Wangan Bryan

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Wangan Bryan. Photo from Instagram.
Wangan Bryan. Photo from Instagram.

Wangan Bryan (born 2003) is a Singaporean OnlyFans creator who is notorious for posting explicit and aggressive content on his social media accounts.[1] He shot into the public eye for his nudes, which he first began publicly sharing on his Twitter account in June 2022.[2]

As of August 2022, he has gained 525 followers on Instagram and 857 followers on Twitter, while the hashtag #wanganbryan has amassed over 11.5 million views on TikTok.[2][3][4] He also has a YouTube channel where he regularly posts YouTube Shorts; the channel has since gained 760 subscribers.[5]

Background[edit | edit source]

Personal life & family[edit | edit source]

Wangan Bryan with his parents when he was younger. Photo from Instagram.
Wangan Bryan with his parents when he was younger. Photo from Instagram.

According to family pictures posted online, Wangan Bryan is part of a family of three, which includes him and his parents.[6]

He is also known to have been diagnosed with mental illnesses such as Adjustment Disorder and Behavioural Disturbances.[7] This landed him in Physical Employment Standards (PES) F for National Service, which meant that “he [was] medically unfit for any form of service”.[7][8]

Noteworthy incidents[edit | edit source]

Posting nudes online[edit | edit source]

Wangan Bryan’s Instagram account had been suspended. Photo from Instagram.
Wangan Bryan’s Instagram account had been suspended. Photo from Instagram.

As Wangan Bryan’s Instagram and Twitter accounts have been temporarily and permanently suspended a few times, it is unclear when he first began posting his nudes on these platforms.[2][3] However, he apparently began posting them on Twitter on 30 June 2022.[2] Most netizens who have knowingly or unknowingly stumbled upon the explicit photographs have expressed their shock and dismay, many saying they were “scarred”.[9][10] Others have also been seen to support his online presence by filming TikTok videos with him.[11]

Aggressive rants online[edit | edit source]

Wangan Bryan often posts videos of aggressive rants on Instagram and TikTok, where he repeatedly explains why he is unable to enlist in Singapore to online trolls.[7] He also posts travel vlogs and content from his daily life.[3]

On 29 July 2022, he posted a TikTok, where he harshly screamed at the camera while calling out a company he applied to work at.[12] According to Bryan, this is not the first time he has been turned down after countless tries to apply to a company.[12] He insists that he has a “can-do attitude”, but is turned down for his “poor education” and young age. He was 19 years old at the time of filming the TikTok video.[12] In the 45-second TikTok, he proceeded to lament the result and blame the company’s management for being “over demanding”.

“This is my [censored] 11th time already, I not even got shortlisted.”[12]

  1. wanganbryan. “Wangan Bryan”. OnlyFans. n.d. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 wanganbryan. “Wangan Bryan”. Twitter. n.d. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 wanganbryann. "Wangan Bryan”. Instagram. n.d. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  4. TikTok. “#wanganbryan”. TikTok. n.d. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  5. Wangan Bryan. “Wangan Bryan Shorts”. YouTube. n.d. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  6. wanganbryann. "Wangan Bryan in ‘mid-2005’ to ‘late-2009’ - #wanganbryan". Instagram. July 29, 2022. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 wanganbryann. “wanganbryann”. Instagram. July 23, 2022. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  8. CMPB. “Physical Employment Standards (PES)”. cmpb.gov.sg. n.d. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  9. baebymyra. “baebymyra”. TikTok. August 2, 2022. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  10. Adrian. “itsadriangun”. TikTok. June 22, 2022. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  11. chloe. “oatmilkmatchalattee”. TikTok. April 9, 2022. Accessed 3 August 2022.
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 notwanganbryan. “I’m so sorry if u really had a stroke watching this sh*t….. IG: wanganbryann #wanganbryan”. TikTok. July 30, 2022. Accessed 3 August 2022.