The video between YouTuber Carrie Minati and Tiktok influencer Aamir Siddiqui has now become a dispute between YouTube and Tiktok. YouTube recently deleted a video of Carrie Minati. YouTube posted Carrie Minati’s video for violating the terms and conditions, but there was a ruckus on social media that Aamir Siddiqui had complained about the video, after which the video was deleted. YouTuber Technical Guruji has also jumped into the ongoing battle between YouTube and Ticketock.
Technical Guru created a video to create ruckus
Technical Guruji posted a 2.50 minute video called Cleaning My Phones on his YouTube channel on Friday, in which he is simultaneously deleting the Tittock app from 16 phones. Technical gurus are also applying sanitizers in hand before deleting the app. In less than 24 hours, this video has been viewed 5,323,317 times and has received 143,459 comments. Technical Guruji also tweeted and said, ‘Safai acche se karna dosto, tutorial video toh din mein aa hi gaya tha … Love you all 🙏 # technicalguruji’
Safai acche se karna dosto, tutorial video toh din mein aa hi gaya tha…Love you all 🙏#technicalguruji
— Gaurav Chaudhary (@TechnicalGuruji) May 15, 2020
After this video and tweet, #technicalguruji started trending on Twitter and joined the top trends. Several types of mimes were also shared. Earlier, after the video of Carrie Minati was deleted, she started trending on #JusticeForCarry on Twitter. Fans of Carrie Minati criticized YouTube for deleting videos.
What is YouTube vs TikTok controversy?
At the request of her fans, Carrie Minati made a video against Tiktok influencer Aamir Siddiqui in which she dragged Aamir and this video created a ruckus. Carrie Minati pulled Ticktock in a way. After this, YouTubers like Ashish Chanchalani, Bhuvan Bomb also joined Carrie Minati. Actually, Aamir Siddiqui had said in a video that there is more and more good content on YouTube than Tiktok. YouTuber steals ideas from Tiktok and makes videos.