Why Carry Minati’s ‘Tiktok Vs Youtube’ got removed by YouTube, fans and Twitterati come in support of the YouTuber. Everything you need to know.

Carry Minati’s YouTube vs TikTok has been taken down from YouTube. Last week a video was uploaded by you tuber Carry Minati. The name of the video was YouTube vs TikTok.

The video went viral and it was so trending since last week. But now the video has been deleted from Google’s video streaming platform. The video was removed for violating the platform’s terms of service this was stated by YouTube. Extremely strong anger and reactions are being shown on twitter by fans on YouTube vs TikTok dispute video which went so much viral during the lockdown.

With 16 million subscribers the 20 years old Carry Minati is a YouTube sensation. This video YouTube vs TikTok is his most viral video till now. YouTube vs TikTok end was removed from the platform with a reason of violating its terms of services.

Carry Minati’s fan are not at all happy for removing his most viral video. Google’s video streaming chose to remove the video YouTube vs TikTok. The video gained 7 million views under a single week and his subscribers got doubled from 8 million. #CarryMinati and #JusticeForCarry are to two hashtags which are trending much on twitter.

“We will not tolerate harassment” is already mentioned in YouTubes harassment policy which was updated in December 2019. Carry Minati’s video was directly targetting the TikTokers. The video targeted the TikTokers, the social influencer Amir Siddiqui dismantling Siddiqui’s video line-by-line.

Even though fans are reacting and showing the anger on deleting the video but it was first time that he roasted a single individual. In the video YouTube vs TikTok Carry himself confessed in the end that this is for the first time he had shared a video roasting a single individual.
Before becoming the ‘Roast king of India’ he was seen in the collaboration with the fellow YouTuber Bhuvan Bham called Making Money Money with BB ki vines. He also made the distract Bye Bye PewDiePie. ‘CarryisLIve’ name of his another channel where he posts live streams of playing games not unlike-PewDiePie’s claim to fame.