Sam Pepper

YouTube Star

Sam Pepper was born in Ashford, England, United Kingdom on March 26th, 1989 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 33, Sam Pepper biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
Samuel Pepper, Sam
Date of Birth
March 26, 1989
Nationality
England
Place of Birth
Ashford, England, United Kingdom
Age
33 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aries
Profession
Youtuber
Social Media
Sam Pepper Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 33 years old, Sam Pepper has this physical status:

Height
173cm
Weight
68kg
Hair Color
Black (Natural)
Eye Color
Hazel
Build
Slim
Measurements
Not Available
Sam Pepper Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
Not Available
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Pent Valley Technology College
Sam Pepper Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Not Available
Children
Not Available
Dating / Affair
Cat Rose (2014), Bella Thorne (2017), Hannah (2018)
Parents
Not Available
Siblings
He has a sister and a brother.
Sam Pepper Career

On 8 September 2010, Pepper created his YouTube channel and began uploading videos, mainly consisting of pranks. From late-2013 to mid-2014, Pepper, alongside friend and fellow YouTube personality Marius "Maz" Listhrop, began his worldwide comedy tour, "WDGAF Tour".

In September 2014, Pepper uploaded a controversial video titled "Fake Hand Ass Pinch Prank". In the video, Pepper would go up to women and ask for directions before pinching their buttocks. Soon after the video was published, many women stated that they had been sexually harassed or raped by Pepper. Subsequently, the hashtag #ReportSamPepper trended on Twitter, along with many people criticising Pepper's actions. Pepper released another video a few days later where women would go behind men and pinch their buttocks. On the same day, he published another video explaining that his first prank was a "social experiment" and that the video was "staged and scripted". He went on to say that sexual harassment was "the focal point of the experiment". Pepper removed both of these videos from YouTube shortly after their releases. Fellow video blogger Laci Green published a video called "Sam Pepper Exposed", addressing the sexual harassment allegations to Pepper. Green also wrote an open letter calling on Pepper to "stop violating women and making them uncomfortable on the street for views". The letter received more than 100 thousand signatures.

In November 2015, Pepper uploaded a video entitled "Killing Best Friend Prank". The video features internet personalities Sam Golbach and Colby Brock. In the video, a masked Pepper kidnaps Golbach and Brock (the latter of whom was in on the prank alongside Pepper), who are parked at an unknown location, shoving Golbach into the trunk of the car with a bag over his head. Brock helps Pepper tie up Golbach and take him to a rooftop, where he is forced to watch Pepper "shoot" Brock, leaving Golbach in tears. The video caused a backlash on social media, also hitting media headlines. British newspaper Metro compared the video to an "ISIS-style execution". A subsequent online petition to have Pepper removed from YouTube gained over 100,000 signatures. In an interview with Metro, Pepper stated that the criticism towards the video and himself was "shocking". In the same interview, Golbach stated that the message of the video was "about living life to the full... not taking life for granted and loving it because it's short". In response to the ongoing criticism, Pepper started a GoFundMe campaign, stating that he would delete his YouTube channel if $1.5 million was pledged to him. The campaign was removed shortly afterwards, along with the accompanying video that was posted on his YouTube channel.

On 21 February 2016, Pepper made all of his YouTube videos private and deleted all of his tweets, save for one stating "I give up". He uploaded a 20-minute video on 24 February titled "i'm sorry". In the video, Pepper confessed that many of his pranks, including his controversial "Killing Best Friend Prank", were staged. He also denied all allegations of sexual harassment and rape towards him. He apologised for his videos, calling himself an "idiot" and stated that he would continue uploading on YouTube and "make content that I really believe in". After the video was published, Pepper stopped uploading prank videos and began uploading vlogs, subsequently receiving a more positive response.

In 2018, Pepper stopped uploading on his main channel and rebranded to his "Sam Pepper Live" channel, where he began vlogging and frequently live streaming alongside fellow live streamer Ice Poseidon. The following year, Pepper rebranded once again and became inactive on YouTube, subsequently shifting to TikTok. He mainly posts short comedy videos consisting of "challenge videos, life–hacks, and stunts"; the Metro described his presence on the platform as a "fully-fledged comeback".

In 2021, Pepper, who was living and frequently collaborating with former FaZe Clan member Frazier Kay, was accused by Kay of ordering a developer on the cryptocurrency Save the Kids Token to change a mechanism within the currency, which after its change, would allow for the cryptocurrency to be used as a pump and dump scheme. Pepper has not commented on the allegations since Kay accused Pepper of masterminding the pump and dump.

His current audience is more than 2.16 million YouTube subscribers.

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Sam Pepper Tweets and Instagram Photos
25 Aug 2022

Spider hand prank pt.2!

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21 Aug 2022

😈😈 Spider hand Prank 😈😈

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8 Aug 2022
27 Jul 2022

Can some explain this to me in the comments!

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21 Jul 2022

One of my all time favorite hacks

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17 Jul 2022

Actually looks so cool as well!

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