Bryan Silva – Biography 2022

  • Full name: Bryan Silva
  • Net Worth: $1 Million
  • Occupation: YouTuber, Rapper
  • Birthday: January 2, 1991
  • Birthplace: Florida, United States
  • Birth Sign: Capricorn
  • Spouse: Lissy Silva
  • TikTok
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube: NA

Brayan Silva is a social media personality and rapper, born in 1991. What gave him more social media recognition was his presence on the Vine platform.

Personal Life and Education

Silva was brought up together with his elder brother Phillip in Florida. His mother is a housewife, and his father is a salesman. Brayan is a Christian.

Bryan went to school in his hometown, but he ended up in jail in his teenage years. He not only attacked his high school principal, but he was also accused of assault and breaking.

When in prison, Silva started working out because he had enough time. When he was released, he began going to the gym and concentrated more on his career.

Career Life

Bryan began his career on the Vine platform. This platform was used for uploading lip-synching, funny and comic videos, and other types of clips. After uploading his “Gratata” video, he became well-known, which showed him yelling this word as he showed off his muscles.

After Wine was closed, Bryan Silva had to adjust. He chose to become a rap star. “Money and Finesse,” “Tony,” and “Scary Site” were some of his popular songs released in 2014. He also had other familiar songs, “She Call,” “Swaggin,” and “Swag Like Bryan.”

Bryan was a guest in the TV series Tosh.0 in 2014. The TV host Daniel Tosh interviewed Bryan. There he shared about his troubles with the law and how he established his street cred.

He later uploaded these songs on the Soundcloud platform. During his interview, he revealed that it was his followers that motivated him to venture into music. In 2015, he released other songs; “Spraying,” “Trappin,” and a single, “My City,” in 2016. In 2018, he released “Gratata” and “Flex OMG Year.”

Before, Bryan Silva was a YouTuber, but he stopped in August 2015. On Twitter, he is followed by more than 50,000 people. Here, he tweets funny stuff and tells jokes.

In recent times, his Instagram account was banned for putting up inappropriate information. More than half a million people unfollowed him. He has established a social media account for his cat, and he and his wife operate it.

Personal Life

Bryan’s spending time in jail made people think that he is gay. Moreover, a majority of people lamented that he has the looks of a gay man. However, Bryan has not addressed any of these rumors.

He’s married to his long-term girlfriend, Lissy Silva. She is an Instagram model and internet personality.

Their dating dates back to 2015, and they later got married in 2017. They are frequently seen together on their Instagram accounts. Currently, they reside in Illinois and Florida.

Bryan portrays himself as a ‘bad guy,” which is why he has numerous tattoos on his skin. He also sings and talks about gangs, crime, and breaking the law.

He attends parties and goes to nightclubs in the company of his wife. He is a lover of fast cars, and he owns an expensive BMW.

Fitness, workout, and diet

Bryan Silva began bodybuilding while incarcerated. He works out on a regular basis to keep his physique in good form.

Suspect in Shooting at the University of Virginia

Charlottesville rapper Bryan Silva was tied to a gunshot at UVA on Sunday night, 13 November 2022. Several “concerning” social media posts prompted police to suspect Silva.

The inquiry switched to Christopher Darnell Jones. This did not remove Silva from the scene, and internet conjecture lingered regarding his involvement in the shooting on campus.

Many believed Bryan Silva was behind the shooting after his Facebook posts hours earlier. According to accounts, Silva uploaded many photos of himself with a gun and wrote:

“I want you to know what pain is. They laughed at me every day of my life here. I hope they feel like I do. I would sell everything to cause agony and sorrow.”

The internet quickly linked his posts to the incident. People tagged Charlottesville and UVA police in reaction to Bryan Silva’s article. A user tagged both police agencies and wrote:

“He doesn’t have to be the gunman tonight. Will.”
Twitter user uwu ken made the link by posting screenshots of Silva’s social media.


Written by Husein Gradasevic

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