Kelly, "The Act Man," took to his official Twitter account to share the news of him getting remonetized by YouTube. The American streamer is best known for his Call of Duty and Halo gameplay. The YouTuber faced multiple strikes, which resulted in his channel getting demonetized. The Act Man received a strike on July 8 after suggestively editing a cucumber in Quantum TV's mouth.
The video would later be taken down for violating the policies laid down by the platform. However, he was remonetized earlier today. One fan congratulated him by saying:
"You deserve this s**t man."
The Act Man reveals getting remonetized after controversy with Quantum TV
The Quantum TV feud with Kelly started earlier this month when the former made some controversial comments regarding the LGBTQ+ community and some brazen comments regarding the copyright claims.
In response, The Act Man sarcastically made a YouTube video titled "Copyright Abuse on YouTube - Featuring Quantum TV" in April 2022.
In retaliation, Quantum TV would copyright claim the video and get in touch with Kelly's mother over the issue. The Act Man took the feud further by making a mock video of him with suggestive illustrations. The video was later taken down before his channel got demonetized.
Upon revealing the news through his Twitter page, viewers showered in with their support as #JusticeForActMan trended, generating over 100,000 tweets in just one week on Twitter, with several contributors with millions of subscribers weighing in.
Additionally, fans were heavily critical of YouTube's decision to add a strike to his channel and siding with Quantum TV despite his antics. The 27-year-old did eventually get his channel back.
Fans react to Act Man's channel getting reinstated
Fortunately for the American, his channel was remonetized earlier today. After sharing the news on his Twitter page, Kelly received much praise from the gaming community. Here are some of the Tweets that fans have left under his post:
Many streamers and content creators themselves have come forward to share their best wishes with the content creator. Here are some of the tweets that have been made dedicated to his channel being restored:
The 27-year-old YouTuber presently has over 1.56 million subscribers. He posts monthly, with most of his content coming in the form of skits and satirical commentaries.