Carry Minati aka Ajay Nager created a record when his TikTok vs YouTube video roasting TikToker Amir Siddiqui got 70 million views within a day. But within the next 24 hours, his video was removed from YouTube. Fans are slamming YouTube for removing his video and came out in huge support of CarryMinati.
Now, CarryMinati broke his silence on the controversy over the deletion of his video. The YouTuber said it was hard to accept that his roast video was removed and called it a frustrating day.
Taking to Twitter on Saturday, CarryMinati released a statement and started by sharing how making videos and entertaining people was something he dreamt of since he was 10. He wrote that he put his blood, sweat and whole life on the platform that helped people like him entertain viewers.
The youngster accepted that his video will remain banned and won’t be restored. He stated how the video broke numerous records and was one day away from being the most-liked non-music video on YouTube, an honour that would have gone to an Indian artist.
He wrote that not getting enough response can be the most disappointing situation and added that the biggest achievements become an easy target to pull down. He concluded his statement by conveying his gratitude to his fans for standing up for him, and how that was all that mattered.
Here’s his post:
Popular YouTuber Bhuvan Bam came out in his support and wrote a heartfelt message for him. He tweeted, “Deep down everyone will remember that yours was/will be the most liked YT video ever. We love you.”