CarryMinati’s previous video was deleted for violating ‘terms of usage’ by YouTube while cyber harassment, abusive language were being cited for the same
Youtuber CarryMinati has been in news off lately, ever since his TikTok Vs YouTube: The End video created a stir on internet and was later pulled down by YouTube sparking a whole new controversy.
The 20-year-old has now shared a new video explaining his side of the story after his viral video was taken off the streaming platform last week. He also addressed the accusations of homophobia levelled against him by Twitter users.
In his new video shared on Sunday, CarryMinati, whose real name is Ajey Nagar, says his words are being taken out of context. In his roast of TikToker Amir Siddiqui, he had made comments such as ‘mithai ki dukan mein le jaunga toh 200 mein bik jayega (You will sell for Rs 200 at a sweet shop).’ Twitter users objected to his comments, calling him a homophobe and a bigot.
In a video that he titled Stop Making Assumptions: YouTube vs TikTok: The End, an emotional CarryMinati said he was very sad that the video was pulled down. He stated that he was angry and still don’t know why it was pulled down and which dialogue was offensive. The video has already garnered 23 million views in just hours after being uploaded & received a lot of support from fans who trended #BringBackCarryMinatiYoutubeVideo on Twitter for a long time. Watch CarryMinati’s new video below:
For the uninitiated, CarryMinati’s previous video was deleted for violating ‘terms of usage’ by YouTube while cyber harassment, abusive language were being cited for the same. CarryMinati had roasted popular TikToker Amir Siddiqui over his comments that attacked YouTubers.