Born In: North Carolina, United States
Chris Tyson, better known as Chris the Meme God, is an American YouTube and Instagram star. He is part of his childhood friend Jimmy Donaldson’s YouTube channel MrBeast. Jimmy, Chris, and their fellow hosts of the channel are known for their funny clips, challenges, and pranks. Chris’s personal account on Instagram, too, is quite popular with his fans. He often posts pictures of his wife, Katie, and their son, Tucker, on Instagram. Chris is also an animal lover.
Also Known As: Chris Tyson
Spouse/Ex-: Katie Farquhar Tyson
children: Tucker Stephen Tyson
Born Country: United States
U.S. State: North Carolina
Chris Tyson, better known by his online pseudonym, Chris the Meme God, was born on July 1, 1996, in North Carolina, United States of America.
Not much is known about his parents or education.
Chris the Meme God came under the spotlight when he joined his childhood friend Jimmy Donaldson, better known by his online moniker, MrBeast, as a co-host on Jimmy’s YouTube channel, MrBeast. The channel was created on February 19, 2012, and Chris joined the channel the same year. Three other friends of Jimmy and Chris, namely, Chandler, Jake, and Garret, too, joined the channel.
Over the years, the channel has entertained its viewers with comedy videos, challenge videos, and pranks. The channel is also known for its video series Worst Intros on YouTube, its gameplay videos, and various comedy videos on Donald Trump. It has gained a massive viewership of 6 billion and 40.9 million subscribers. Some of the most popular videos on the channel are Surviving 24 Hours Straight In A Rain Forest, Last To Leave Revolving Door Wins $50,000, and I Bought The World’s Largest Firework ($600,000). In February 2019, Chris posted a video discussing fellow YouTuber PewDiePie.
The group has four other channels associated with the main channel, namely Mr.Beast (formed on July 17, 2020), MrBeast Gaming (formed on April 8, 2020), BeastHacks (created on Apr 25, 2016), and MrBro (created on Jan 28, 2017). Their Instagram page has crossed 10 million followers.
Chris the Meme God is equally popular on Instagram. His Instagram account, chris_thememegod, has gained over 1.8 million followers. He calls himself “mrbeast’s Official Director of Memes” in his Instagram bio.
Chris the Meme God’s Twitter account, ChrisO2, was created in August 2015, but he is not too popular on the platform. Chris has a Youtooz doll dedicated to him. The doll comes styled exactly according to Chris’s appearance. It carries a shoulder bag, wears flip flops, and sports spikes just like Chris does.
He also promotes MrBeast official merchandise, such as their brand of T-shirts, caps, and sippers, which are available for sale on shopmrbeast.com.
Chris is married to Katie Farquhar Tyson. On June 18, 2020, Chris and his wife had their first child, their son, Tucker Stephen Tyson.
Earlier, on December 5, 2019, Chris had announced his wife’s pregnancy through an Instagram post. His caption read: “We are having a baby in June!,” following which Chris explained that he and his wife had been trying to have a baby for more than a year and had eventually stopped trying. He said they had been “blessed” and would share more details about the pregnancy later.
On June 17, 2020, Chris posted a picture of himself with his wife, stating they would be on their way to the hospital shortly and mentioned “today is finally the day.” On June 19, 2020, Chris shared a picture of his baby and his name on Instagram.
Most of his Instagram posts these days are about his wife and son. On July 22, he described his wife on Instagram as an “amazing mother and wife” while wishing her a happy birthday. He has even created an Instagram account for his newborn son, titled tucker_thememegod, through which he shares pictures of Tucker.
Chris the Meme God is a genuine animal lover. He has a cat and an old dog named Bubba who has been with him since he was a child. In September 2019, he posted a picture of Bubba on Instagram and asked his fans to wish the dog a happy 11th birthday.
On July 24, 2020, Chris posted pictures of a few puppies he had adopted from an animal shelter, on Instagram. He urged his fans to adopt dogs and cats instead of buying them at pet shops.
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