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This Day, That Year – June 12

Mon 12 Jun 2023    
The Brew News Team | 2 min read

This day in history we feature CarryMinati. An Indian YouTuber, streamer and rapper from Faridabad, India was born on this day in 1999.

Trivia – CarryMinati

Ajey Nagar also known as CarryMinati, is known for his roasting videos, comedic skits and reactions to various online topics on his channel CarryMinati. His other channel CarryisLive is dedicated to gaming and live streams. Since 2020, he is the most subscribed individual YouTuber in Asia.

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Ajey Nagar is based in Faridabad, a city near India’s national capital New Delhi. Popularly referred to as CarryMinati, Nagar is mainly involved in creating Hindi-language roasting and comedy videos, diss songs, satirical parodies, apart from live gaming. Nagar and his team produce videos out of his home in Faridabad. Nagar began posting videos on YouTube at the age of 10. His main YouTube channel has been active since 2014. In 2014, the channel’s name was AddictedA1 and Nagar would upload recorded video game footage along with his reactions to the game. In 2015, he changed the channel’s name to CarryDeol, uploading gameplay footage of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive while mimicking Sunny Deol. The channel was subsequently renamed to CarryMinati. In May 2021, Nagar released a statement saying that the channel had more than 30 million subscribers. In early 2017, Nagar created an additional YouTube channel called CarryIsLive, where he live-streams himself playing video games. He has hosted live-streams on this channel, raising funds for victims of Kerala floods in 2018. cyclone Fani in Odisha, Assam floods, Bihar floods and Shaheed’s of Pulwama attack in 2019, Bushfires in Australia, COVID’19 and the flooding in Assam and Bihar in 2020. On 4 June, Nagar hosted a four hour charity live-stream for the victims of 2023 Odisha train collision. The live-stream generated INR 11,87,611.64 with ₹1.5 lakh personal contributions; all the funds were donated to the Chief Minister’s relief funds – Government of Odisha. In 2019, Nagar was listed at the 10th position in the Next Generation Leaders’ 2019 by Time magazine, which is an annual list of ten young people who construct innovative careers. In April 2020, Nagar was featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list. In 2021, Nagar was featured On the top 50 list of India Today’s High & Mighty powerful personalities in India. In March 2022, Nagar was featured in the Hindustan Times brunch cover story.

Source – Wikipedia

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