CarryMinati's YouTube Vs TikTok Video Pulled Off For Violating YT's Harassment, Bullying Policy; Angry Fans Demand JUSTICE

#JusticeForCarry trends after YouTube removes CarryMinati's viral 'YouTube vs TikTok' video for violating its policy; fans are damn pissed!

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CarryMinati's YouTube Vs TikTok Video Pulled Off For Violating YT's Harassment, Bullying Policy; Angry Fans Demand JUSTICE
We, as a nation, are currently battling with pandemic as life-threatening as Coronavirus, and as if that wasn't enough, the internet comes up some of the other controversies every day. After the Bois Locker Room mess had taken social media by a storm, it's YouTuber Ajey Nagar, who is popular as CarryMinati, trending on Twitter. Why? Only recently, he had uploaded a video called 'YouTube vs TikTok' roasting a TikToker named Amir Siddiqui. The clip went viral in no time and got millions of views and likes within hours. It opened to a great response from fans and celebrities alike. However, yesterday, his fans came across the news of the video being removed from YouTube for apparently violating their policy on bullying and harassment.

Well, it has now brewed a storm across Twitter as all the CarryMinati fans are demanding justice for the YouTuber by trending #justiceforcarry. While a lot of people are bashing YouTube for suddenly pulling out the video, some are slamming Amir Siddiqui for his alleged involvement. That certainly isn't enough since many fans are also demanding a ban on TikTok by reporting the application on PlayStore and leaving negative comments. A user wrote, "tiktokrs did their reports , now its our turn report tiktok on play store as inappropriate.. #justiceforcarry #carryminati #youtubevstiktok."

While other fans expressed their exasperation by tweeting, "Carryminati's most liked video of india taken down by youtube by taking money from tiktok ! #BanTikTokInIndia #carryminati #justiceforcarry," "Records Broken By Carryminati's Youtube Vs Tiktok video. @YouTubeIndia i urge you to rethink your decision or you will face the consequences.  #justiceforcarry."

Check out some tweets below:


While fans are stirring up all the social networking platforms with their anger, CarryMinati is yet to react on this matter. Is it the beginning of a new social media war and lots of entertainment? Maybe!


image source: instagram/carryminati
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