Kevjumba and happyslip dating
Shot in one afternoon, for fun, the first time Wong Fu ever met Kevin and Christine.
Produced and edited by: Wong Fu Productions Featuring: Kevin Wu Christine Gambito David Choi TWITTER US! Are You ANice Closing techno song by: David Choi (you can ask him about it.
In Happy Slip, Kevin was featured like in the "Boypren" clip and Christine was featured in Kevjumba portraying as Kevin's mother in "Put it in Purse"... I dunno how old she really is but I think she’s around her 20s. Kevin AKA Kevjumba however is a young guy; I think he’s still in high school.
Her videos are all uber fun to watch, very interesting, short and deal with many funny Filipino family traditions and practices. He also does a lot of videos but not a lot of acting…
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have never been able to see themselves through a wide range of roles in mainstream media, and with the rise of Youtube, regular everyday people were born into stars (well, through sugar spice and all that hard work and dedication).
Gambito's performances typically include comedy sketches in which she impersonates members of her family. As Gambito has stated repeatedly in her videos, she is notably one of the very few top users acting, filming, editing and producing her shorts completely on her own.
Gambito's performances typically included comedy sketches in which she impersonates members of her family. As Gambito has stated repeatedly in her videos, she is notably one of the very few top users who are acting, filming, editing and producing her shorts completely on her own.
As a child, my Filipino mom would always remind me to wear a half-slip with skirts.
A decade ago, You Tube was first launched, and so we decided to explore where these first Asian “You Tubers” are now.
Kevin Wu topped the charts of the most viewed in the early days of You Tube.