Who is JMX?
JMX is a British YouTuber, who has gained popularity for his FIFA game videos on his self-titled YouTube channel. His video series ‘Strip FIFA’ helped his channel rack up more than a million subscribers. However, most of these videos were deleted as they had vulgar content. Now, his videos are mostly based on the game, ‘FIFA Ultimate Team’ and his channel also includes a couple of reaction and challenges videos too. JMX also owns a second channel, ‘JMX Plays’ where he uploads videos related to ‘FIFA Career Mode.’ His brother, step-mother, and ex-girlfriend have on several occasions appeared on his videos. JMX was accused by his ex-girlfriend of using her fame to build his own reputation and business.
JMX was born on March 2, 1998, in England. His real name is Joel Morris. The names of his parents are not available. The name of his step-mother is Mandy. JMX’s brother Ben is also a YouTuber and has appeared in many of JMX’s videos. They both were raised in Milton Keynes.
JMX attended Royal Latin School in Buckingham, England. He Left home in 2015 to live with fellow YouTuber and friend, Derek Rants, but five months later, he moved in with another YouTuber, ‘The Burnt Chip’ to an apartment, ‘Stratford Halo.’ He shares the apartment with five other You Tubers namely Callux, Wroetoshaw, Calfreezy, Behzinga, and TBJZL.
JMX Owns a black Volkswagen car that has a customized number plate - his YouTube channel name.
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JMX was in a relationship with Love Island famed model, Jessica Shears. Everything was going well between them and Jessica appeared in a couple of JMX’s prank videos as well. In September 2017, JMX accused his girlfriend of stealing money from his bank account. He referred Jessica as a snake who used his channel to promote herself. She had featured in the strip videos on JMX’s channel and that helped her enter the reality show, ‘Love Island.’
Jessica, in turn, retorted with a different story. She stated that it is because of her strip and sex prank videos that JMX’s channel earned millions of subscribers. She referred the accusation as a publicity gimmick to attract more subscribers to JMX’s channel.
JMX made a music video, ‘The Truth’ as a spoof to this whole incident. The video intended to roast Jessica and revealed the truth behind the incident. In the video, JMX was featured along with other artists namely Momo, Quadeca, and Monstah.