Who is Rolling Ray?
American rapper, TV personality and social media star Raymond Harper – also known as Rolling Ray – was born in Martinsburg, Missouri, on September 5, 1996, making Virgo his zodiac sign. He received recognition only afterwards he was featured in an episode of the reality crime show “Divorce Court”, starring Lynn Toler, Nick Barrotta and Jimmy Hodson, and follows several couples seeking divorce or separation; the show aired from 1999 through 2020 and was nominated for three awards.
Education and early life
Rolling Ray was raised in Martinsburg by his parents who prefer to stay away from the media, so not much has been revealed about them; Rolling Ray has not spoken about having siblings, and most of his fans believe he is an only child.
He became interested in football while attending a local elementary school, joining the football team and playing many games with them; Rolling Ray continued to play football in high school, but then was involved in a car accident that left him paralyzed.
Rolling Ray enrolled in 2015 and then focused on his career on the internet and also appeared in reality TV shows.
Rolling Ray appeared in an episode of the 2018 reality show “Catfish: Trolls”, starring Charlamagne Tha God and Raymond Braun, and follows the two revealing internet trolls.
Since 2022, Rolling Ray stars in the reality show ‘Bobby I Love You, Purrr’, which also stars Bobby Lytes, Jason Lee and Natalie Nunn, and follows Bobby Lytes trying to find true love with the help of his best friends Jason. Lee and Rolling Ray.
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Rolling Ray recently launched its YouTube channel ‘Rollin’ with Ray’ on September 22, 2022. That’s why today only a few more than 300 people are subscribed to it, while all his 12 videos have been viewed more than 4,000 times. Rolling Ray is still quite popular on the network thanks to the videos about him that have been uploaded to other people’s channels and have millions of views; we are going to write the three most popular here, as they contributed to the popularity of Rolling Ray on the internet.
His #1 video “Full Episode- Harper Vs. McCormick” was uploaded by Divorce Court on November 8, 2019 and has since been viewed over six million times; it features Rolling Ray and Christian McCormick who have been in a relationship for six years and now want to break up.
Rolling Ray’s second most popular video “Rolling Ray Can’t Stop Rolling in Court” was uploaded by Offensive Tea on November 8, 2020 and has since received over three million views; it’s another video where Rolling Ray and Christian can be seen on the show “Divorce Court”.
His #3 video “Rolling Ray” Harper Vs. Christian McCormick: Cameras Rollin’” was uploaded by Divorce Court on September 25, 2021 and has since received nearly a million views; it is quite a similar video to the two mentioned above as it is Rolling Ray and Christian’s other appearance on the show “Divorce Court”.
Rolling Ray was once quite popular on Instagram, with more than 300,000 people following him on the social media network, but his account has been deleted for unknown reasons and his new account is followed by only nearly 300 people.
He has tweeted nearly 150,000 times since launching his Twitter account in April 2013, and is followed by nearly 100,000 people on this social media network; most of Rolling Ray’s tweets relate to his daily life.
He also has a Facebook profile, but doesn’t seem to be very active on it.
Rolling Ray’s is followed by more than 13,000 people on his TikTok account ‘Rolling Ray in Wheelchair’, but only a few have garnered more than 500 likes from all of his videos combined.
Rumors of being dead
In January 2020, Rolling Ray’s wig caught fire and burned his face, neck and arms, requiring him to undergo surgery.
He was diagnosed with the coronavirus in January 2022, and then fell into a coma; Rolling Ray spent another two weeks in the hospital when he woke up, and many of his fans assumed he was dead because his social media accounts hadn’t been updated in that time. It wasn’t until April 5, 2022 that Rolling Ray revealed that he was alive and relatively well.
Love life and boyfriend
Rolling Ray is gay, and there are two men he dates that his fans know about.
He started dating Christian McCormick while they attended the same high school, and the two were together for six years before breaking up and appearing on the show “Divorce Court”; Christian prefers to stay away from the media and is only known for appearing in the said show.
Rolling Ray is today in a relationship with a non-celebrity American man Roland, but nothing else about his new love has been shared on the internet.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Rolling Ray can only move his wheelchair by himself and needs help for everything else.
Passionate about music, he has recorded several rap songs titled “Thank You”, “Gun Action”, and “Look At Me”, but they have not been uploaded to YouTube. Some of Rolling Ray’s favorite rappers include 50 Cent, Tupac Shakur, and Kanye West.
Rolling Ray is a huge fan of anime and some of his favorites are “Death Note”, “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood” and “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure”.
He is also a big fan of Hollywood, with some of his favorite actors and actresses being Will Smith, the late Leslie Nielsen and Kristen Wiig, while some of his favorite movies are “Dracula: Dead and Loving It”, “Wrongfully Accused” and “The Naked gun”.
Height, eyes and wealth
Rolling Ray is 26 years old. He has brown eyes and black hair, but often dyes his hair fire colors; he is 1.55 m tall and weighs about 56 kg.
Rolling Ray’s ability Estimated at over $100,000, as of March 2023.