Steven Crowder recently revealed that he had been suspended from YouTube, but what got his Louder with Crowder show banned from the platform?
The social media star, who has millions of followers on his platform was recently banned from YouTube. After waiting for a couple of hours, Steven finally broke his silence.
He shed more light on what really happened and we have all the details for you.
Steven opened up about being suspended from YouTube on Twitter and other platforms such as Rumble. In it, he revealed he was banned from YouTube once again because of his video with Kari Lake.
Detailing what had happened in the interview, Steven said that in the video that had been uploaded, Kari, who was a Trump-Endorsed Candidate for Arizona Governor, had discussed the election in which she was running.
It is unclear what part really got Steven banned from the platform but it was stated that his video had violated the company policy.
As per his IMDb, Steven is an actor, conservative political commentator, and media host. He has appeared in several movies and has his own show on social media where he talks about political topics.
He entertained the entertainment industry when he was 12 years old and landed the role of Brian in the hit children’s TV series, Arthur. This was the start of him as a voice actor. He went on to do several roles and gained a lot of recognition for the same.
He also has a huge social media following and often uses his platform to promote his content. At the moment, he has 1.1 million followers on Instagram, 5.7 million on YouTube, and 1.9 million on Twitter.