Popular YouTuber Saadur Rehman (alias Ducky Bhai), has landed in hot waters after inviting talented and less cringy TikTokers on YouTube while telling the rest to stay away from the platform.
Taking to Twitter yesterday, Ducky addressed the ban on TikTok in India and said, "Even if Tiktok gets banned in Pakistan, non lip sync, talented and less cringy people are welcome to YouTube." He then added with profanity, "Rest stay the f*** away from the platform for God sake."
His tweet indirectly insulted the Tiktok community by suggesting that they were talent-less and cringy for using a lip-sync app.
Following this, several Twitterati responded to Ducky's generalisation and called him out for producing 'talent-less' and 'cringy' content himself. Many even mocked him for calling himself a 'content creator' while sharing many of his YouTube videos.
A user simply told him to stay away from YouTube himself, especially since he became famouse by "mocking the weak and vulnerable."
If anyone needs to stay away from the internet, it's you. Your entire fame is based on mocking the weak and the vulnerable.— salwa (@ranaslander) June 30, 2020
Another just threw massive shade at him.
Apna content tou dekh le pehle CoNtEnT cReAtOr.— km (@JokePeralta) June 30, 2020
More users kept chiming in telliing him to look at his own content more carefully.
Look whose talking .. !! Your whole content is based on abusive language and destructive criticism on other's content . Thats what CANCER is ..— M.humanist (@whatsoeveree) June 30, 2020
Then there were those who tweeted his videos in response to silence him.
Others just wondered with what authority was he 'welcoming' or telling people to stay away from YouTube.
The rest just deemed TikTok content to be more entertaining than his YouTube videos.
Nevertheless, Ducky Bhai has not responded to these trolls yet but Twitter users have certainly established whose side they're on.
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