CarryMinati sets news global record with his rap song ‘Yalgaar’, trends #6 worldwide

CarryMinati's Yalgaar continues to gain popularity. The video has now surpassed Lady Gaga's 'Blackpink' to rank #6 worldwide.

Internet’s current sensation CarryMinati has set social media on fire with his latest rap song titled ‘Yalgaar‘. The video has set an unprecedented record worldwide to top global charts for most viewed songs on YouTube. Released on 7th June, the song has reached 66,620,749 million views on YouTube with over 9.6 million likes. It has smashed all of Indian YouTube’s record to be positioned at #6 worldwide, beating Lady Gaga’s ‘Blackpink’.

Ajay Nager aka CarryMinati has been making headlines ever since his roast video on ‘YouTube vs TikTok’. The video broke several online records and led to a massive meme fest all over Twitter. However, due to its objectionable content, YouTube took down his video for violating its community guidelines. This lead to an all-out warcry among Carry’s fans to boycott TikTok and #JusticeForCarry began trending on number #1.

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Meanwhile, Carry bounced back more ruthlessly than ever with his latest rap song which is in response to all the trolling and controversy surrounding his video. His song resonated with his fanbase and the YouTuber once again trended on Twitter. Fellow YouTubers Ashish Chinchlani, Bhuvan Bam was all praises for the CarryMinati on his huge success.

CarryMinati took to his Twitter handle to share a list of the top trending music in the world and profusely thanked his fans. His song, Yalgaar went on beat Lady Gaga’s song Blackpink that ranks on number nine.

Check out the post below.

Carry Minati recently took over Amit Bhadana to become the only Indian YouTuber with the highest numbers of subscribers.

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