The head Of Comms At Google africa, Dorothy Ooko, has finally given an insight into the Andrew Kibe YouTube channel drama.
Dorothy responded to an X user who called out eh cancel culture, saying that it should not happen in content creation, saying that the cancellation was not because of his message.
"Cancel culture can not be allowed to take root in content creation. @kibeandy termination of YouTube accounts is NOT about his message but a direct attack on the creative. Restore his accounts. Say NO to CANCEL CULTURE" Wairimu Mariam posted.
In response to the statement, Dorothy said Kibe violated YouTube's Terms of Service. While he was restricted from using YouTube features, he used another channel to get around the restrictions, thus resulting in the ban.
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Kibe violated YouTube's Terms of Service. While he was restricted from using YouTube features, including uploading videos on his channel, he used another channel to get around these restrictions aka circumvention, resulting in termination of all his channels https://t.co/pkmI2AXqbz
— Dorothy Ooko (@dorothyooko) September 17, 2023
Andrew Kibe's channel was terminated while the user had 474k subscribers and millions of views, he revealed his plans to transition to a fresh platform named Yafreeka. Additionally, he assured his followers that he would maintain active engagement on TikTok, Instagram, Rumble, and X.
"Have been testing out the live feature on Yafreeka and I am confident we shall be going Live this Friday. Sign up there and start uploading your content. We are the content cartel! Meanwhile, catch me tonight same time here on X, Rumble, Instagram and TikTok. The train left the station bruh," he said.