YouTube was quick to downvote the video into oblivion and the Korean release also spawned a number of related videos parodying PSY’s efforts. According to Know Your Meme, Gangnam Style managed to surpass Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” to reach the number one position on the YouTube Top 100 Music Videos chart during the last week of August.
Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball Music Video
Views (July 2015): 780,223,958
She came in like a wrecking ball, apparently.
Miley Cyrus’ 2013 Wrecking Ball music video has also comfortably made its way into Tube Chum’s list of the most disliked YouTube videos of all time.
American musician Cyrus probably wasn’t expecting such a backlash when she first unveiled the track from her album, Bangerz. Many online viewers took offence to Cyrus’ nude scenes during the video, which feature the singer swinging naked on a giant wrecking ball.
Despite the negative feedback on the track, the video has been viewed over 700 million times, with the singer’s Vevo channel boasting over 7 million subscribers of its own.
Rick Perry – Strong Speech
Views (July 2015): 9,154,000
Above: Mr Perry shares his political views with the world.
Controversial politician Rick Perry uploaded his campaign video to YouTube in 2012 as part of his role as a Republican presidential nominee.
During the widely-hated upload Christian Perry blasts homosexual values and vows to end Barack Obama’s supposed ‘war on religion’. Naturally, the video came under fire from a number of religious communities and LGBT groups, helping to cement the video’s position in YouTube’s hall of fame for disliked videos.
Currently, Rick Perry’s speech is working its way towards one million dislikes on YouTube.
But wait, there’s more! Take a quick look at some other worthy mentions in our list of YouTube’s most disliked videos:
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