Represent! YouTube gives Irfan Junejo a shoutout for exceptional content

Many took to social media and congratulated Junejo on his much-deserved shout-out from the video-sharing platform

Entertainment Desk September 20, 2021

Pakistani YouTuber Irfan Junejo has always been lauded for his exceptional work by his fans and followers. The famous vlogger is now representing Pakistan on YouTube's official Instagram page, as the American online video sharing and social media platform deemed his work praiseworthy. 

Taking to Instagram, Junejo graces an Insta post on YouTube's official Insta handle with the caption, "Head to Irfan Junejo's channel to wander into his cinematic universe." Junejo has two YouTube channels, Irfan Junejo and Irfan Junejo 2.0. The YouTuber has over 1.13 million followers on his main account, while 343,000 on his second channel. 


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Many took to social media and congratulated Junejo on his much-deserved shout-out from YouTube. Uzair Jaswal among others extended support to the vlogger. Fans were excited about this milestone as well!

"Irfan Junejo getting shoutouts from YouTube's official account and you are still arguing about who's the best YouTuber? The standard has been set by him. No one can reach it," penned a user. "Irfan Junejo featured on youtube's official Instagram. Such big news for Pakistan. Congratulations!" wrote another. One more tweep shared, "Irfan Junejo is the best vlogger to have ever existed."

This year, the 31-year-old announced his comeback after a 17 months hiatus. In the video, he explained that he was going to prioritise his mental health over his need to create vlogs. He explained that this was his way of trying to figure out who he is and that he needs time to figure himself out. 

Needless to say, Junejo's work speaks for itself and the milestone was a long time coming! 

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