The war between YouTube and Tiktok has started sometime back. Ajey Nagar aka CarryMinati, an Indian comedian, gamer, and YouTuber, has started trending on Twitter.
CarryMinati uploaded a video criticising Tiktokers and roasted Amir Siddiqui. The video went viral and bagged more than 16 million views on YouTube while #CarryMinati started trending on Twitter. In a 12-minute video, CarryMinati targeted Siddiqui who earlier roasted YouTubers for making content from Tiktok videos.
YouTube vs TikTok and Carry Minati Vs Amir Siddiqui funny memes and jokes are all over the internet. It has given rise to meme-fest on social media platforms.
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While the youth is immensely enjoying the video, many others criticised the content. Bollywood singer Neha Bhasin took on Twitter objecting to revile content on YouTube. She wrote, “This is deplorable.. Aorry @YouTubeIndia but this is not done. This is voyeurism. Pot Calling the kettle black. And shame on Indian youth that enjoys this distasteful content…. Is abusing online new cool?” #carryminatiroast
This is deplorable https://t.co/2KtJmx5yVO
Aorry @YouTubeIndia but this is not done. This is voyeruism.
Pot calling the kettle black. And shame on Indian youth that enjoys this distasteful content.. Is abusing online the new cool?#carryminatiroast
— Neha Bhasin ( Folktales Live ) (@nehabhasin4u) May 9, 2020
This is not the first time CarryMinati has roasted someone. With more than 12 million subscribers on YouTube, Ajey Nagar has a huge fan base. Carry Minati’s latest video seems to be getting the same treatment.
In opposition, Amir Siddiqui is a TikTok star with 3.9 million followers with more than 130 million likes on Tiktok.