Since the last few days, an argy-bargy over TikTok ban and privacy has been witnessed by all the social media platforms. The never ending war between YouTube and TikTok and hashtags asking users to ban TikTok, especially in India, has an abysmal impact for which ratings were dropped to 3 from 4.7, and then it suddenly plunged to 1.2, its lowest rating ever.
But tech giant Google brings off the bummer and becomes a saviour of TikTok. According to the latest media reports, Google has deleted 5 million negative reviews for TikTok from the Play Store after the catastrophes.
Presently, Google Play Store has 22 million reviews for TikTok that means it has removed more than 5 million reviews which ultimately improved its ratings, now it is 1.6 and is progressively increasing.
Debacle began a few days back when a popular Youtuber CarryMinati, whose real name is Ajay Negar, created a video in YouTube vs TikTok where he was seen criticising popular TikToker Amir Siddiqui, who had once claimed that he would be honoured to get criticised by CarryMinati.
The video has gone viral and become an extracting point for memers. Although, the video was removed from the platform on the basis of content violation but, again, Ajay Negar has come up with another video asking his followers to stop misusing the video for their benefit. Ajay became emotional while talking about the video and delivering the message at the same time.
Another debacle came when one of the videos of Faizal Siddiqui, TikTok influencer, came into a light where he was allegedly promoting an acid attack on women by recreating a disturbing scene.
It seems like the war between the YouTube and TikTok doesn’t come to an end, but Google is somewhat guarding TikTok from its utter failure.