Jay Park’s YouTube account “jayparkaom” has just been discovered to have been deleted! Just a while ago, Jay Park tweeted that his YouTube account had gotten deleted, and when you go to try and find his channel, it states: jayparkaom has been terminated due to multiple or severe violations of our Community Guidelines.
This is quite strange as YouTube’s Community Guidelines states to not put up things that have copyright, however, the only things Jay has that are copyrighted, besides his own songs are his covers. Jay of course, has the rights to put his own songs up, but the fact that his covers are the only things that could cause his account to be terminated is quite suspicious. The fact that YouTube has an automatic copyright finding system, they would indeed notify the user about the copyright issues, a user has three warnings before their account is suspended. Since Jay’s YouTube covers have been online for more than half a year, this proves to be a strange issue indeed. YouTube even asked Jay to be partners just two days ago, not Jay himself.
Timothy DeLaGhetto, a fellow YouTube celebrity, is currently trying to help Jay get his account back from YouTube, but you can never be sure of the fact that all his previous videos would still be on the channel. I’m sure Jay’s crew and fans are also currently trying to help get his account back.
Let’s just hope that Jay’s channel will be back up, with all his videos back. It’s a shame that this has had to happen just when Jay was about to have a comeback.
No reactions to display.