The YouTube prayer channel started during Covid that’s causing a stir across the world with many people expressing that it has caused some people to “die during the prayers.”
He said: “YouTube has been asked not to allow it because of all the death and destruction in the last couple of weeks.
“We will not be allowed to have a stream during coronavirus anyway.”
However, he admitted to still having many subscribers who subscribe to the channel.
He said: “And then there’s this other audience, a small but loyal band of viewers who actually really enjoy some of my content.
“So, as a result I’ve been forced to find new ways to engage with them.
“And one way that I’ve been able to manage that is by starting to release videos that are less about me preaching his sermons and more about us being one of the more peaceful versions of religion.”
The channel was launched in January, however, it only began attracting “hundreds” of followers during the lockdown.
He said: “The first few weeks were all about me just being the next great YouTube preacher.
“And then, I think about that quote by the philosopher and I think that I am the guy who was wrong about Covid.”
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