Vladislav Andreyevich Bumaga, also known online as Vlad A4 or A4, was born on June 5, 1996. He is the owner of the YouTube channel "A4" and a Belarusian YouTuber. He is regarded as one of the most well-known YouTubers who speaks Russian.
Bumaga founded the A4 YouTube channel on November 29, 2014, playing off his last name, which translates to "paper" (бумага). Fame arrived in 2016 following the publication of the video "24 часа в батутном цeнтре" (24 hours in a trampoline center), at which point his subscriber count rose from 200 000 to 1 million.
|Name||Vladislav Andreyevich Bumaga|
|DOB (Age)||June 5, 1996 (age 26)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||November 29th, 2014|
|Schedule/Status||4-5 videos per week|
|Net Worth||$110 million|
“When Mama Isn't Home | Когда Мамы Нет Дома” is the first video on Bumaga’s channel. In the video, Bumaga plays with a blow horn and cabinet doors.
With a parody of Griby's song "Таeт лед," which roughly translates to Ice is Melting, Bumaga launched his musical career and amassed 35 million views. "Fire," another song featuring Katya Adushkina, was released on May 31, 2019. He released the music video for "Dad" on August 12 of last year.
According to the YouTube Rewind video, Bumaga received two million likes for the video "Buy everything you can get out of the store!" and came in ninth place among the most popular YouTubers in 2019. In September 2019, Bumaga rose to the second-most popular position among all Russian-speaking YouTubers, according to Brand Analytics.
In addition to his primary channel, Bumaga also launched the puzzle-focused channels "оловно иc" in October 2019 and "A5" in December 2019.
Bumaga entered the Forbes rating for the "30 Most Promising Russians Under 30" in the "New Media" category in 2020, but he didn't take first place.
MrBeast tweeted on February 19, 2021, "The largest channel in Russia just takes my thumbnails, and photoshop's his face on mine.." This sparked controversy about A4 and other YouTube channels, including Skip the Tutorial, Troom Troom, Unspeakable, and Airrack, stealing MrBeast's thumbnails. JustDustin responded to MrBeast the same day the tweet was posted, claiming that A4 also copied their thumbnails.
On Instagram, A4 responded, saying that stealing thumbnails wasn't a big deal and that he performed 10,000 times better than MrBeast. Later, YouTuber Timeworks exposed A4 for stealing MrBeast's thumbnails in a video titled "Is This Russian Youtuber COPYING MrBeast?"
As of July 2022, Bumaga is worth $110 million, according to Net Worth Spot. A4's YouTube channel receives about 15.41 million views per day and 462.42 million views per month on average. For every a thousand views of a video on a monetized YouTube channel, they could make $3 to $7. If A4 falls within this range, according to Net Worth Spot, he would make $1.85 million per month or $27.75 million annually. Ideally, A4 could bring in up to $49.94 million annually.
Vladislav Bumaga was born on June 5, 1996, in Minsk into the family of engineer and primary school teacher Andrej Bumaha.
His early years were primarily spent in the Sierabranka microregion. He enjoyed hockey for nine years, playing forward for the youth and children's sports schools Dinamo and Yunost. He completed a year of training there. Following an injury, he gave up playing sports.
He is dating the singer and video blogger Julija Hadunova from Belarus.
Bumaga is active primarily on Instagram besides YouTube. His Instagram account has 7.1 million followers with 281,434 average likes. His Instagram page consists of pictures he posts with his friends, family, pets and cars.
Bumaga posts 3-4 videos per week. His videos reach more than a million views regularly. His content mainly consists of vlogs, challenge videos, pranks, and life hacks.
Bumaga and his friends spend 24 hours in a Kindergarten.
Bumaga and his friends attempt to escape from a cardboard prison.
Bumaga spends 24 hours in a Tesla with his friends.
Bumaga becomes a ghost for 24 hours in this skit.
A. Bumaga has made 3 singles and a mini album consisting of 18 songs.
A. Due to accusations that he had stolen thumbnails, MrBeast's fans started watching A4's videos. When they did, they discovered that A4's merch was similar to MrBeast's. Because of this, A4 soon faced criticism from his audience.