HasanAbi Appeals To YouTube After Popular JCS Video Disappears
Jim Can’t Swim's (JCS) 'Wrath Of Jodi' suddenly disappeared from its official channel leaving fans devastated. One high-profile fan in particular, Hasan "HasanAbi" Piker, quickly sprung into action and appealed directly to YouTube to sort out the problem.
There is a lot of confusion going around at the moment with YouTube and its policies regarding DMCA content being broadcast by streamers, something Ludwig "Ludwig" Ahgren knows all too well. However, that hasn't stopped some of the most popular streamers out there watching classic YouTube videos and channels, causing the MasterChef meta which it seems no one can avoid, not even Gordon Ramsay himself.
One YouTube channel that streamers love to react to is JCS, which analyses and explores some of the most bizarre and interesting criminal interrogation footage that has ever been captured. One of the videos, called 'Wrath Of Jodi', was a particular favourite for streamers to film their horrified reactions to. However, HasanAbi has called out to YouTube after the video suddenly disappeared from the channel and is, currently, unlisted.
When Did The ‘Wrath Of Jodi’ Video Disappear?
It’s unclear when exactly the 'Wrath Of Jodi' disappeared from JCS's YouTube channel. However, the problem was first flagged up by JCS via its Twitter page on January 6. In the tweet, JCS posted: "Dear @TeamYouTube, please respond to support ticket 7-8792000032073. We would really like to get the Wrath of Jodi video back on our channel. Or at least be given an explanation as to what exactly is going on. Not just a link to your community guidelines page again, thanks."
'Wrath Of Jodi', which had gained over 24 million views on YouTube since being posted in December 2020, analysed and explored the interrogation of Jodi Ann Arias, who was arrested for murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in April 2015. As with the other videos on the channel, the video gives a brief rundown of the events leading up to Alexander’s death and why the police brought her in. The hilariously sarcastic tone of the narrator is particularly loved by viewers. Throughout the clip, his voice interjects to point out small visual and vocal cues which highlight the suspect's guilt, along with the interrogation methods used by the detectives to rattle out a confession.
What was particularly bizarre for viewers in this video was that Jodi proceeded to do handstands in the middle of being interrogated for first-degree murder, all the while protesting her innocence and getting 'emotional' over Alexander’s death. She also claimed that she couldn’t have killed Alexander because 'all her ex-boyfriends were alive.' Although the video is unlisted as of writing, it can be viewed in its entirety here.
HasanAbi Reacts To JCS Video Disappearance
If there's one thing HasanAbi is renowned for, is that he's not afraid to speak his mind. For instance, the streamer caused sent shockwaves across the community following his "cracker" comments. His words may have led to him being banned from Twitch, but it sparked a number of important conversations about across social media and the streaming community. So, it's no surprise that when he learnt about 'Wrath Of Jodi' disappearing from JCS's channel, he was quick to voice his concern directly to YouTube.
After retweeting JCS's post about the issue, HasanAbi said: "YO @YouTube
FIX THIS IMMEDIATELY! I SWEAR IF THEY STOP MAKING CONTENT AGAIN IM GONNA BE SO SAD!!!!". HasanAbi is sure not to be the only high-profile streamer to be upset by the news given how many others have created a YouTube react video of 'Wrath Of Jodi'. Other streamers include, Félix "xQc" Lengyel, Rachel "Valkyrae" Hofstetter, and Matthe "Mizkif" Rinaudo, to name a few.
There may be plenty of react videos available, but there's still no sign of the original 'Wrath Of Jodi' on JCS's YouTube channel, as yet. However, YouTube did respond to JCS's original Twitter post by saying it was "looking into it now & will make sure someone follows up on your case!"