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Some videos stand out and become the most-liked videos and some get the title of most-disliked videos on YouTube.
In this post, I’m going to talk about the 20 most disliked videos on YouTube.
What is the most disliked video on YouTube?
The most disliked video on YouTube is “Revenge” by Lucas and Marcus. This is a YouTube Shorts video uploaded recently on July 26, 2022. As of now, it has over 54 million dislikes.
Baby Shark Dance which is the most-viewed video on YouTube has the most dislikes (18 million) in video format.
List of 20 Most-Disliked Videos on YouTube
I’m going to take YouTube videos along with YouTube Shorts and YouTube Rewind to rank the most disliked videos on YouTube.
1. “Revenge” by Lucas and Marcus
Total Dislikes – 54M
This is a prank video by Lucas and Marcus two YouTubers who are known for their comedy videos. They often collaborate with each other to create videos that are entertaining and educational.
In this video, a couple sleeping on a Water Pool Bed, and Lucas creates a hole in the bed so that couple will fall down in the water.
2. “Wakt wakt ki baat h” by Bobby Chourasiya
Total Dislikes – 29M
A funny Indian video in which a couple reached an ice cream vendor where the vendor is the ex-boyfriend of that girl. The girl insulted him stating that you deserve this. Now, her boyfriend received a call and he left, leaving her girl there. Now, the girl asks for money from his ex-boyfriend (vendor) and the vendor tells her to sell ice cream in return for money.
3. “YouTube Rewind 2018” by YouTube
Total Dislikes – 20M
YouTube Rewind 2018 was YouTube’s annual recap of the year’s biggest moments, trends, and creators. This year, YouTube AI looked back at some of the most popular videos and channels from 2018 and provided insights on what made them so successful.
Some of the top videos from 2018 include music videos from Cardi B, Childish Gambino, and Luis Fonsi, as well as a hilarious interruption by John Oliver on a live stream. As for channels, people tuned in to watch gaming content from PewDiePie and Markiplier, as well as vlogs from Casey Neistat and Logan Paul.
4. “Baby Shark Dance” by Pinkfong
Total Dislikes – 18M
This song is so catchy and fun! The lyrics are super easy to follow along with, and the dance moves are simple but really effective. I can’t help but smile and dance along whenever I hear this song. It’s just so darn adorable and happy!
5. “Baby” by Justin Bieber
Total Dislikes – 14M
“Baby” is a song by Canadian singer Justin Bieber. It was released as the lead single from his debut studio album, My World 2.0, on January 18, 2010. The song features American rapper Ludacris.
The lyrics reference a young man’s desire to have a relationship with a younger woman, and also reference Bieber’s youth. The song received generally positive reviews from contemporary critics, who praised its style.
6. “Sadak 2” by Star Studios
Total Dislikes – 14M
Sadak 2 is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language road drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt and produced by Mukesh Bhatt under their production banner, Vishesh Films. The film stars Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bhatt, Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur. It is a sequel to the 1991 film Sadak.
7. “Johny Johny Yes Papa” by LooLoo Kids
Total Dislikes – 13M
LooLoo Kids is a children’s media company that creates educational content. “Johny Johny Yes Papa” is a popular children’s song that is often used to teach young children about obedience.
8. “Bath Song” by CoComelon
Total Dislikes – 12M
“Bath Song” by CoComelon is a playful and fun song that encourages kids to take a bath and get clean. The song is set to a catchy tune and has lots of repetition, making it easy for kids to follow along. The lyrics are also simple and easy to understand.
9. “YouTube Rewind 2019” by YouTube
Total Dislikes – 9.6M
The YouTube Rewind 2019 video is a compilation of the most popular videos and creators from YouTube in 2019. The video starts with a look back at some of the biggest moments from YouTube in the past year, including the launch of YouTube Music and the new YouTube Kids app.
We then see some of the most popular videos and creators from around the world, including PewDiePie, Shane Dawson, and MrBeast. Finally, we see a look at some of the upcoming trends and creators to watch out for in 2020.
10. “Wheels on the Bus” by CoComelon
Total Dislikes – 9.9M
The Wheels on the Bus is a popular children’s song that has been adapted by CoComelon. The song is about a bus that takes children to school. The bus has many exciting features, such as a TV, a radio, and a sign that says “No Talking!”
11. “Learning Colors” by Мирошка ТВ
Total Dislikes – 8.9M
Learning Colors is a video produced by Miroshka TV that explores the various ways that colors can be learned. The video begins with a brief introduction to the three primary colors and then proceeds to explore different techniques for learning colors.
These include matching colors to objects, using color wheels, and creating color palettes. The video also discusses the benefits of learning colors, such as improved communication and coordination skills.
12. “Humpty the Train on a Fruits Ride” by Kiddiestv Hindi
Total Dislikes – 7.6M
Kiddiestv Hindi brings you the story of “Humpty the Train on a Fruits Ride”! Join Humpty as he travels through a colorful world of fruits, learning about different types of fruits along the way. This fun and educational video are perfect for young children who love trains and fruits!
13. “Baa Baa Black Sheep” by Cocomelon
Total Dislikes – 6.8M
Baa Baa Black Sheep is a beloved children’s nursery rhyme about a black sheep that gives away its wool. The rhyme is simple and repetitive, making it easy for young children to learn.
It is also a great opportunity to teach little ones about counting and colors. The catchy tune and adorable video make this one a favorite among youngsters.
14. “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” by Bounce Patrol
Total Dislikes – 6.3M
“Old MacDonald Had a Farm” by Bounce Patrol is a kid’s song that is sung to the tune of “Old McDonald Had a Farm”. The lyrics are about a farmer named Old MacDonald who has a farm with various animals.
15. “Keysha Play Filling Water in Balloons” by Zuni and Family
Total Dislikes – 6.5M
In the book “Keysha Play Filling Water in Balloons”, Zuni and her family show how to have fun while filling water balloons. They demonstrate how to use a funnel and how to tie the balloons off so they don’t leak. This is a great book for kids who want to learn how to fill water balloons.
16. “Chal Chal Gurram” by Infobells
Total Dislikes – 5.9M
Chal Chal Gurram is a story that revolves around the life of a young boy named Chal Chal Gurram. The story is set in a small village in India and is about the process of Chal Chal Gurram growing up and becoming a man. The story follows Chal Chal Gurram as he goes through the process of growing up and learning about the world around him. The story is told from the perspective of Chal Chal Gurram and is full of the innocence and wonder that accompanies childhood.
17. “Can this video get 1 million dislikes?” by PewDiePie
Total Dislikes – 5.8M
The video is a reaction to YouTube’s new algorithm that affects which videos are recommended to viewers. PewDiePie argues that the algorithm is designed to favor established channels over smaller, independent ones. As of now, it is uncertain whether or not the video will reach 1 million dislikes.
18. “Dame Tu Cosita” by Ultra Records
Total Dislikes – 6M
“Dame Tu Cosita” is a song recorded by Venezuelan singer-songwriter and comedian El Chombo. The song was released on April 27, 2018, by Ultra Music. It is a reggaeton and electronic dance music song with Brazilian and Spanish influences.
19. “Kids don’t try at home” by The Little Puff
Total Dislikes – 6M
The Little Puff is a YouTube channel that encourages kids to be creative and have fun while learning. They offer a variety of activities, crafts, and games that are perfect for kids of all ages. One of their main goals is to help kids develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
20. “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi
Total Dislikes – 5.6M
“Despacito” is a song by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee. The song was released on January 13, 2017, and has since become a global phenomenon, reaching the number-one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and becoming the most-streamed song of all time on Spotify.