If YouTube Rewind 2018 quickly won the undesired top prize for the most disliked video on youtube of the year, what other content did users not like? Here is the list of the 7 most hated videos of all time on the platform.
Rebecca Black – Friday
Seventh in this ranking, the song Friday is an ode to the last working day of the week. Launched in 2011, the video has almost 128 million views for 3.3 million red inches.
Luis Fonsi – Despacito ft. Daddy Yankee
Song of the summer 2017, Despacito will have definitely toured many cities around the world before slowly dying out once September arrives. Despite everything, the song claims its place in this ranking with 3.6 million red inches, 31 million blue inches and more than 5 billion views, making it one of the most viewed videos on YouTube. It is also the first video of the platform to have exceeded 3 billion views, then 4 and 5.
PewDiePie – Can this video get 1 million dislikes?
As the name of the video, having red thumbs was definitely the goal of PewDiePie, which achieved its goal, and much more. Shared two years ago, the video cumulates 3.7 million red inches for 15 million views.
Official’Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ Reveal Trailer
Put online in 2016, the Call of Duty trailer will not have aroused the interest of its community, and on the contrary. Indeed, the video of more than three minutes gathers 3.7 million red inches for only nearly 600,000 blue inches.
Jake Paul – It’s Everyday Bro (Song) feat. Team 10
Another song in this top, and not the least. Sharing one year ago, the video made by Logan Paul’s brother has more than 220 million views, for 4 million red inches and just over 2.6 million red inches. According to comments, it seems that YouTube users did not appreciate Jake attacking PewDiePie around a punchline, knowing that the Swedish YouTuber has the largest community in the world.
Youtube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls the Rewind
As mentioned above, the Youtube Rewind 2018 definitely did not please Twitter users, despite the fact that it is a summary of the year showing many YouTubers around the world. Many complained that they did not see any particularly well-known content creators, such as PewDiePie, Logan Paul or Shane Dawson. In France, it is the Cyprian YouTubeur and its 12 million subscribers that is absent from the video.
Justin Bieber – Baby ft. Ludacris
Justin Bieber finally took first place in this ranking, with the song Baby, unveiled on YouTube in February 2010. With more than two billion views, it has 10 million blue inches… For 9.8 million red inches. Given the speed with which the Youtube Rewind 2018 is accumulating red thumbs, it would not be surprising if Bieber were soon to be overtaken by the second in this top.