A4 Video Blogger
Vladislav Andreyevich Bumaga, better known by the online alias A4, is a Belarusian video blogger. He is one of the most popular bloggers in Russia and has a large audience worldwide.
When he disappeared from his YouTube channel, fans began to build conspiracy theories. They speculated that he could have been kidnapped or taken on vacation.
How was he born?
Vladislav Andreyevich Bumaga, known online as A4, was born in Minsk on June 5, 1996. He is a Belarusian YouTuber who became famous for his pranks, stunts, skits, and parodies. His videos have been viewed more than 24.5 billion times. He is known for his witty content and has become one of the most popular bloggers in Russia.
His channel has millions of subscribers, and his videos are wildly popular. Some of his most popular videos include A4 – Term Melts (Parody of Griby – Ice Melts), 24 Hours Saying Yes to My Little Brother, and Escape from Cardboard Prison Challenge!
His videos are always entertaining and have a positive message. He is a very likable person who makes his viewers laugh and feel connected to him. He has also appeared with other popular YouTubers such as Alina Solopova on Instagram. Recently, Paper stopped posting new videos on his YouTube channel. This led to a lot of speculation about his disappearance. Some fans believe that he has been kidnapped by Glent and Kobyakov, while others believe that he is simply taking a break from his work.
How did he get started?
Vladislav Bumaga, aka Paper A4, started blogging in 2014. His videos consist of life hacks, stories, and challenges. Some of the most popular challenges include “24 hours in a kindergarten”, “24 hours in a trampoline center”, and “being buried up to your neck”.
His content is entertaining and witty, and his videos are often accompanied by music. He also creates children’s games that are educational and fun. Paper A4 has a large audience, and his YouTube channel is one of the most popular in Russia.
His success is even more impressive considering that he was only 24 when he became a video blogger. During his peak, he was even more popular than the legendary Runet idol Ivangai and overtook global YouTube legend PewDiePie in terms of views. His YouTube and TikTok channels have over 25 million subscribers each. He has also earned the coveted diamond YouTube button, which can only be achieved by a verified account with over 10 million subscribers.
How did he become so popular?
While it took a while to hit his first 100,000 subscribers, the channel quickly grew. The videos feature vlogs, challenges, skits, and pranks. According to Social Blade, the A4 channel outperformed Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie in video views from April 6-13 and April 13-20.
Paper’s father is an engineer and his mother is a teacher, so it’s not surprising that he has no swear words in his videos. The blogger is also quite calm and kind to children, and his fans are generally supportive of him.
He has more than 2 million subscribers, making him the most popular Belarusian video blogger. He is well-known for his parody of Griby’s song ‘Aet ld’, which has received over 35 million views on YouTube. In the meantime, he is working on a new project with his friends. Until then, he will continue to make entertaining videos for his followers. He also promises to post more personal content on his social media pages.
What is his life like?
Vlad Paper makes videos for teenagers. His YouTube channel has more than a million subscribers and the audience loves him. He earns a lot and even managed to buy an apartment in Minsk.
In his videos, Vlad shares life hacks and tells different stories. He also arranges challenges for his viewers. For example, he once spent 24 hours in a trampoline center with his friends.
Another popular video shows him building a toilet paper fort in his room. In the video, he buys 100 rolls of cheap paper and builds a wall. The video has more than three million views.
The blogger is also an active sportsman and plays hockey professionally. During one of the matches, he was seriously injured, and he decided to retire from sports and focus on his YouTube career. In addition to the video blog, he has his own music project and an online store. His merch has been sold more than 2 million times.