YouTuber Carry Minati whose real name is Ajey Nagar issued a statement after his recent video was taken down by the video-sharing platform for violating its terms of service. The video, produced in a roast format, was about the ongoing feud between YouTube and TikTok and was about to become the most liked non-music video of all time on the platform.
but carry Minati video is currently removed from YouTube
Before getting removed, the video had scored 10+ Million likes and 60+ Million views and became the most liked Indian video on YouTube in just one week. It had surpassed Akshay Kumar’s Filhall by a big margin. That accumulated 6.7 million likes and 776 million views over the course of 6 months.
The incident left the ‘Roast King of India’ in utter dismay. He was indeed disheartened by the news that YouTube took down his video which, otherwise, could have went on to become the most liked non-musical video worldwide.
It all began when TikTok user Amir Siddiqui posted a video calling out YouTubers. Siddiqui highlighted the unity of the TikTok community and accused YouTubers of producing similar videos while also talking down on TikTok content. He further added that his platform attracted more brand deals as compared to YouTube and stereotyping TikTok content as “cringe” was demotivating for its creators.
YouTube most liked non-music video
Siddiqui hit back on May 14, saying he was not against YouTube but cyberbullying. In the video, he said he only wanted to call out creators who roast people, leading to further harassment. He added that he hopes Carry Minati aka Ajey Nagar would take a stand and influence youngsters to abstain from bullying.
In a YouTube video posted on May 8, Nagar dissected Siddiqui’s video, occasionally using strong language while pointing out Siddiqui’s grammatical errors, use of hashtags and other “shortcomings”.