CarryMinati’s latest video on YouTuber VS TikTok was a rage and took social media by storm. For the uninitiated, CarryMinati published a video where he was seen slamming the TikTokers which came in as a response to TikToker Amir Siddique who bashed YouTubers for making fun of their TikTok videos. The situation also went out of control when CarryMinati had accused Faisal Shaikh of threatening him. However, the video was loved by the majority of people but there was a certain section of people who didn’t like the video.
Nevertheless, Mr Faisu also known as Faisal Shaikh responded to these accusations as he shared a long statement on his Instagram account, opening up about the hate he started receiving after Carry’s viral video. Moving out of the drama, Faisal who is a huge sensation on TikTok took to his TikTok account and shared a video where he is seen announcing about his YouTube channel. That’s right, the star has started his own YouTube channel as he wants to bring some freshly brewed content for his fans.
In the video, he is seen thanking his million fans who have been showering with love and appreciation and hence, on that note, he starts up with his own YouTube channel.
Mera pehla vlog ka Content tayyar hai. So guys go and subscribe my YouTube channel￼ ☺️♬ original sound - mr_faisu_07
Having said that, Faisal was brutally bashed by CarryMinati fans as one user commented, “Carry ko phone karke kya dikhana chahta tha tu” Another one took a jibe at the lip-syncing concept in TikTok as the comment read, “Lekin YouTube pe log lipsync toh dekhtey nahi.” We also saw one commenting, “that's why TikTok took your blue mark. now u r normal person.” ALSO READ: TikTok Star Faisal Shaikh Gives It Back To CarryMinati; Denies Making Any Threatening Calls As #JusticeForCarry Trends
Image source: Instagram/ carryminati/ mr_faisu_07
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