Fans wonder if RiceGum has a new girlfriend following his split from TikTok star Abby Rao.

It’s safe to say that RiceGum and Abby Rao haven’t had the smoothest relationship. The two reportedly started dating last year and have called it quits a few months later.

RiceGum and Abby have a joint YouTube channel called ‘FamilyGum’ and for obvious reasons, they haven’t shared any videos after they broke up.

However, RiceGum stirred the pot after uploading a video with his “new crush” on the same channel. So, does he have a new girlfriend?

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RiceGum’s ‘new crush’ video

Fans are suspicious that RiceGum is dating someone after he shared a video on FamilyGum called ‘We Broke Up So I’m Meeting My New Crush’.

RiceGum and Abby’s joint YouTube channel features 10 videos of them, primarily vlogs and challenges.

And quite naturally, Abby wasn’t happy when he shared a video with another girl on their channel.

And like this wasn’t enough, RiceGum filmed Abby’s reaction on camera and later uploaded it on his separate YouTube channel.

As some fans called RiceGum out for his behaviour, others wonder who his ‘new crush’ is.

Who is RiceGum’s ‘new crush’?

The girl featured in RiceGum’s video is called Ellerie Marie.

She is 18 years old and her Instagram bio says: “san diego | uc irvine”. Based on that info, she might be from San Diego and study at the University of California Irvine. However, that’s not entirely clear.

You can follow her under the handle @elleriemarie. With only 11 posts, she already has 92k followers which is quite impressive.

She is also on Twitter @EllerieMarie, however, her account states: “hi I don’t post on twitter.”

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Are RiceGum and Ellerie dating?

It’s unconfirmed at the moment.

RiceGum hasn’t revealed anything on his social media channels, so there are only pure speculations from his followers.

However, it’s safe to say that people are not happy about his last few pranks that involve Abby.

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