|“||Yo what's goin' on guys, FaZe Rug here and today I'm bringing you guys a brand new video, and...||”|
―Brian's classic intro
|“||But other than that it's been Rug, and we're out, peace!||”|
―Brian's classic outro
Brian Rafat Awadis (born: November 19, 1996), better known online as FaZe Rug (formerly oRugrat & SoaR Rug), is an American vlogger, FaZe Clan's director, and member of internet-group, CloutGang.
Brian was born on November 19, 1996 San Diego, California, USA. He has an older brother named Brandon. His parents; Ron and Sana Awadis, are frequently referred to as Mama Rug and Papa Rug online, and are from Iraq. Awadis attended San Diego Miramar College before dropping out during his freshman year to pursue his YouTube career full-time.
He has dated fellow YouTuber and Instagram model, Molly Eskam and has also dated Kaelyn as of currently after the couple got back together in 2020. Brian moved out of his FaZe Rug House 2020 in April, 2021 because he felt too far and not connected to his family. He is currently staying at his family house, and is in progress to finding a new house closer to where his family live.
- When he was in middle school, people used to call him Rico from Hannah Montana because he had a similar appearance to him.
- A fan once breached his house, which he felt he had to move out.
- He explained in one of his videos that he dropped out of school to pursue his YouTube career, which allowed him to create his own clan on YouTube which is often known as the Faze Clan.
- His parents bought a $4 million dollar mansion in 2020, which includes a movie theatre, bar & a modern pool.
Note: The following dates are according to
- 1 million subscribers: October 9, 2015
- 2 million subscribers: April 14, 2016
- 3 million subscribers: August 11, 2016
- 4 million subscribers: December 28, 2016
- 5 million subscribers: April 29, 2017
- 6 million subscribers: August 12, 2017
- 7 million subscribers: January 2, 2018
- 8 million subscribers: March 29, 2018
- 9 million subscribers: June 24, 2018
- 10 million subscribers: September 8, 2018
- 11 million subscribers: January 15, 2019
- 12 million subscribers: April 25, 2019
- 13 million subscribers: August 7, 2019
- 14 million subscribers: January 5, 2020
- 15 million subscribers: April 9, 2020
- 16 million subscribers: July 17, 2020
- 17 million subscribers: October 22, 2020
- 18 million subscribers: January 20, 2021
- 19 million subscribers: May 1, 2021
Video View Milestones
- 1 billion video views: July 1, 2017
- 2 billion video views: October 27, 2018
- 3 billion video views: January 21, 2020
- 4 billion video views: December 30, 2020