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YouTube Confirms 6ix9ine's 'Trollz' Video paid Advertising Views didn't break the hip-hop record

Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj's "TROLLZ" Did Not Break YouTube Record.

According to XXL, a rep from YouTube shared a statement revealing that "TROLLZ" 6.4 million views short of surpassing "GOOBA."

YouTube's 24-hour record debut policy, "Videos eligible for YouTube’s 24-hour record debuts are those with the highest views from organic sources within the first 24 hours of the video’s public release. This includes direct links to the video, search results, external sites that embed the video and YouTube features like the homepage, watch next and Trending. Video advertising is an effective way to reach specific audiences with a song debut, but paid advertising views on YouTube will no longer be considered when looking at a 24-hour record debut."

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