Who’s Adam McIntyre? Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Girlfriend, Children, Gender, Wiki, Colleen Ballinger’s Allegation

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Adam McIntyre is a YouTube personality known for creating content on pop culture and celebrity gossip. His biography is explored below.

Since the inception of YouTube, the platform has created millions of celebrities who in their own ways have amassed a lot of followers.

YouTube has become the home of on-the-go entertainment from game reviews to GRWM content. Amongst its millions of users is Adam McIntyre.

He is linked to Colleen Mae Ballinger, a fellow YouTube star, whom he has raised several accusations against for years. But, what’s to be known about McIntyre? Read on for more about the social media personality.

Profile Summary

Celebrated Name:Adam McIntyre
Net Worth:$500,000 (est.)
Profession:YouTube star, social media personality, model, Content Creator
Birthday:September 30, 2002
Age:20 years old (as of 2023)
Birthplace:Derry, Northern Ireland
Food Habit:Non-Vegetarian
Adam McIntyre is a YouTuber from Derry, IrelandCredit: Instagram
Adam McIntyre is a YouTuber from Derry, Ireland.
Credit: Instagram

Who is Adam McIntyre?

Adam McIntyre is a social media personality, a YouTuber, model, and a content creator.

He is best known for publishing videos on pop culture, celebrity gossip fashion, and lifestyle on his self-titled YouTube channel and his adammcintyree Instagram account which has over 100K followers.

He has made commentary YouTube videos about celebrities including Jeffree Star, Ethan Klein, Shane Dawson, Trisha Paytas, and more including his involvement at influencer events with Selena Gomez and Paris Hilton.

He began his career as a content creator in late 2015. One of his oldest archived videos is a reaction to Ariana Grande’s “Focus” music video.

Adam McIntyre was born on September 30, 2002, in Derry, Northern Ireland. This puts his current age at 20 years old. His nationality is Irish. His zodiac sign is Libra.

He was born a male, and he still is a man but his sexuality is non-binary.

His parents are Mr. and Mrs McIntyre but there is no information about them on the internet. Also, whether he is an only child to his mother and father or he has a sister or brother remains unknown.

Likewise, there is information about his educational background and his personal life like his girlfriend or wife and his children.

He loves cats and has three of them.

When did Adam McIntyre get started on YouTube?

Adam McIntyre joined YouTube on January 11, 2010.

However, the Irish YouTuber began gaining recognition in 2015 when he posted a reaction to Ariana Grande’s music video for Focus.

His rise to popularity gained him recognition from TV talk show host, Wendy Williams.

In December 2021, McIntyre was invited to the show to talk about the famous YouTuber, Trisha Patyas.

With his soaring fame in the YouTube world, McIntyre has accumulated over 240,000 subscribers.

His content has collectively gained over 75 million views.

Adam McIntyre has over 206,000 followers on YouTube. Credit: Instagram
Adam McIntyre has over 206,000 followers on YouTube.
Credit: Instagram

What is Adam McIntyre’s net worth?

Adam McIntyre is still grinding as an internet celebrity; YouTuber, model, Twitch streamer, and influencer. He has an estimated current net worth of $500,000. Although his finances are unknown, he earns his money online.

According to Neal Schaffer: “An influencer is someone whose opinion is valued in a particular area, and who influences people to buy things as a result.”

Though an influencer’s niche may not have anything to do with making a profit, with their growing popularity, influencers are often offered sponsorship deals.

Additionally, influencers make a fortune based on the number of followers they’ve accumulated.

According to EmbedSocial: “Micro-influencers in the fitness industry can earn between $150 and $600 per sponsored post, while those with 100,000 or more followers may charge anywhere from $1,000 to $5,000 per post.

“Influencers with 500,000 or more followers can command higher rates, earning between $3,000 and $10,000 or more per sponsored post.”

Influencers can also be famous celebrities such as Cristiano Ronaldo who makes $2.4 million per sponsored post.

Colleen Ballinger is accused of grooming Adam McIntyre when he was a teen.
Colleen Ballinger is accused of grooming Adam McIntyre when he was a teen.
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What happened between Colleen Ballinger and Adam McIntyre?

Colleen’s content has proven popular among younger viewers. Unfortunately, this has reportedly led to several inappropriate interactions with some of her fans and allegations of “grooming” some of her minor fans.

YouTuber Kodee (she/they), known for their drama-focused YouTube channel KodeeRants, posted about their experience with Colleen and even provided screenshots of text messages that supposedly link Colleen to group chats that included both minors and adults.

“I did not know at the time that there were minors in these group chats,” Kodee admitted when they, as an adult, were first added. “I should have done the research on [this], so I want to apologize to any child who was in these group chats. I should not have been in a group chat with you.”

In light of their open apology, Kodee also shared screenshots of instances where Colleen would ask fans who were minors at the time inappropriate questions. One of those fans was Adam McIntyre.

In Adam McIntyre had come forward about Colleen’s alleged inappropriate behavior against him. She had allegedly exploited Adam for unpaid child labor for running her social media accounts when he was 17. Colleen even apparently subjected him to uncomfortable questions about sex at the time.

While many fans, including Kodee, were supposedly manipulated to speak out against Adam, Kodee’s admission to this behavior in 2023 seemingly corroborates Adam’s previous claims.

Since Kodee first spoke up against Colleen, Adam has posted two lengthy videos in which he provides more details about his harrowing experience with Colleen. He even invited Kodee onto a stream, thanking them for being the first person to publicly support them in his campaign against Colleen.

If both Adam’s accusations and Kodee’s screenshots are any indications, however, Adam may not be the only minor with whom Colleen has been inappropriate.

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At the time of the revelation, people were already rallying against Colleen and her future public appearances.

In one TikTok, a person who read up on the Colleen drama claims, “YouTube is becoming just as corrupt as Hollywood and it’s scary.” Many on Twitter even cite her seemingly problematic behavior with her own children as a clear and present sign of her toxicity regarding minors.

Eventually, Colleen responded to the accusations. In a ten-minute YouTube video posted on June 28, Colleen (checks notes) pulled out a ukulele and began to sing about the allegations.

Her entire “apology” video, which she self-purportedly posted against the advice of her publicists, is stylized as a quirky little ditty in which she accuses folks of perpetuating rumors about her on the “toxic gossip train” and reveals that the accusations have essentially ruined her career.

She directly comments on the fact that many years ago, she would message her fans in “a loser kind of way” where she was trying to be “besties with everyone.” In her song, she admitted to oversharing in many of her messages, but her tune often pivoted toward the idea that the facts were overblown and tried to comment that people were more interested in the sensation of her downfall than the truth.

“The only thing I’ve ever groomed is my two Persian cats,” Colleen declares about six minutes in, directly confronting the accusations made against her. “I’m just a loser who didn’t understand [that] I shouldn’t respond to fans.”

While she states clearly that she intended on taking accountability with her video, she also went on to decry the accusations while firmly avoiding any apologetic statements over the matter.

“I never had any bad intentions,” she states between verses. “But I do feel like s–t.”

For the most part, people aren’t convinced that Colleen has learned anything from all this. While the internet found her choice to make a song out of her response unique, many feel as if Colleen has used her platform to make herself into the victim.

Adam McIntyre calls Colleen Ballinger an “Evil woman” hours after her apology video.

Colleen Ballinger’s accuser Adam McIntyre just called her an “Evil Woman” in a video he released on his channel titled “hi.” following that Ukulele apology video: “This is your response?”.