Cody Michael Kolodziejzyk ( Kaw-lə-JEH-sik, Polish: [kɔwɔˈd͡ʑɛjt͡ʂɨk]; born November 22, 1990), better known online as Cody Ko, is a Canadian YouTuber, comedian, podcaster, and rapper. Kolodziejzyk first became popular on Vine in 2014, before becoming a commentary YouTuber on internet culture. His style of content is often profane and comedic. Born in Calgary, Alberta, Kolodziejyzk graduated from Duke University with a degree in computer science and a certificate in markets and management. After his mobile app "I'd Cap That" became top of the App Store, he worked as an iOS developer at Fullscreen, but quit in 2016 to focus on his internet career full-time. He had around two million followers before Vine's discontinuation. After Vine was shut down, Kolodziejzyk shifted to YouTube commentary. With his partner and fellow YouTuber Noel Miller, Kolodziejzyk co-hosts and co-founded the Tiny Meat Gang (TMG) podcast and TMG Studios. He and Miller also comprise the satirical musical duo of the same name. TMG has featured guests such as MrBeast and Gary Vaynerchuk, and won the 11th Shorty Awards for Best Podcast. In a widely-criticized 2019 video, YouTuber Jake Paul accused Kolodziejzyk of being a "cyberbully" for his commentary ridiculing Paul and other YouTubers, inadvertently causing his following to grow. As of October 2022, Kolodziejzyk has nearly 6 million subscribers on his main YouTube channel.