YouTuber Andrew Kibe's popular YouTube channel with over 474,000 subscribers has been terminated.
According to a spot check by K24 Digital, all 3,000 videos shared on the controversial content creator's channel were unavailable.
"The YouTube account associated with this video has been terminated," a statement by YouTube reads in parts.
The reason behind the termination is yet to be known since Kibe is yet to address the matter.
Reasons to terminate
YouTube can terminate an account if one repeatedly violates community guidelines or terms of service across any form of content like repeatedly posting abusive, hateful, and/or harassing videos or comments.
Another reason YouTube can terminate a channel is if there is a single case of severe abuse such as predatory behaviour, spam or pornography, or dedication to a policy violation like hate speech, harassment, or impersonation.
YouTube can also terminate a channel due to copyright infringement claims.
According to YouTube, one is able to make an appeal on the platform.
"Don’t submit an appeal request more than once. Multiple requests increase the volume of review and cause delays in our response. Fill out the form as completely as possible including your Channel ID. The more information that you give us, the easier it will be to process your request," YouTube adds.