Some of the most disliked YouTube videos of all time belong to Justin Bieber, PewDiePie, Jake Paul, and YouTube itself. But which video takes number one on the list? Read on to see the top 10 most disliked videos on YouTube.
It would be an understatement to say that YouTube's 2018 rewind didn't go over well. At the end of each year, YouTube creates a "YouTube Rewind" that celebrates the videos, people, music, and moments that defined 2018. Taking the place of Justin Bieber's "Baby" as the most disliked video over eight years, it took YouTube just eight days to rack up 10 million dislikes on the video.
With 173,035,380 views, it's clear that there is a growing discrepancy between the platform's true culture and the version YouTube wants its advertisers to see. The dislikes have a total of 16 million dislikes as of today, and it doesn't seem to be slowing down any time soon.
Bringing in 10 million dislikes is YouTube's second-most disliked video, "Justin Bieber - Baby ft. Ludacris (Official Music Video)." When Justin Bieber first came into fame in 2008, he was no doubt a controversial figure. Most people were completely one-sided with him and either loved him or hated him.
In fact, the dislikes on the music video seem to be more directed towards him as a person than the actual video or song itself, judging by the comments. Luckily for Justin, though, YouTube's 2018 rewind took place for No. 1 in only eight days.
It's everyday bro that this video gets a couple hundred more dislikes. At 4.2 million dislikes, it's safe to say that Jake Paul's "It's Everyday Bro (Song) feat. Team 10 (Official Music Video)" has earned its rightful spot as the third-most disliked YouTube video of all time.
With lyrics such as "I smell good" and "Who the hell are flippin' you?", the audience's reactions were definitely negative, to say the least. All of the dislikes haven't harmed his subscriber count, though, as it's shot up from 5 million to 18 million since 2017.
Yes, PewDiePie, we can get this video to 1 million dislikes. In fact, Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg's "Can this video get 1 million dislikes?" sits in fourth place for the most disliked video at 4 million dislikes.
The video begins with PewDiePie on the phone, continues with him drinking vodka, and riding an orange octopus through a neighborhood. With a current subscriber count of 95 million, it's fair to say the task PewDiePie presented viewers was an easy one to accomplish.
Coming in fifth place for the most disliked video of all time is "Luis Fonsi - Despacito ft. Daddy Yankee." You remember it, right? The song that played every 10 minutes on the radio in 2017? Not to be confused with the version featuring Justin Bieber, Fonsi's song sits at around 6 million views with 4 million dislikes, just trailing being Jake Paul's "It's Everyday Bro."
The two songs do have something in common, though, as their lyrics are quite the works of art. Translated in English, some of Fonsi's lyrics include, "If I ask you for a kiss, come give it to me" and "You know that this baby is looking for my bom bom." The song's sexual and, well, creepy nature didn't go over well with viewers, making the dislikes roll in hot.
When the Call of Duty Infinite Warfare trailer dropped, gamers everywhere were disappointed to see its sci-fi future setting, as opposed to returning a grounded or more modern-day one.
Because of this, the "Official Call of Duty®: Infinite Warfare Reveal Trailer" earned its spot as the sixth-most disliked YouTube video of all time. With over 42 million views, the video has racked up nearly 4 million dislikes since it was published in 2016.
Everyone loves Fridays, right? It's the signal that the work week is ending and the weekend IS beginning. But for Rebecca Black's song, "Friday," the general population feels the exact opposite.
Taking seventh place of the most disliked YouTube videos of all time is "Rebecca Black - Friday," with 3.4 million dislikes and over 132 million views. Black's video went viral in one week, and she went from a little-known artist to an Internet sensation, mainly for all the wrong reasons.
German YouTuber Bianca Heinicke, also known as "BibisBeautyPalace," released the music video for her song "How it is ( wap bap...)" back in 2017, expecting a positive response from her dedicated subscribers. To her surprised, the video "Bibi H - How it is ( wap bap ... ) [Official Video]" has made the eighth spot on the most disliked YouTube video list. But you don't accumulate nearly 3 million dislikes for no reason, of course.
With lyrics such as "I can't get no rest, My boyfriend quit, I'm almost dead" and "I feel so fat, I ain't got no more fizz, Don't even get to keep the cat, But that's just how it is!", it's clear the audience didn't like them just from the many negative comments. The song itself costs a high price of $5.00 to add to your music library, and it doesn't seem like many people will be any time soon.
Hi sisters, James Charles here, back with another scandal! If you've been on any social media platform in the past week, you'd know that James Charles is in a heap of trouble. But in case you haven't, here's the rundown: Tati Westbrook, a beauty guru and ex-mentor to Charles, published a 43-minute video titled "BYE SISTER ..." on May 10.
In the video, she expresses the dismay she felt over James Charles' recent actions. In response to this video, Charles published an 8-minute video, not even 24 hours later, apologizing to Tati Westbrook. It's clear as to what side the general public has taken, as Charles has lost around 3 million subscribers and Westbrook has gained around 4 million. Charles has landed himself as the ninth-most disliked video on YouTube, and only time will tell if he can bounce back from this.
"Cortando o Botão do Youtube" (Cutting the Youtube Button) is a Brazilian viral video published by YouTuber AruanFelix. In the video, Felix breaks the YouTube Silver Button (which is given by YouTube when a content producer reaches 100,000 subscribers). The video went viral in Brazil, making it the first Brazilian video to reach 1 million dislikes.
It only took one day for the video to go viral, receiving over 50,000 comments in ten hours. Four years later, the video earned the tenth spot on the most disliked YouTube video list at 2.5 million dislikes.