Khalyla Kuhn is a famous YouTuber and a huge mystery. Originally, Kuhn was a nobody; however, coincidentally, she met Bobby Lee and married him. This was a piece of shocking news and deeply affected Lee’s fans. In this article, we will unravel who Khalyla Kuhn is. So, without further ado, let’s dive right in.
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Life and Family
Khalyla Kuhn was born on 31 October 1984, in Cebu, Philippines USA, to Marites Kuhn. Her nationality is American, and she has a mixed ethnic background. According to various sources, Khun belongs to the Filipino lineage, but is a half Egyptian. Her younger sister’s name is Julia.
No information is available regarding Khalyla’s father, and in fact Khun has released very little information regarding her personal life, which is why no details are available regarding her educational background. The only thing that we know for sure is that she studied Biochemistry in college.
Khalyla Khun worked as a private tutor, teaching microbiology, physiology and anatomy. At one point in time she also worked as a waitress. Khun only became famous after her relationship with Bobby Lee was made public.
Tiger Belly Podcast
Initially, Bobby Lee and Erik Griffin were supposed to work together on a podcast, however, due to timing issues, they were unable to co-operate.
During this period, Kuhn ended up being admitted to the hospital for her heart condition, and with nothing to do, she decided to launch the “Tiger Belly” Podcast. After a while, two new members joined the crew, ie sound engineer Gilbert Galon and the producer George Kimmel. Bobby Lee also composed Tiger Belly’s intro song, called the “Shadow Gook.” This podcast focuses on the issues of the Asian American community – the hosts discuss various subjects such as the entertainment industry, adolescence, sexuality, ethnicity, racism, and politics. At the end of the show, Gilbert reads out the listener’s questions in a segment called “Unhelpful advice.” From time to time, they also host the “MMA minute” segment, during which Lee and Khun talk about mixed martial arts/ UFC.
Currently, “Tiger Belly” Podcast has more than 56 million YouTube viewers and over 300,000 subscribers.
Marriage and Children
Bobby Lee and Khalyla Khun connected via the Tinder app, and after a few conversations they decided to meet each other. The couple started dating, and after some time, they married in August 2016, at the New York Church. Apparently they are very happy with each other; they don’t have children.
Accused of Being A Gold Digger
Khalyla Khun is well known for an extravagant lifestyle. She loves expensive clothes, cars, and vacations. Due to this, Khun was accused of being a gold-digger and ended up receiving a considerable backlash from Bobby Lee’s fans.
Khalyla eventually refuted all the claims, and claimed that even before meeting Lee, she was living a good life. After a while, it was proven that all rumours were false.
Who is Bobby Lee?
Robert Lee Jr, is a famous American comedian and actor, famous for “MADtv”, and the films “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle”, “Pineapple Express” and “The Dictator”.
Early Life and Family
Robert Lee Jr. was born on 18 September 1971, in San Diego, California USA, to Robert and Jeanie Lee. They used to own clothing stores in Escondido and Encinitas, California. Lee acquired his early education from Painted Rock Elementary School after which he attended the Twin Peaks Middle School and matriculated from Poway High School.
During his high school days, he was also a breakdancer. At the age of 18, Bobby Lee left his household and started working at various restaurants/coffee shops, while also attending the Palomar college, but from which he eventually dropped-out. His brother Steve is also a musician and host’s the “Steebee Weebee” podcast.
At the age of 12, Bobby Lee became addicted to meth and marijuana, and by the age of 17 he had gone through three rehabilitation procedures. During the production of “MADtv” Bobby was under a lot of stress and relapsed, and ended up using Vicodin. However, Lee once again chose to walk the path of sobriety, the credit for which goes to Lauren Dombrowski.
He was a “MADtv” producer who encouraged and fought for Bobby Lee. Lauren died On 8 October 2008 from cancer. During one of Tiger Belly’s episodes, Bobby Lee stated that in 2019 he had another relapse, caused by his father’s death.
Bobby Lee worked in a coffee shop which closed down in 1994, after which he went to the next-door Comedy Store and got a job there. Originally, he did chores at the club, however, Lee later developed an interest in the stand-up comedy, and ended up participating in an amateur night event, which was the first step towards his successful career.
He also worked at a Los Angeles shop, whose owner was Pauly Shore’s mother. Initially, Lee’s parents were not very happy with his career choice, and they had an estranged relationship. However, after Bobby participated in the “Tonight Show”, his father Robert Lee apologized, and their relationship improved.
In 2001 Bobby Lee joined “MADtv”, the only Asian cast member – his brother Steve also appeared as a guest in some episodes. He stayed with the show until its cancellation in 2009, then in 2016 the “MADtv” show was revived, and Lee appeared in it for a short time. Along with this, he also filmed various movies and TV series, such as “Curb your Enthusiasm” (2005), “Undoing” (2006), “Kickin’ It Old School” (2007), and “Chelsea Lately” (2011), etc.
In 2013 Lee also joined the “9th MusiCares Concert”, and in January 2020, he and Andrew Santino co-hosted a podcast titled “Bad Friends”.
Khalyla Khun is 5ft 6ins tall (1.67 m), weighs around 125lbs (57kgs), and her vital statistics 36-26-37. She has black hair and brown eyes. Khun enjoys experimenting with various hair colours.
Khalyla Khun’s primary source of income is her podcast. Her yearly revenue is approximately $200,000, and as of early 2020 her worth net is estimated at close to $1 million, while Khun’s husband, Bobby Lee, has a net worth reputedly over $1 million.