YouTube vs TikTok: War between the fans of both platforms – Let’s know all about the controversy…
The Internet is an insane spot with the audience winding up battling for various reasons. Recently the fight between Youtubers and TikTokers fans has started and the TikTok rating has gone from 4.6 Star to 1.2 Star.
The short video sharing application TikTok has confronted with a lot of criticism in the past with respect to its video content.
Many Indian Youtube roasting channel roasted the TikTok platform for its vulgar and unproductive content. Even many more different popular Youtube channels like Technical Guruji and Technical Sagar also criticized it.
This battle, specifically, is said to have begun after an Indian YouTuber Elvish Yadav posted a TikTok Roasting video on his channel.
After the roasting of many Youtubers, Indian TikTokers like Amir Siddiqui and Revolver Rani fought back with their reply. A Tiktoker Amir Siddiqui posted a video about YouTubers trolling Tiktokers.
He additionally expressed some bad words about YouTubers. He labeled Carryminati and other large YouTubers to that video.
In response to this TikTokers reply, Most Popular Indian Youtube Roasting Channel, Carryminati aka Ajey Nagar made and posted his TikTok roasting video on Youtube. The title of his video is “TikTok vs YouTube-The End Game”.
His video gone viral and started created records of likes on Youtube as the audience loved that video.
It created a huge hype on social media. The video hit 4 Million likes within just 6 hours of its upload and has become a humming talk in the online network since. Carryminati’s roast video was hugely applauded among the YouTubers, and even among memers.
After Carryminati’s video Ashish Chanchlani came out in support with some tweets.
Ek ke video se ye haal hai
Socho hum sab utar aaye jawab dene par kya hoga.
— Ashish Chanchlani (@ashchanchlani) May 8, 2020
Round2Shell, Bhuvan Bam, Harsh Beniwal, Amit Bhadana, Angry Prash have also supported Carryminati and shared several stories on their official Instagram accounts.
YouTube removed CarryMinati’s Tiktok vs YouTube – The End video
But as Tiktokers were being trolled in that video, so they reported that video. After a large number of reports YouTube deleted that video.
In the debate is mainstream YouTube star CarryMinati (Ajey Nagar) who posted a video named “YouTube versus TikTok: The End” on Google’s owned platform Youtube and it was brought down on the ground of provocation and online harassment.
Why is YouTube vs TikTok trending on the internet?
TikTok is a developing Chinese brand, and albeit content savvy, it can never coordinate with the sheer nature of YouTube. However the supporter and the followers base may draw near.
In this way, when YouTubers saw TikTokers procuring a decent measure of cash by just lip-matching up and not having a lot of substance (like innovativeness and talent). They were dismayed and a huge number of roasts were made up and put all over YouTube.
With the lockdown in India and an ever-increasing number of individuals simply stuck to their smartphone screens, everybody took to the battle, pulling for their side.
The peak came to CarryMinati’s video “YouTube Vs TikTok – The End”. Then it becomes a huge controversy after the video has been taken down from Youtube.
In this, he roasts a specific TikToker named Amir Siddiqui, line by line, who was protecting TikTok and quietly belittling YouTube and gloating about his image and commitment.
Here’s why TikTok’s Google Play Store Rating has dropped
After taking down the video, Carryminati (Ajey Nagar) fans are incensed and they started continuously trolling Tiktokers for that. They all disliked Mr. Faizu’s (a popular TikToker) first YouTube video and now it is the most disliked Youtube video in India.
For supporting Youtube and Ajey Nagar, his fans are proceeding to rate TikTok 1 Star on play store.
Because of a large number of 1 Star ratings TikTok ratings fall to 1.2 Stars on average. This is the reason why TikTok’s Google Play Store Rating has been dropped.
YouTube vs TikTok memes trending with #BanTikTok hashtags
Netizens additionally participate and are sharing mocking memes and funny images. With the TikTok fans protecting themselves, things have gone insane on social media. There have been various Youtube versus Tiktok memes.
Let’s check out these YouTube vs Tiktok memes:-
carry minati & other Youtubers rn: pic.twitter.com/EnqNXMuWyc
— Hrushi. (@hrushiiikesh) May 14, 2020
— Abhayayayay👅 (@dopeguymemes) May 9, 2020
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