Instagram, where he has tens of thousands of followers. More of his content is available to his followers on Snapchat and Facebook. With his extraordinary talent, he quickly landed a couple of roles on American television. He is best known for his roles in TV shows such as Clip: Mr Student Body President.
Name (User Name)
Aaron Doh @aarondoh
7 February, 1995 (27 years)
YouTube: 447,000 subscribers
Instagram: 466,523 million followers
TikTok: 7.3 million fans
Aaron Doh and his vines captivated his audience with hilarious outbursts and other relatable dramatic real-life situations. His early videos, such as “Don’t drink and drive kids” and “The second most relatable Vine ever”, received over four million total loops. Needless to say, the early spotlight gave Aaron an advantage, and he quickly became a household name in the Vine community.
Aaron Doh’s distinct sense of humor, sometimes hidden behind dark and subtle sarcasm, was what his audience could relate to and turned them into his most ardent supporters. Soon after, his vines became the talk of the town, and by August 2015, Aaron had over a million followers and over two million video loops.
Despite the fact that Vine had shut down, Aaron Doh remained motivated and believed that it was not the end of the road. By the end of 2014, he had joined YouTube and was using the platform to spread his legacy to a wider audience. Aaron’s rants and sketches, such as “Story time” Sunday, have helped him gain popularity as a social media personality, and he now has over 451,000 subscribers. Aside from his eccentric videos, he has begun vlogging on his YouTube channel and has already created quite a stir with his collaborations.
As per various sources, Aaron has an estimated net worth of $250 thousand as of November 2022. As per SocialBlade, his YouTube channel helps him earn an estimated amount of $10 - $159 per month and $120 - $1.9K per year. His earnings from his TikTok account are estimated to be $4,380 - $7,300 per post, according to various sources. He earns anywhere between $1,396.5 - $2,327.5 per sponsored post on his Instagram account.
Aaron Doh was born on February 7, 1995, in the United States. He shared a photo of his parents on Twitter and has had his younger sister appear in several of his Vine videos. Aaron used social media to shape his career after graduating from high school. He currently resides in Los Angeles and was previously involved with the attractive social media influencer Kaitlyn Mackenzie. He proposed to her in 2016, but they called off the wedding and split up. He then began dating Doni Tosh.
Aaron is active on many social media platforms apart from TikTok. His fame on TikTok has helped him achieve similar fame on other platforms.
On YouTube, his channel has over 447k subscribers with more than 25 million video views. He posts irregularly on his channel and garners many views from his videos. He posts reaction videos and videos where he explores a haunted place.
His Instagram account has over 466k followers, 8.9 thousand average likes, and 84 average comments on his account. According to SocialBlade, his account has a 1.93% engagement rate with 684 uploads. He posts reels which are similar to his TikTok videos, selfies, and updates about his life.
In this clip, Aaron reacts to two clips of the bottle flip challenge.
Aaron, in this TikTok, reacts to another creator smacking themself in the face with a nunchuck.
Aaron reacts to a spooky clip of a cupboard opening up by itself in this TikTok.
Aaron, in this clip, reacts to a user of TikTok rolling and breaking a glass bottle on the pavement.