YouTube Drops the Banhammer: Andrew Kibe’s Channel Gets Axed

Andrew Kibes YouTube Empire Crumbles
PHOTO - K24 - Kibe has yet to grace us with an explanation. Perhaps he's still looking for the right emojis to express his shock and awe.
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In a shocking turn of events that has left the internet trembling (or not), the infamous YouTube sensation Andrew Kibe has had his channel given the ol’ boot. Yes, you read that right; it’s “terminated,” a word that strikes fear into the hearts of internet personalities everywhere.

With a subscriber count of over 474,000, Kibe’s channel was like the talk show of the internet, but now it’s more like the quietest library you’ve ever visited. All 3,000 of his videos, once as plentiful as grains of sand on a beach, are now as inaccessible as a VIP party you weren’t invited to.

YouTube issued a statement, oh so gently, saying, “The YouTube account associated with this video has been terminated.” It’s almost poetic, isn’t it? The suspense is killing us, but Kibe himself hasn’t even shown up to the party yet.

So, why the termination, you ask? Well, YouTube has a couple of rules (no fun allowed!). They’ll shut down your channel if you keep breaking those pesky community guidelines and terms of service. You know, like repeatedly posting videos and comments that are abusive, hateful, or just downright annoying. No one likes a party pooper, not even YouTube.

But that’s not all, folks! If you’re into severe abuse—think predatory behavior, spam, or everyone’s favorite, pornography—or if you’re just really committed to violating YouTube’s policies, they’ll kick you out too. Hate speech, harassment, and impersonation are apparently frowned upon, who knew?

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Oh, and don’t even think about using someone else’s stuff without permission. Copyright infringement is a big no-no, and YouTube’s copyright police will be on your case faster than you can say “demonetization.”

But fear not, aspiring YouTubers! There’s a silver lining here. You can always try to plead your case to the almighty YouTube gods. Just remember, begging won’t get you anywhere. YouTube advises, “Don’t submit an appeal request more than once.” They’re clearly not fans of spam either. Fill out the form with all the juicy details, and who knows? Maybe you’ll get your party invite back.

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