YouTuber Ajey Nagar, popularly known as CarryMinati, has been ruling the headlines and all social media trends from the past few days. It all happened after his last video - YouTube VS TikTok - was taken off the video-sharing platform on the account of violating their policies. The video had CarryMinati roasting a popular TikToker Amir Siddiqui, who, as per him, fueled the TikTok VS YouTube war. This didn't go down well with all his fans and they, in huge numbers, united together against TikTok and bashed the hell out of it. Well, after almost 10 days of this incident, CarryMinati has given his fans yet another reason to rejoice.
Taking to his social media, the YouTuber shared a glimpse of his next video titled Yalgaar and it's quite connected to the YouTube VS TikTok controversy. The 1 minute 43 seconds long clip is a timeline of his entire journey in the past few days. It starts with a glimpse of Carry from his YouTube VS TikTok video, followed by several screenshots that read how it became the most-liked Indian video in a couple of hours. The clip then shows the part where the video is taken down and how fans supported Carry over this, followed by his response.
"Carry roast karta hai, Carry bohot zor se roast karta hai, or Carry roast karega," read his voiceover at the end. The teaser, unsurprisingly, brewed a storm across as soon as it was unveiled. Fans couldn't contain their excitement and expressed their elation over the fact that roast king CarryaMinati is back!
Take a look at the teaser:
We came across some exciting comments like, "Koi fire engine bulwa lo, aag lagne waali hai," "And now the most awaited video is 'YALGAAR',", "bro waited too long for you Happy to see you back in form."
Indeed a happy day for all his fans out there, we can't wait to catch a glimpse of Yalgaar now!
image source: instagram/carryminati
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