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Ricardo Milos (Born: November 11, 1977 (1977-11-11) [age 42]), is a Brazilian Gaming YouTuber. He is mostly known for his dancing video, which became one of the most famous memes of 2019.



Ricardo Milos was born in Rio, Brazil. He has a twin brother. Ricardo and his brother actually got adopted by a couple which consists of a Canadian mother, and Greek father. As Ricardo grew up, he became a model for over 10 years. His father helped him with his fight with cancer and motivated him and told him about his hunting trips which he extremely enjoyed listening.

YouTube Fame

Ricardo started releasing erotic-movies on a homosexual-site. One of the videos he uploaded, was a dancing erotic video, where Ricardo wore a bandana, boots and an American thong. The video ended up becoming a part of the Gachimuchi series, where it got over 500,000 views. People started comparing Ricardo to Ronaldinho, giving Ricardo a nickname Ronaujiinyo. In 2016, someone uploaded the video of Ricardo dancing-videos which got over 100,000 views.

In 2018, on a Russian imageboard, Ricardo became famous, because members started rapidly posting threads of Ricardo dancing. Ricardo became so famous, that people started a war on TikTok, trying to make Ricardo the biggest dancing video on the platform. On October 17th, 2018, a YouTube user by the name of TheGamingLemon, uploaded the original video back to YouTube, with DotA - Basshunter playing in the background. The video blew up.

A Word of Truth

There is a person named Nilton Felix on Twitch that resembles Ricardo Milos, however, he's not Ricardo, just a friend of Ricardo and was trying to be a imposter as a joke to prank Ricardo and twitch streamers like Summit1g, Shroud and The Minecraft Twitch Channel.. The real Ricardo doesn't have social media, and his only interactions with fans are on his Yahoo group "Hot Brazilian Model & Entertainer". He explained in an email to this group that he doesn't care for the memes or this imposter: "Once again I'm aware of some crazy dude impersonating me on the internet I supposed he's the one behind the memes or maybe not ... From my understanding the memes started with actual fans in Asia they created them..I have absolutely NOTHING to do with that.. But this guy who's impersonating me is a FAKE ... ask yourself have he ever went live on a Web cam.. because I'm sure he looks NOTHING like me... I'm not on ANY SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS ... no Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Snapchat or any other type of foolishness with social media... I can be reached only by email at my ONE AND ONLY email address which is associated with this Yahoo group fan page....
I still do professional modeling, entertainment, & companionship services which people contact me via email about BUSINESS ONLY ... I'm not going to entertain any silly emails about them memes."

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