Social media has lots of perks because many unknown things happening in society gets brought to the centre stage with one post or video. But nowadays many famous YouTubers have started to share their bold opinions that have irked the other YouTubers. This has led to the YouTube debate culture. Some of the sparrings of the popular personalities in YouTube has made YouTube a toxic and hate filled environment. That is why Twitch commentator Hasan Piker has shared details about the negative aspects of the YouTube debate culture. You can know all the details about him here.
Who Is Hasan Piker?
Hasan Doğan Piker is a famous American Twitch streamer and political commentator. Formerly he worked as a broadcast journalist and producer for The Young Turks. At the moment he is the most subscribed streamer on Twitch. He discusses news and politics on the platform. Now he is twenty-eight years old and he is from New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S.
What Was the Recent Hot Debate on YouTube?
Last week famous YouTubers took part in a debate regarding the Government’s advice of wearing safety masks to escape the threat of the Covid 19 virus. The debate began when right-wing provocateur Steven Crowder tried to call out H3 Podcast host Ethan Klein on a debate for his criticism of wearing masks.
In March, Crowder insulted Klein saying that he must not criticize the agencies that ask to wear masks. So he asked him to follow the advice of the scientists without questioning them. But instead of taking part in the debate himself, Klein roped in Sam Seder the host of The Majority Report. Their debate became serious and they lashed insults at each other. This is not the first time Crowder has called out people to start Youtube debates.
As Piker is a vocal critic of the Youtube debate culture, he shared that debating on Youtube is a branding exercise. So he always tries to stay out of it. He also shared that the debate between Crowder and Seder was just a sport and not at all productive.
The YouTube debate culture according to Piker is a toxic matter. This is just a way for one person to try to beat their opponent and see who wins.
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