Carry Minati’s most viewed video ‘YouTube vs. TikTok’ removed for violation of norms
YouTube sensation Carry Minati’s
latest video - YouTube vs TikTok — The End – that went viral last week has been
pulled off from the streaming platform for violating YouTube’s conditions of
service on Thursday night. This was after a TikToker Amir Siddiqui was at the
receiving end of Carry Minati’s roast video. Siddiqui accused Carry Minati of harassment
The controversial video fetched over 10 million views in less than a week and his subscribers count shot from 8 million to 16.6 million.
The Carry Minati’s five-minute video was in response to Siddiqui’s provoking video on TikTok vs YouTube in which he had accused YouTubers of stealing content and not being creative.The channel is run by comedian Ajey Nagar (20) from Faridabad in Haryana and his net worth, which includes his personal asset, number of views, likes and videos along with the number of subscribers on the channel, is Rs 27 crores.
Carry Minati had hit back saying it was not the YouTubers but the TikTokers who stole the content. It also said that Siddiqui’s claim of being a ‘social influencer’ on the social media was an attempt to seek attention for more views.
The decision to withdraw the video came as shock to CarryMinati’s fans and minutes later, several hashtages such as #CarryMinati, #bringbackcarrysvideo, #shameonyoutube and #JusticeForCarry – started trending on Twitter. Carry Minati fans have been tweeting to restore the video. Professional content creators including Bhuvan Bam, Ashish Chanchalani, Harsh Beniwal, Beyounick have also extended their support to Carry.