YouTube blocked another Russian prankster channel Lexus (Vladimir Kuznetsov) and Vovan (Aleksey Stolyarov). About it in Telegram reported pranksters themselves.
When you try to access the “Show ViL” prank channel, a message appears stating that “this page is not available”. Additionally, YouTube blocked the Cart Online news channel, compatible with Vovan and Lexus, where they appeared as speakers.
Judging by the messages the video host sent to the pranksters, their channel has been blocked for “violating community guidelines”.
Vovan and Lexus consider the blocking a “political decision” that “confirms that the company is using its popularity for discriminatory purposes and is simply afraid that users around the world will understand what Western politicians really think.”
“In trying to clean up the tracks, YouTube has decided to completely tear down anything they believe to be a threat,” the pranksters noted.
Lexus suggested in a conversation with TASS that the channel could be blocked for a prank with former British Foreign Secretary William Hague, which was published on March 1. According to the agency, the pranksters called Haig on behalf of Ukraine’s ex-president Petro Poroshenko in the prank. During the conversation, Haig, in particular, said he still communicated regularly with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and told him about the need to increase arms deliveries to Kiev.
Vovan and Lexus released a lot of pranks with politicians and other famous people. They have notably played British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace, British Home Secretary Priti Patel, former US President George W. Bush, US Senator Bernie Sanders, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, Mayor from Berlin Franziska Giffey, writer Joan Rowling, Prince Harry and singer Billie. Eilish. Vovan and Lexus’ first YouTube channel was deleted in March 2022, after the start of the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine. In June, the video host blocked his other channel.
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