CarryMinati Makes India Proud By Trending ‘Yalgaar’ at #6 Worldwide, Beats Lady Gaga’s ‘BlackPink’

CarryMinati Makes India Proud By Trending ‘Yalgaar’ at #6 Worldwide, Beats Lady Gaga’s ‘BlackPink’

After making headlines for his roast video titled ‘Youtube vs TikTok: The End,’ famous YouTuber Carryminati aka Ajey Nagar has again taken the Internet by storm with his new rap song Yalgaar.

The Youtube vs TikTok video became one of the most viewed videos on YouTube. Subsequently, the video was pulled down by YouTube for violating its terms of service. While many others believed the video was deleted for having “homophobic” undertones.

However, a disheartened Carryminati expressed his disappointment with his fans over the same but did not lose hope. He hit back at the trolls who targeted him on the controversy and gave them the perfect answer with his song Yalgaar.

It didn’t take long for Carry’s video to start trending across social media platforms. In fact, ‘Yalgaar‘ is currently trending #1 on YouTube and is now amongst the top 20 most viewed online videos globally in the first 24 hours. The song now trends at #6 worldwide just a day after release.

Carry took to his Facebook handle to share a list of the top trending music in the world. And his song, Yalgaar went on beat Lady Gaga’s song Blackpink that ranks on number nine.

#6 Trending worldwide 🙌🙌 I can't thank you enough, me & my brother gave it our all in this & you guys enjoyed it. That means absolutely everything to me & my brother. ❤️

Gepostet von CarryMinati am Sonntag, 7. Juni 2020

With his new song, Carry declared that he’s passionate about what he’s doing and won’t easily give up. The song is also the perfect answer to those who made fun of him and asked him to change his ways. He also went on to tell his side of the story and made clear that he won’t step back from the controversy and even lashed out on those who betrayed him. He finished the song with ‘Carry Roast Karega,’ making it loud and clear that he will not leave the war so soon.

See the song here:

For the unversed, Carry Minati began his YouTube channel at the age of 10 and rose to fame with his roast ‘Bye Pewdiepie’. That’s when he decided to take it as his profession. Carry has won 5 Youtube Creator Awards and also enjoys a massive fan following on his social media handles.

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