Ever since the roast King of YouTube, CarryMinati uploaded a roast video on a TikToker Amir Siddiqui, netizens went cray. Some enjoyed the video thoroughly, while some were seen criticising the Abuse Culture on social media.
CarryMinati, with more than 12 million subscribers on YouTube, the first YouTuber to collab with Hollywood actor Tom Cruise, has a huge fan following. Ajey aka CarryMinati is the first YouTuber to start the roast trend on YouTube.
TikTok is a Chinese platform that is trending in India. More and more people are indulging in the application. The platform is often trolled and criticised for its cringy videos. While some TikTok users come up with incredible content, some are involved in making cringe and vulgar videos.
Amir Siddiqui is a TikToker with more than 13 million fan-following on the application. A few days back, the TikToker roasted Indian YouTubers and posted a video regarding the same, on his Instagram IGTV. In lieu, CarryMinati roasted Siddiqui.
Ever since this video came out, all the supporters of CarryMinati are trending the hashtag #BanTikTokIndia on Twitter. And that hashtag has now grown up to become a national trend everyone is talking about.
Hello @rsprasad Ji please remove all Chinese owned apps from being used in India. A simple letter to @GoogleIndia & @Apple will ensure IP based block of these apps. #CCP uses these apps for spying & propaganda. I’m ready to prepare list of all these apps 🙏🏼
— Arun Pudur (@arunpudur) May 9, 2020
This is devastating. What if other younger ones get inspired from such cheap video acts. @TikTok_IN should be banned & their parents should be advised for psychological consultation. #BanTikTokInIndia #bantiktokindia #BanTiktok https://t.co/UUHrrXXvNY
— Nishith Manek (@NishithManek) May 3, 2020
— Aditi (@Aditishreya29) May 4, 2020
The clash between YouTube vs TikTok is trending on all social media platforms.