Mumkey Jones Wiki Biography
Mumkey Jones was born in the US on 13 July 1995 under the zodiac sign of Cancer and holds American nationality – he was popular for his channels on YouTube on which he mostly uploaded anime reviews and commentaries, while he also did his own podcast entitled “Insufferable Social Media Argument”. His real name is Tyler Millard, and he’s now running his own website on which he has uploaded most of the videos he had on his YouTube channels.
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Early life and education
Mumkey has not shared too many details regarding his early life or his family with the public. He is said to be very secretive when it comes to his personal matters but still shares some things, such as the fact that he grew up watching anime movies, and his favorite was “Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo”. He stated once that his parents were busy with their jobs and weren’t at home most of the time so Mumkey would be left alone with his uncle Alex. According to Mumkey, Alex made him wear a monkey mask and watch the “Boku No Pico” anime. It’s rumored that Mumkey was raped by his uncle, and also rumored that he and his uncle Alex once robbed a grave together.
Mumkey is said to have matriculated from high school, but then decided not to attend college but to rather focus on his career of a YouTuber.
The launch of his YouTube career
Mumkey’s career was launched on 15 March 2016, which is when he opened his YouTube channel. He was mostly uploading comedy videos including the “Top 10 Anime Villains”, while making Hillary Clinton one of them – he also did anime video reviews, and one of his most popular was “Cory in The House”.
While he was still active, Mumkey was taking care of his four YouTube channels – the main one was “Mumkey Jones”. The secondary – “Mumkey Jones 2” – was used for more comedy content, “Mumkey’s Gaming Expedition” on which he uploaded gaming videos, and his fourth channel was “Mumkey’s Countdown to Suicide”, which he used as a personal vlog. Mumkey’s two main channels were shut down on 11 December 2018 due to violation of community guidelines, specifically because he was uploading allegedly shockingly disrespectful videos – he received two strikes on both of his channels on the same day, and then a third strike which meant that his channels were shut down for good. He tried to get his channels back for the next two days, when YouTube responded on 13 December explaining that he seriously overstepped their boundaries, and his channels were down permanently.
Besides his personal channels, Mumkey was also part of the “Pro Crastinators” podcast, however, because he wasn’t getting along with Digibro, the leader of the podcast, he was kicked out, which saw him eventually shut down his own “Insufferable Social Media Argument” podcast.
Mumkey decided not to launch any new YouTube channels because he wanted to detach from the community, and has recently created his own website on which you can find most of his previous videos, while he also uploads new content on a weekly basis. He’s created a new series on the website entitled “Is It Kino?”, which now counts more than 100 episodes, with every episode featuring Mumkey reviewing TV movies. He is now also very active on Twitch, with over 22,000 followers on the platform, and nearly 120,000 views of all his livestreams so far.
What makes Mumkey special
The reason why people like watching and listening to Mumkey is his dark sense of humor. He can joke about literally anything while his most favorite ‘jokes’ are about death, suicide, child molestation, autism and other syndromes, depression, anxiety, and so on. On his “Mumkey’s Countdown to Suicide” channel, he once explained that he was suffering from depression, as he fell too deep into the character he was playing on his other channels – he has also admitted to have wanted to commit suicide, and then started giving advice to people who might be suicidal as well.
Mumkey on Patreon
Mumkey launched a profile on Patreon, which is a platform for artists who want to find ‘patrons’ – people who donate money to such as Mumkey, and most often get something in return, depending on what the person is doing with the money he or she gets.
Part of Mumkey’s description on the website reads: ‘My interests include mental illness, tragedies, and other things that shouldn’t be funny, BUT THEY ARE WHEN I GET MY GRUBBY MONKEY HANDS ON THEM. Supporting this Patreon means supporting dark satire, a form of entertainment that the mainstream internet wants to see destroyed. Hop aboard and help me make the world a funnier place.’ Mumkey currently has over 650 patrons on his account, and thanks to them gathers in nearly $2,500 every month.
Mumkey’s love life and relationships
Mumkey is probably one of the most secretive YouTubers the platform has ever seen, as he has never mentioned anything about his past or present affairs. He is rumored to have been dating another YouTuber who collaborated with him on his videos, and actually played his girlfriend in some of them, however, this has not been confirmed by either of them. So Mumkey currently appears to be single, has never married, and doesn’t have any kids.
— Patchy Jones (@PatchyJones) May 21, 2019
Appearance and net worth
Mumkey is currently 23 years old. He has brown hair and brown eyes, but his height and weight are not known. According to authoritative sources, Mumkey’s current net worth is estimated to be over $100,000, and is slowly rising thanks to his own website and his Patreon account.
Social media presence
Besides YouTube, his personal website and his channel on Twitch, Mumkey is also quite active on several other social media platforms – he launched his Twitter account in October 2018, and has so far gathered over 40,000 followers and tweeted nearly 2,200 times. His Instagram account is followed by more than 11,000 people, while he’s uploaded over 60 pictures onto it – he doesn’t have a Facebook page, but others have created a couple of fake ones.