Read on to know more about Carryminati’s YouTube journey

Ajey Nagar, nicknamed CarryMinati, is a YouTuber in India. The young celebrity from Faridabad, who was born on June 12, 1999, established a YouTube channel in 2014 and has amassed over 21.7 million subscribers in just six years. On Instagram, he has 7.5 million followers, and 1.7 million people follow him on Twitter.

Some roast and rant videos in Hindi, presented in CarryMinati’s unique way, have helped to expand his reputation. CarryMinati did all he could to acquire notoriety on YouTube, from mocking Bollywood award shows to making fun of popular TV reality show Bigg Boss to roasting celebrities and offering his thoughts on current events. He earned a lot of new admirers after his diss tune “Bye PewDiePie” against Swedish YouTuber Felix Kjellberg, commonly known as PewDiePie, went viral.

CarryMinati also tried his hand at video game live streaming on his other YouTube channel, CarryisLive, in addition to the roast and comedy videos.

CarryMinati made his first YouTube video when he was ten years old, in 2010. He began by releasing films of football tricks and tutorials, then progressed to impersonation videos. He didn’t start doing it as a full-time job until he was in the 12th grade. After becoming anxious about his Economics exam, he skipped his board examinations and completed his education through remote learning.

Ajey Nagar was chosen to Time magazine’s Next Generation Leaders list in 2019, a selection of only 10 young people from around the globe who are developing unique paths in politics, music, and other fields.

In its profile of the YouTube sensation, the magazine wrote, “India is home to a massive YouTube craze. With about 265 million monthly users, India overtook the US in 2018 to become the country with the biggest YouTube audience in the world. And with his energetic presentation style and Hindi lyrics, Nagar is now one of the most followed YouTubers in India.”

CarryMinati has earned five YouTube Creator Awards so far, including two Silver Play Buttons (for CarryMinati and CarryisLive), two Golden Play Buttons (for CarryMinati and CarryisLive), and a Diamond Play Button.

When his video titled ‘YouTube vs TikTok- The End’ was removed from YouTube for breaking terms of service in 2020, the young YouTuber sparked an uproar.

CarryMinati made a video in reaction to TikTok user Amir Siddiqui’s video. CarryMinati was seen in the video ridiculing Siddiqui for his grammatical errors, using hashtags to seek attention, and soliciting compassion through his videos. After the video was taken down, #justiceforcarry became a trend on Twitter, and CarryMinati’s supporters expressed their displeasure with the removal of his video.

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