realjamesh

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realjamesh
Birth name James Haworth
Also known as realjamesh
Born August 15, 2005 (2005-08-15) (age 15)
England
Origin England
Occupations CEO of Verified Handles
Years active 2019-presant
Labels JEM Media

James Haworth (born August 15, 2005) known by his online pseudonym realjamesh is a businessman, computer scientist and the founder of Verified Handles. Haworth personally founded JEM Media and Verified Handles's subservice VHID.

Career

Haworth had released music before it was removed from streaming services.[1] He has also played Minecraft as part of a YouTube series,[2] view-botted a video on social app Triller,[3] founded JEM Media[4] and Verified Handles,[5] been hacked on Instagram[6] and had his Wikipedia article[7] and account talk page vandalised.[8]

References

  1. Slippin, I. Caught U. (2020-12-29). "realjamesh Removes Music from Digital Stores | Here’s why" (in en-US). https://getmybuzzup.com/realjamesh-removes-music-from-digital-stores-heres-why/. 
  2. ForUs, eSports (2021-01-05). "realjamesh hints at playing Survival Minecraft again". ESportsForUs. https://esportsforus.com/realjamesh-hints-at-playing-survival-minecraft-again/. "A few more episodes were made....realjamesh stopped posting any Minecraft content to his channel" 
  3. Catherine, ‎ (2020-08-24). "YouTuber realjamesh view bots Donald Trump 100 million views on Triller" (in en-GB). https://www.newsanyway.com/2020/08/24/youtuber-realjamesh-view-bots-donald-trump-100-million-views-on-triller/. 
  4. admin (2020-12-27). "realjamesh – The Man Behind JEM Media" (in en-US). https://epiexpress.com/realjamesh-the-man-behind-jem-media/. 
  5. "realjamesh launches 'Verified Handles' service to combat impersonation | The Los Angeles Tribune" (in en-US). 2020-11-23. https://thelosangelestribune.com/2020/11/22/realjamesh-launches-verified-handles-service-to-combat-impersonation/. 
  6. Brown, Richard (2020-12-27). "realjamesh gets hacked on Instagram, account now restored" (in en-US). https://usareformer.com/realjamesh-gets-hacked-on-instagram-account-now-restored/. 
  7. News, Epistle (2021-01-14). "realjamesh’s Now Deleted Wikipedia Article was Locked after Vandalism" (in en-US). http://www.epistlenews.co.uk/opinion/01/14/realjameshs-now-deleted-wikipedia-article-was-locked-after-vandalism.html. 
  8. "realjamesh Wikipedia account vandalized by fans" (in en-US). 2021-01-08. https://realitypaper.com/realjameshs-wikipedia-account-vandalized-by-fans.html. 

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