CarryMinati, or Ajey Nagar, has been making headlines for quite some time after his popular video YouTube vs TikTok – The End released. The video was trending on YouTube for quite some time until it was taken down all of a sudden for violating terms of service.
CarryMinati’s fans then took to social media to point out their frustrations and protest against deletion of the video. The YouTuber has been off social media for some time after the fiasco, although his fans continued to advocate for him on Twitter. #JusticeForCarry and #JusticeForCarryMinati were seen to be trending even a week later on the social media platform.
The YouTuber had promised to provide a befitting reply to the people who orchestrated behind the video to be put down. CarryMinati had also made videos where he pointed out that people were misrepresenting his YouTube vs TikTok – The End video and twisting its meaning.
So, CarryMinati is now back with Yalgaar, a rap song with some really hard-hitting lyrics.
Yalgaar starts off with his signature dialogue, “Toh kaise hai aap log?” and then moves on to the actual song. The song proves that the entire debacle had a deep impact on CarryMinati and he was not quite over it. He probably would’ve moved on from the topic had the video not been taken down, but it has become personal now.
CarryMinati takes the rap song as an opportunity to talk about how people are okay with English slangs but have a problem with Hindi ones – “English mein gaali dene vaale lagte cool, Hindi mein dene vaale lagte inhe fool.”
He also takes a dig at Amir Siddiqui and says that he is out for sympathy and reach – “Victim card play karke khoon peena sahi” and “Reach, reach, reach inko chahiye reach. Please, please, please samne karte please.” He also takes the opportunity to say that all of Amir’s actions are considered fine, a dig at him using obscenities against CarryMinati in a leaked phone conversation.”
CarryMinati also pointed out the people in the YouTube community who, according to him, have backstabbed him. Additionally, he also took a jab at YouTube itself.
Yalgaar is a catchy song with some mad editing. The YouTuber created the song with Wily Frenzy, who also posted about it on Instagram. CarryMinati released the song on his YouTube channel late on Friday and it has already garnered 17 million views in 13 hours, with 3.5 million upvotes.
The controversy pushed CarryMinati’s fan following in India. He has 20.4 million subscribers and is all set to take on Amit Bhadana to become the most followed Indian YouTuber.