Hi ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to my blog, it's been a while since I wrote here, The last time you viewed my article it was a fashion article but today is a completely different thing from fashion.
We're about to talk about one of the most trending things in the entertainment word today about the alleged fake 950,00+ views he brought from India according to sources just to break yaw tog's YouTube video views record. A lot of people are talking about this on Twitter and so many social media platforms.
The issue was said to have emerged after a Ghanaian YouTuber, kwadwo Sheldon, posted this data of 950k views on YouTube on one of his episodes. It's rather unknown as to which of his videos has that views but you can do it yourself by going to his YouTube channel to find out.
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