This Is The Most UNSUBSCRIBED YouTuber This Week - But Is It Right?
13 March 2017, 12:11 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:25
Apparently things might not be as they appear...
Keemstar got the YouTube community in a bit of a fuss with his most recent Drama Alert this week, after he accused a fellow YouTuber of being the most unsubscribed person in the whole world this month. That YouTuber has since come forward to stand up for themselves, but we're still keen to do some investigating and see what's really up. Our first stop on this magical mystery tour... SocialBlade!
If you've never used SocialBlade before, here's a brief introduction. Aside from literally hacking into a YouTubers account, SocialBlade is a very handy tool for figuring out the live subscriber counts, estimated revenue and network partnerships of EVERY YouTube channel. In addition to this, it also tracks the amount of subscribers YouTubers are gaining (and losing) on a daily basis.
So, with this in mind, look at who SocialBlade have marked as the most unsubscribed YouTuber this month.
Since this information has been widely spread across YouTube and Twitter, Scarce has made a video addressing his dramatic loss of subscribers by blaming YouTube themselves: "This whole situation is actually completely fake". He believes that since the YouTube glitch last month, which saw his channel randomly gain over 200,000 new subscribers, "YouTube have been deleting 6,000 subs a day from [his] channel... just randomly every single day, and [he believes] it's to make up for the glitch or something".
Scarce also goes on to show that during the course of one day, he averages a positive subscriber count of around 20-50 subscribers an hour - that is until "YouTube" makes it look like over 6,000 people have unsubscribed from him in the space of 60 minutes. You can see his reasonings below, and also watch Keemstar's original video right HERE.