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Published: 14/May/2019 21:05by Eli Becht
It has been a rough week for James Charles as he has lost his top spot as YouTube’s biggest beauty channel after being called out and exposed in a video by Tati Westbrook, detailing his behavior around her and other people.
He released an apology video addressing Tati and everyone he hurt, but his fans didn’t seem to buy it as that video has now crossed over 2.7 million dislikes.
Before Tati released her video, James Charles was over 16 million subscribers on YouTube, but since she released it, he has dropped down to 13.5 million and the number is shrinking by the minute.
He tried to stave off the hordes of people abandoning ship by addressing everything in a video but that obviously didn’t work.
His video, simply titled “tati” now has 41 million views but also 2.7 million dislikes and counting. This number is so large that it is now breaking into territory no YouTuber wants to be.
If the video keeps up its current pace, which it seems like it is going to, it will be mentioned in the same breath as videos like the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare reveal trailer, YouTube Rewind 2018 and the viral hit song Despacito.
Jame Charles still has a while before he catches those videos, but it’s definitely not out of the realm of possibilities.
YouTube’s top 10 most disliked videos are split between music videos and normal videos, showing that viewers don’t discriminate between what they dislike.
Here’s what the current top 10 most disliked videos are.
It’ll be interesting to see where “tati” ends up when it’s all said and done.