Internet is witnessing an unending online war between YouTubers and TikTok fans since the recent past. Now what has added fuel to the fire is the removal of CarryMinati’s viral video from YouTube for violating its terms of service. Soon after the video titled as ‘YouTube vs TikTok: The End’ was taken down, CarryMinati’s fan stormed the Internet to wage a war against TikTok by bringing down its rating which now stands at 2 as against 4.5 rating earlier on Google Play Store.
In the ‘YouTube vs TikTok: The End’, which has now been removed, CarryMinati roasted Amir Mumbai-based TikToker Amir Siddique for his earlier posted TikTok video where he had accused YouTubers of plagiarising TikTok content.
In another recent video on , CarryMinati clarified that a lot of his slangs in the ‘YouTube vs TikTok: The End’ video have been taken out of context by the viewers. He tried making his image clear by stating that people are understanding his words in their own respective ways.
CarryMinati, who has more than 18 million subscribers on YouTube, is drawing support from his fans and celebrities including Mukesh Khanna who defended CarryMinati via a video stating “I support CarryMinati who raised his voice against TikTok. His video has been deleted from YouTube which is wrong according to me. If video has to be deleted, then all objectionable video content should be removed.”
“Along with this, I would also like to advise Carry Minati to choose his words and sentences carefully. Avoid using words or sentences that would hurt others feeling. People love and support you, therefore choosing right words is extremely important. Many a times, by using wrong world, we stand incorrect even if we are right,” added Khanna.
“We are familiar with Roasting format. We like him because of slang. In India, we have freedom of expression. Let me educate you like Pitamah educated Arjun of Dwapar Yug. Abusing is not freedom of expression. It does not give you freedom to say something which can hurt feelings and sentiments of others. Let me add something from my side too. People have this wrong notion abusing, using slang language adds more weightage to what we say. This is wrong!