The 10 Most Hated Videos In The History Of YouTube

YouTube is one of the few social media platforms that allows its users to show their like and dislike of videos. In some cases, videos may have more thumbs down than thumbs up just showing how savage people can be online.

To YouTube’s surprise, its own 2018 rewind video harnessed so many dislikes that it has been crowned as the most disliked video on YouTube’s history making Justin Bieber‘s “Baby” take the second place after it held that first spot, according to Business Insider

There is not a clear reason why a YouTube video can be so largely hated. Hopefully this list of the ten most hated YouTube videos of all time can show a clear pattern of what makes a video so unlikable by millions.

10. James Charles’ deleted apology video to Tati Westbrook

On May 10, YouTuber Tati Westbrook posted a video called “Bye Sister” where she let everyone know that she was cutting ties with James Charles while also accusing the young influencer of being a bad role model and “manipulating someone’s sexuality,” Business Insider reports.

Hours later, James Charles issued an apology video that only led to his losing followers at an alarming rate and facing harsh criticism. He deleted that video, but by that time the video had already garnered 3.2 million thumb downs.

9. The 17th episode of “Masha and the Bear”

The seven-minutes long video was uploaded in 2012 and it has 4.1 billion views today. The Russian children cartoon’s series, “Masha and the Bear”, is about a little girl and a retired circus bear, who is oddly enough the girl’s father figure.

According to Business Insider, comments on the YouTube video and on Reddit threads suggest that the video has been so disliked because people are angry and confused about the video’s many views. Hilarious isn’t it?

The video has garnered 3.5 million dislikes.

8. “Friday” by Rebecca Black

Rebecca Black’s “Friday” was so parodied back in 2011 and dubbed “the worst video of all time.” Although Black was merely 13 years old when she launched that song and music video that received so many negative comments and insults, that didn’t stop her from making more music.

The video has 136.3 million views and 3.5 million dislikes.

7. “Baby Shark”

The song was produced by Pinkfong!, a Korean educational brand. The video was uploaded on YouTube in 2016 alluring one too many kids by its signature dance and catchy lyrics.

It is incredible to see that there are grown adults having an opinion on this video. The video itself went viral and was the subject for many memes.

If you ask me why the video has so many dislikes I would say that those are accidental. I’ve seen my little cousin tap like crazy on the phone screen leaving behind many unintentional thumbs down on videos and I guess many other toddlers do the same.

The number of views is 3.5 billion and the dislikes (most likely accidental) are almost 4 million.

6. “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” official reveal trailer

If I said that “Baby Shark” video’s dislikes were most likely unintentional then I rule this one as the complete opposite.

“Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” was released around the same time as “Battlefield 1” which is another first-person shooter game. What happened is that “Battlefield 1” has an extremely loyal fan base and they quickly set to dislike the reveal trailer for Infinite Warfare to rule out the competition.

Infinite Warfare’s trailer has 43 million views while it has almost 4 million dislikes.

5. Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee “Despacito”

This song was playing everywhere in 2017 and it actually became the most viewed video on YouTube’s history. Like with many other viral trends, a lot of people showed their displeasure by leaving 4.2 million dislikes on the video.

4. PewDiePie’s “Can this video get a million dislikes?” video

PewDiePie, who is the YouTuber with most followers on YouTube, challenged his loyal fan base to dislike this video. His fans went above and beyond because the video has 4.3 million dislikes, according to Business Insider.

3. “It’s Everyday Bro” by Jake Paul

This song features Jake Paul’s band Team 10 and it is a diss track towards Jake Paul’s ex, Alissa Violet. In this song, Jake Paul indicated that he was going to soon surpass PewDiePie in subscribers. Well, he didn’t. He is still 81 million subscribers behind.

I have never seen the video but I have seen countless of reactions and people commenting about it on YouTube.

The video has been viewed 252.1 million times and it has been disliked 4.4 million times.

2. “Baby” by Justin Bieber

I can’t believe this video is eight years old and neither could I believe that it used to be YouTube’s most hated video. I’m not a Bieber fan, but this particular song had so many girls crazy and crushing badly on Bieber.

This is way back when he had floppy hair and looked innocent. Now he is definitely a bad boy.

The video has 2.1 billion views and 10 million dislikes.

1. “YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls The Rewind”

This video got so many backlash because it left out controversial Youtubers such as vlogging duo, Jake and Logan Paul and PewDiePie.

Business Insider reported that YouTube only showed influencers who were not involved in drama for their rewind 2018 video to keep advertisers happy.

The video became the most disliked and the fastest-disliked video. By the end of the week after its released, the video had 16 million dislikes.



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