Roi Fabito (b. August 21, 1991) is a Filipino-American internet personality, also professionally known as Guava Juice. He is best known for his outlandish challenge videos, vlogs, DIYs and experiments. He was also part of Wassabi Productions, with Alex Wassabi, until Roi’s departure in 2016.
Roi joined YouTube in 2006, and at the time started making random videos with his best friend Alex Wassabi. They went viral very quickly, and later created Wassabi Productions, a company that produced comedic skits and sketches, parodies, as well as vlogs, on YouTube. During his tenure at Wassabi Productions, Roi cosplayed a female unhinged character named Rolanda, while his partner Alex cosplayed a male character named Richard.
Since his departure from Wassabi Productions, Roi has gone on to create and produce content on his solo channels, including his main channel, his gaming channel, his second channel as well as his podcast and YouTube Shorts channel.
Currently, all his YouTube channels have a combined 20 million subscribers.
|Profile Name||Guava Juice|
|Height||5’6” (170 cm)|
|Weight||70 kg (156 lbs)|
|DOB (Age)||August 21, 1991; age 30 years|
|DOJ (YouTube)||July 18, 2016|
|Net Worth||$4.67 million|
|Residence||Los Angeles, California|
Roi was born in Dagupan City in the province of Pangasinan in the Philippines. When he was 2 years old, he and his family moved to Durham, North Carolina. He has three younger siblings - Reymound, Russell, and Ariel.
He joined YouTube in July 2006 and began creating videos with his friend Alex Burriss, known as Alex Wassabi. The pair became famous, and in 2008 formed their own venture called Wassabi Productions. He went to Durham Tech Community College to study nursing but then left. He subsequently joined North Carolina State University in a Computer Engineering course only to drop out to focus on his YouTube career.
During his tenure in Wassabi Productions, Alex and Roi played various characters, and did comedic acts, vlogs, challenges, as well as parodies, playing these characters. Their big breakthrough, however, was a parody of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”.
He then went on to create his solo channel, as well as his second channel, both of which initially featured similar content to what he did at Wassabi Productions, but he later realized that he wanted to do something different. As a result, he left Wassabi Productions in 2016.
His main solo channel “Guava Juice” took off in 2015 and grew because of his outlandish and downright illogical challenge videos and comedic videos.
Roi has done some outright dangerous challenges on his channels as well. Many of these have over 10 million views. He usually did cannonballs into baths unless there were living creatures like puppies and snakes.
Sometimes, he also puts a huge amount of food and drinks into his bathtub for challenge videos. These challenge videos have often earned criticism on account of wastage of edible items, as well as allegations of animal cruelty.
As of 2022, other than challenges and comedic content, he also has a YouTube Original called “The Guava Juice Show” which is uploaded on this channel. Roi has a second channel called “Guava Juice 2”, where he posts similar content as his main channel. This channel has been active since February 2012. Roi has also tried his hand at creating content on a gaming channel called “Guava Juice Games”. The channel has been active since October 2017.
As of 2022, Guava Juice’s current net worth is $4.67 million, according to Net Worth Spot.
His yearly salary is estimated to be between $1.17 million and $2.1 million. He mostly earns through his social media posts, his videos on his different channels on YouTube, as well as his brand deals and NFT ventures.
His main channel currently has 16.8 million subscribers with 1740 uploads. His estimated monthly income from this channel is $8.8K - $140.5K, and his yearly income is estimated to be $105.4K - $1.7M.
“Guava Juice Games” has 854k subscribers with 122 uploads. His estimated monthly income from this channel is $70 - $1.1K, and his yearly income is estimated to be $843 - $13.5K.
“Guava Juice 2” has 3.24 million subscribers with 510 uploads. His monthly income from this channel is said to be $103 - $1.7K, while his yearly income is estimated to be $1.2K - $19.8K.
His podcast channel is called “Guava Juice Podcast” and has 77.4K subscribers with 15 uploads. The channel has been active since February 2020. His monthly income is said to be $1 - $19, and his yearly income is slated to be $14 - $223.
His YouTube Shorts channel called “Guava Juice Shorts” currently has 4.19K subscribers with 139 uploads. His monthly income is estimated to be $43 - $692, and his yearly income is said to be $519 - $8.3K.
Roi moved to Los Angeles in 2015 as a permanent resident.
Roi has said that school life was initially difficult for him as he did not know English, but tried to improve by going to English Language classes separately. He was also very shy and timid as a child, contrary to his YouTube persona. In his leisure time, Roi enjoys playing soccer and basketball and was part of his school’s basketball team.
He has been in a relationship with his girlfriend Monette for 9 years.
Source - Instagram
Other than YouTube, Roi has a presence on mainly three social media platforms- TikTok, where he has 6.9 million followers; Instagram where he has 1.2 million followers, and Twitter, where he has 454.2k followers.
Guava Juice’s content on YouTube mainly features challenges, vlogs, DIYs, and comedic sketches. His challenges are said to be outrageous and borderline dangerous and have raised several concerns about the ethics of doing challenges for more views. He is also noted for his fast food related videos.
The video that made him initially go viral was a parody of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”. This video featured the Wassabi Productions original characters Rolanda and Richard:
Here are some top videos of Guava Juice:
In this video, he tries the famous Mentos and Coke Experiment, which leads to unexpected results.
In this video, Roi takes up the ‘Chocolate Fondue’ challenge, where he pairs different ingredients and food items with liquid chocolate to see which of these combinations tastes good.
In this video, Roi tries to throw various things, including a watermelon, from a height onto a trampoline to see which of these items bounced the most or broke.
In this video, Roi tastes bottled water packaged by different companies to see which one is the healthiest and the most beneficial.
A. As of 2022, he is currently 30 years old. He will turn 31 in August 2022.
A. He joined YouTube on July 18, 2006.
A. No. As of 2022, he is not in a relationship.
A. He has three siblings- Reymound, Russell, and Ariel.
A. Yes. As of 2022, they continue to be good friends, despite parting ways professionally.