YouTube vs TikTok: CarryMinati Uploads New Video, Tells About Why TikTok Roast Video Was Deleted

Why was the CarryMinati video deleted? Why YouTube took down the TikTok roast video? CarryMinati has posted a new video after the recent YouTube vs TikTok row, and tells more about why YouTube took down the video and clarified some of his comments from the TikTok vs YouTube roast video.

YouTube vs TikTok: CarryMinati Uploads New Video, Tells About Why TikTok Roast Video Was Deleted

The CarryMinati TikTok roast video was the fastest YouTube video in India to reach 75 million views.

YouTube took down the video recently, presumed under community guidelines, where it has been labelled as gross and objectifying by some. Though we still don’t know the exact reasons why the CarryMinati TikTok roast video was taken down.

CarryMinati aka Ajay Nagar has been applauded by many for his bold stand against TikTok, while some criticised him over his comments as ‘mithai ki dukan’ or ‘200 rupay mein bik jaega’. CarryMinati has now posted a video to clarify some of his statements.

New CarryMinati Video

Why Was The TikTok Roast Video Deleted? CarryMinati’s Reply

CarryMinati yesterday uploaded a video after the recent row with his YouTube roast video being deleted. The deletion of the TikTok vs Youtube video have spurred up many questions. The CarryMinati TikTok roast video was the fastest YouTube video in India to reach 75 million views.

The TikTok roast video started a massive war on the internet where people got divided over supporting him and against him.

A huge section supported CarryMinati for his bold move against what was said by Amir Siddiqui. He bashed against TikTokers on having more brands than YouTubers and how TikTok has more creative content.

But many accused CarryMinati over his choice of language in the video where some even labelled it as cyber bullying. There were words used in the TikTok roast video by Carry straightaway have been termed gross and objectifying against some sections of the people in the society.

CarryMinati uploaded a new video on YoutTube to put out some clarity why the TikTok Vs YouTube: The End video was pulled down by YouTube.

The deletion of the YouTube vs TikTok video sparked another massive controversy on the internet.

Many accused YouTube of being partial. Users have come out against YouTube saying more or equally offensive content as the CarryMinati TikTok roast video is available on YouTube, though the CarryMinati YouTube vs TikTok video was only taken down.

CarryMinati Uploads New Video, Clarifies About YouTube vs TikTok Roast Video

CarryMinati in his new video: Stop Making Assumptions: YouTube vs TikTok: The End, clearly stated he still doesn’t have any idea why his TikTok vs YouTube video was taken down. He’s seen quite sad in the video where he expressed his frustration over the controversy. It’s not the first time he has uploaded such a video.

If you go and check his old videos, most of them are in the roast format. Also, the use of language is more or less same in most of his videos as the TikTok roast video.

From the latest video we can easily see that even CarryMinati is also clueless why the YouTube vs TikTok video was taken down.

He even clarified that the comments used in the video as ‘mithai ki dukan’ or ‘200 rupay mein bik jaega’ were just against Amir Siddiqui’s comment on TikTokers having more brands than YouTubers.

He added that people shouldn’t translate his Hindi dialogues to English, because the meaning changes in such cases. The queer community also has lashed out allegedly against CarryMinati over some of his statements in the video.

As far as we know, the YouTube vs TikTok roast video was deleted for violating ‘terms of usage’ by YouTube. The primary reasons behind taking down the CarryMinati TikTok roast video by YouTube are said to be cyber harassment, cyber bullying and usage of abusive language under the YouTube community guidelines.

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