Sometimes the biggest achievements become an easy target to be pulled down: CarryMinati breaks silence over the deletion of his 'YouTube vs TikTok' video


Ever since YouTube pulled down social media sensation CarryMinati's 'YouTube vs TikTok' video, everyone was waiting for his response to it. Now finally, Ajey Nagar (CarryMinati) has released an emotional statement. The YouTuber said it was ‘hard to accept’ that his roast video was pulled down and called it a ‘frustrating day.’ 

Taking to Instagram on Friday night, CarryMinati released a statement and started by sharing how making videos and entertaining people was something he dreamt of since he was 10. He wrote that he put his ‘blood, sweat and whole life’ on the platform that helped people like him entertain viewers.

The youngster seemed to have accepted that his ‘video will remain banned and won’t be restored’. He stated how the video broke numerous records and was one day away from being the most-liked non-music video on YouTube, an honour would have gone to an Indian artist.


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He wrote that not getting enough answers ‘can be the most disappointing situation’ and added that the ‘biggest achievements become an easy target’ to pull down. He concluded his statement by conveying his gratitude to his fans for standing up for him, and how that was all that mattered.

For the unversed, CarryMinati created a video on YouTube vs TikTok. He was seen roasting popular TikToker Amir Siddiqui (who had once claimed he would be honoured to get roasted by CarryMinati) and netizens gave more than their approval to the video. But soon YouTube pulled down the video over the charges of "violating YouTube's policy on harassment and bullying." CarryMinati’s fans came out in support of him and got furious to see one of the most successful videos of his channel being taken down. This video was so popular that it managed to bring in over 7 million views under a week and also doubled CarryMinati’s subscriber count from 8 million to over 16.6 million.