CarryMinati reacts to people calling him ‘an online bully’ in Kareena Kapoor’s chat show
India’s most subscribed YouTuber CarryMinati has an enormous fan following within the country. At a very young age, CarryMinati has earned such fame that even Kaun Banega Crorepati has started to frame questions related to him. Not only this, the YouTube star will soon feature in a Bollywood film ‘Mayday’ alongside Amitabh Bachchan and Ajay Devgan. Recently, CarryMinati aka Ajey Nagar featured in Kareena Kapoor’s chat show What Women Want. In the chat show, Carry shared his views on online bullying.
Ajey Nagar aka CarryMinati runs two YouTube channels, one for roasting and the other for live game streaming. However, particularly his main channel’s roast videos are well-liked. In the past, when there was a controversy over YouTube vs TikTok, Carry made a lot of headlines by roasting a TikToker.
Since then, CarryMinati’s fan following has risen exponentially. In the chat show What Women Want, Kareena Kapoor asked Carry, ‘What would you say to those who call you an online bully?’
Answering this question, Carry revealed that whenever he roasts any person, he takes the person’s permission. If someone does not allow him to roast, he simply doesn’t make videos on that person. Jokingly, Carry also added that the person who gets roasted by him also benefits a lot fame-wise.
About a week ago, Carry released a song titled ‘Vardaan’. The hip-hop/rap song is based on his personal life. In the song, Carry narrates how a child who doesn’t have any interest in studying, convinces his family to enter the world of YouTube. CarryMinati has over 27 million subscribers on his main channel and over 8 million subscribers on his secondary channel named CarryIsLive.