YouTuber Carry Minati has been the talk of the town for a week or so after he made a video called – The End. The video was a reply to Tiktoker Amir Siddiqui who had earlier accused YouTubers of gaining views and likes on their videos by roasting TikTokers.
He also said that TikTokers are no less than YouTubers. In reply to the same, Carry made a video roasting TikTok, which gained an immense response by the audience. The video, before being removed by YouTube, had gained over 70 million views and was up to become one of the most liked non-musical videos on YouTube.
However, YouTube’s policy came in the way and the video was removed for promoting bullying and harassment. This, however, didn’t go well with the netizens who now are demanding YouTube to bring back the video.
When we took a dip into YouTube’s policy, we found why YouTube removed Carry’s video.
According to YouTube’s policy page, “It’s not ok to post abusive videos and comments on YouTube. If harassment crosses the line into a malicious attack it can be reported and may be removed.”
“Content that threatens individuals is not allowed on YouTube. We also do not allow content that targets an individual with prolonged or malicious insults based on intrinsic attributes, including their protected group status or physical traits,” the policy adds.
Though the policy quoted by YouTube justifies its decision, however, people are still demanding the return of the video.