Carryminati Gets Emotional, Shares His Side of The Story in New Video

Ajey Nagar, aka Carryminati, has shared a new video after his viral video was taken down by YouTube last week. In his new video, he explained his side of the story and addressed the accusations of homophobia leveled against him by Twitter users.


CarryMinati uploaded a new video on Sunday in which he said that his words are being taken out of context. In his deleted viral video he roasted Amir Siddiqui, who earlier tagged Carryminati in his video about TikTok vs Youtube.

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The video was loved by many and hated by some. Carryminati’s comments were taken out of context such as “mithai ki dukan mein le jaunga toh 200 mein bik jayega” You will sell for Rs 200 at a sweet shop). Some users objected to his comments, calling him a homophobe and a bigot.

The newly released video has received over 33 million views and 6.5 million likes in just 24 hours.

CarryMinati said that it was hard to accept that his roast video was pulled down and called it a “frustrating day.” The famous YouTuber seemed to have accepted that his video will remain banned and won’t be restored.

After the video was taken down he even shared a note about his video getting removed. “Growing up, all I ever wanted to do was make videos and entertain people and I have given my hopes, dreams, blood, sweat and whole life on the platform.”

Growing up all I ever wanted to do was making videos and entertain people. I started making videos since I was 10 – and I haven’t stopped since. I’ve given my hopes, dreams, blood, sweat – my whole life to my people on YouTube – A UGC platform where the entire content is built by users and creators like myself who somehow believe they can entertain millions of people irrespective of the access to resources they have.

It is hard to accept this – but this video will remain banned and won’t be restored. This video had already broken several records and we were just a day away from saying that the most liked and the most popular non-music video on YouTube Globally belongs to an Indian Creator. Sometimes the biggest achievements become an easy target to be pulled down. Not getting enough answers can be the most disappointing situation to be in. Well, all I can say is it has been a very frustrating day.

Thank you for all the love and support you guys have shown me. Life had repeatedly taught me and reminded me today that in the end, the only thing that matters to me is your love and my commitment to give that love banc by entertaining and staying hones with you forever. Thank you for always being by my side. And I do see you “ALL”


Carry also said that he don’t even know that Why YouTube has taken down his video and everyone should stop making assumption about what happened and why the video was taken down.

#justiceforCarry trends as Carryminati’s viral video taken down by YouTube.