Denarie Taylor, professionally known as Bella Poarch Poarch, is a Filipino-born American singer and social media personality.
She gained her imminent popularity through the TikTok video in which she lip-syncs to the song “M to the B” by British rapper Millie B. Moreover, she also released a debut single, Build a Bitch, in May 2021.
Her videos have earned her over 92.5 million followers on TikTok. She won the Breakout Creator award at the 2021 Streamy Awards. Also a singer, she signed a music record deal with Warner Records in May 2021.
|D.O.B||February 9, 1997,|
|Birth Place||San Fabian, Pangasinan, Philippines|
|Height||5′ 3″ (1.61 m)|
|Weight||55 kg (121 lbs)|
|Profession||Former navy veteran, Social media personality, and singer|
Bella Poarch Family
Bella Poarch belongs to Filipino parents in the Philippines. Until the age of 3, she rosed up in slums with her grandmother, and then it was adopted her.
Her adoptive mother is Filipino, and her father is an American U.S. military officer. During an interview, she said she and her adopted brother were abused during childhood. She lived on a ranch with her adopted family.
At 7, she played many ranch responsibilities at a young age. Even she has also not been treated like her adopted sisters.
At the age of 13, she transferred to Texas due to her father’s need for bypass surgery. After that, she still experienced mental abuse from her father at home, but the abuse level decreased.
Currently, she is residing in L.A. She is always a social activist and supports the Asian-American community due to the rise in reports of hate crimes against them through Social Media.
She also shared her experiences with Vogue, saying that she can recount this situation because she has been “treated differently” and “randomly attacked and assaulted” as an Asian teenager after moving to the U.S. from the Philippines.
Korean social media users also criticized Poarch for having a tattoo similar to the Rising Sun Flag in her videos in September 2020.
The tattoo resembled a symbol of Japanese imperialism, considered offensive to East Asians. Later on, she apologized and removed it.
In 2019, she tied with Tyler Poarch, and then in November 2022; she filed for divorce from him.
Bella Poarch TikTok Career
Poarch made her TikTok account in January 2020; then, she actively started posting on TikTok based on gaming and costume play content.
She got the attention in August 2020, when her lip-syncing videos went viral, specifically Sophie Aspin Send by Millie B. Her lip-syncing videos musically bouncy went viral and became one of the most liked videos of all time.
Due to TikTok success, she officially introduced a YouTube channel and Twitter page within a month. In 2020, she also introduced a limited clothing line RIPNDIP x Paca Collaboration.
Poarch’s got peak popularity when two large professional Esports organizations, 100 Thieves and FaZe clan, apparently showed interest in her, a live streamer and gamer at the time, as a content creator under their respective banners.
She is one of those who made her way through popularity through TikTok. Poarch stands with 92.5 million followers and 1.2 million followers on TikTok. She has accumulated 13.6 million followers on Instagram and 2.1 million likes on Facebook.
Poarch is also a former U.S. Navy veteran. She enlisted in the Navy in 2017 as an aviation ordinance man and served for three years, having been stationed in Japan and Hawaii.
Bella Poarch Songs
In May 2021, Bella Poarch also contracted a record deal with Warner Records. The same year, Poarch launched her debut single, “Build a Bitch”.
The associated music video, which appeared on YouTube, was described by Billboard as “an audacious, darkly comic slice of new-school pop.” The video features other famous internet celebrities, including Valkyrae, Mia Khalifa, Bretman Rock, and ZHC.
Poarch said on the 100 Thieves podcast “The CouRage and Nadeshot Show” that the song traces back to her past of being bullied as a child, and she wanted to become a singer since childhood.
Moreover, she also launched her First EP, Dolls, on August 12, 2022, which includes her previous singles Build a Bitch, Inferno and Dolls, and also new tracks “Villain,” “No Man’s Land,” and “Living Hell.”
Rolling Stone admired the dark pop tone of the E.P. Additionally, “Villain” also used for WWE’s Extreme Rules premium live event in 2022.
Poarch has been nominated for many awards in a short time and won Streamy Awards in 2021 in the category of Breakout Creator of the Year.
In 2022, she received the iHeartRadio Music Awards in the category of Social Star Award.
Bella Poarch Net Worth
The Philippines-born American singer and social media persona Bella Poarch’s net worth as of 2022 is $2 million. The main of her income is through TikTok videos and other ventures.