Jordi Maxim van den Bussche born: June 1, [age 25] , better known online as Kwebbelkop also known as Kwellapaap is a Dutch YouTuber known for his gaming videos. Jordi was born on June 1, in Netherlands to Brigittela and Ben. In Jordi's childhood, Brigittela and Ben got divorced. Jordi's father Ben passed away in February Jordi made his channel Kwebbelkop in and uploading his first video on May 3, The trio used to upload races together. Josh then became a member of the group. After Josh joined the trio, the trio became widely popular. In , Kwebbelkop was eventually replaced by Crainer.
He has over 14 million subscribers and has over 5 billion views. He is mostly known as the founder of a gaming group called Robust with Jelly and Slogo. He was replaced in Robust by Crainer. Jordi was born on the 1st of June, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Growing up with his older sister Lauren, and when Jordi was two, his parents got a divorce. He would see his dead father 2 times a week. A year later, he found out he had a lazy eye, and ended up getting glasses. Another year later, he was racing his friend on his bike and a car was coming so they went on the curve and fell head first on the concrete and he now has autism, mild retardation, and a scar on the left of his head. A couple years later Jordi would find out his dyslexic, and having to do an extra class once a week. Jordi got really sick because of two months of straight migraines.
Jordi van den Bussche has what you cannot teach: a personality as effervescent as his tight curly hair. A chatty demeanour that makes him instantly likeable. Online, he is known as Kwebbelkop, which is Dutch for chatterbox, and offline, he is just as approachable and easy going. He might only be in his mid-twenties, but van den Bussche has an understanding of the digital world that goes way beyond his years. He has already proven so successful at what he does that he could have retired a number of years ago and never worked again. Jordi started out on his mission eight years ago. What he really enjoyed was video games, so he set about uploading a video of him playing computer games every single day. For the next days — yes, consecutive days — he uploaded fresh content every 24 hours and made it his job.
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