Content creation is a tricky business. On one side, your latest shower thought could be the next viral video on Instagram. On the other hand, if things don’t go according to plan, creators find themselves taking a misstep and end up being remembered by the internet as a poster boy for failing. In the world of content creation, creators try all sorts of tricks and gimmicks to stand out. One such creator got ‘busted’ while trying to show off taking down multiple squads.
The video starts with the player apparently near a house in Georgopol noticing a squad in a UAV. He proceeds to expertly gun them down, taking cover inside the house and repositioning himself. Although he takes some damage, he manages to take down almost all members of the enemy squad singlehandedly. It mysteriously cuts to another clip of him trying to take on another squad. Unfortunately for him, the YouTube video on the stream he is playing begins to buffer and the player doesn’t seem to know what to do so he comes out of the fullscreen on his browser to reveal that he was using Tacaz’s video in fullscreen.
Tacaz uploaded a video titled ‘NEW WORLD RECORD | 43 KILLS SOLO vs SQUAD | PUBG MOBILE’ which was being used by the streamer.
The YouTuber's Origins
Of course, some Redditors immediately began the hunt for finding who managed to fail on such epic proportions. According to some Redditors on the post, he was an Indian YouTuber who apparently deleted his channel later. However, further investigation has shown that it was a comedy skit by Bangladeshi YouTuber Kayum Rimon who is part of the comedy channel called ‘Jhamela Kingdom’. He along with 5 other creators run the channel which currently has 1.22K subscribers and generally uploads comedy content. This video was initially uploaded to Facebook by Rimon as a gag on Facebook. This was later posted to Reddit.