In a surprising tweet a couple of hours ago from the creator and star of You Tube’s No. 33 most-viewed channel Ryan Higa, he cavalierly revealed that You Tube has scrubbed over 100 million views from his popular Nigahiga channel.He writes in the tweet, “Just lost a 100,000,000 views on yt lol,” and then clarifies in another tweet directly afterward, “No its not a hack, apparently yt is deleting views from privated videos (i think)…Out of that list of the top 100 most viewed channels, the highest view count losses were mostly incurred by major media channels, with the CBS You Tube channel losing the most (-421,562,527), followed by the Viso Trailers channel (379,888,112) and then at third in most lost views, Indian movie channel Rajshri (-313,415,315).
However the other members of Yabo Crew had made appearances whenever Higa visits Hawaii.
This You Tube channels were created by Ryan Higa, Sean Fujiyoshi, Tim Enos, Tarynn Nago in the year 2006.
Before her, he was with Tarynn Nago for four years. What would his life be like if he didn’t become a web celebrity?
Surprisingly, he would most likely fulfill his plans to study nuclear medicine and become a doctor. Richard Van Vleet reached Ryan and Sean to invite him in his short movies. Nigahiga has nothing to do with "nigga", surprisingly.
He started off on You Tube in 2006 with his "How to be..." video series and continued making other comedy videos alone and in collaboration with other You Tubers.
As of 2017, his main channel boasts impressive 20 million of followers and more than 3 billion of views.
One of his most popular videos is a You Tube collaboration comedy skit he created with another popular You Tuber, Lily Singh (Superwoman).
The You Tube collab skit is called "The Rules of Racism," and it's hilarious, you can watch it here: For all you young hopefuls out there who want to know the answer to the question, "Is Ryan Higa Single?
, as of early 2016, sources report that Higa is indeed single.
Mystery Guitar Man tweeted that he’s lost around 10 million views from his main channel: You Tube is at it again.
In an official Creators and Partners Blog post titled “What’s Happening With View Counts?