Carry Minati’s video YouTube vs TikTok has been deleted by YouTube

YouTube vs TikTok is the new sensation that we can see over the Internet. Both are one of…

YouTube vs TikTok is the new sensation that we can see over the Internet. Both are one of the biggest video sharing platforms being used in India most. It all started when Elvish Yadav, a Youtuber roasted some of the Tiktokers creating rubbish content. So the Tiktokers came together and made it a Youtube vs TikTok battle. This spark and hatred were present earlier also but after the incident, this little spark was converted into a fire and became a trending topic in India.

The clip came in as a response to TikToker Amir Siddique who bashed YouTubers for making fun of the video-sharing app, TikTok. Amir’s IGTV video, which was soon taken down, did not go well with Carry. This matter got worse when it is being said, Carry Minati was given a threat call by a Tiktoker Mr. Faisu as he was asking him to stop roasting them. This became a battle of content. YouTubers and Tiktokers were trying their best to tell that their content and platform is best.

Carry Minati who is one of the top YouTubers came forward and made a video in reply to all these happenings. It turned out to be a blockbuster and the audience enjoyed and supported his video a lot.

YouTube vs Tiktok Video reached to over 75M+ views and 10M+ Likes

This video proved to benefit the channel of Carry as he gained 6 million new subscribers after the video went viral and crossed the fastest liked video on YouTube. The social media also came on fire and roasted Tiktoker by making memes of Carry Minati and Amir Siddiqui. See the screenshot attached to the YouTube channel of Carry.

Ajey Nagar fans are supporting him on Twitter with hashtag #CarryMinati #JusticForCarry #ShameonYoutube , All the hashtags are on India’s top trending.

Carry Minati fans are extremely loyal towards the content creator. They never fail to show love and support whenever it is necessary to back up their favourite comedian.

NewsEnquire team asked YouTube Policy team to comment on this situation.

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