The feud between Youtube and TikTok users does not seem to end anytime soon in India. Ever since Amir Siddiqui spoke on YouTubers and in response Carry Minati's aka Ajay Nagar video roasting him went viral, the rivalry between two groups is increasing.
Recently, a war is going on Twitter wherein the users are urging the authorities to ban the Chinese app in India. #BanTikTok is trending ever since Amir's brother Faizal's controversial video went viral wherein he can be seen throwing acid on a girl. A user while posting the video wrote, "This is Faizal Siddiqui, brother of Amir Siddiqui. Promoting acid attack through his Tik Tok account and they call themselves as Social Media influencer! this cringe activity is not called influencing but promoting crime. They are such a curse!!
This is Faizal Siddiqui, brother of Amir Siddiqui. Promoting acid attack through his Tik Tok account and they call themselves as Social Media influencer! this cringe activity is not called influencing but promoting crime. They are such a curse!! #BanTiktok pic.twitter.com/XY2g3kRQN9— Kolkata_Chhori (@Kolkata_Chhori) May 18, 2020
After posting the video users are asking the authority to take strict action against Faizal as he is promoting acid attack.
Meanwhile, there are reports that NCW might take action against Siddiqui after BJP MLA Tajinder Pal Singh flagged viral video on Twitter and tagged NCW Chairperson Rekha Sharma highlighting the video
Thanks Rekha ji 🙏 https://t.co/FaZwzZcX6f— Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga (@TajinderBagga) May 18, 2020
Well, not just this as soon as this video went viral few users started roasting TikTokers by posting hilarious memes.
This war has turned ou into a big case as NCW has written to Maharashtra DGP highlighting the matter.As soon as this was highlighted TikTok issued a statement on Instagram and said that his intention was not to hurt anyone in any capacity. "As a social media influencer, I realise my responsibility and apologise to anyone who was offended by the video," he wrote.