Did you ever imagine, commenting your name on YouTube video will make you an overnight internet sensation? Well, this man actually did this and became popular all over the internet.
The man named Binod Tharu came into limelight when YouTubers, Gautami and Abhyudaya whose YouTube channel is by the name 'Slayy Point' made a video on 'Indians in YouTube comment sections'. While addressing the comment section he found a user named Binod Tharu who just commented 'Binod' in the comments section. Later, after, the name became a brand in itself, every user on YouTube started commenting Binod.
Even Paytm ended up with a hilarious response to the memes. Actually, a Twitter user @GabbbarSingh asked Paytm to change its name to Binod,
Done. https://t.co/zjxs0bDWey— Binod (@Paytm) August 7, 2020
@Paytm Can you change your name to Binod? Be a sport. C'mon.— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) August 7, 2020
So what happened in a few moments was unexpected, Paytm literally accepted the request of GabbarSingh and tagged him with the message 'Done'.
So basically,my dad just paid for all the Groceries this evening through BinodTM— Chaitanya Jha (@Tea_sinbycos_ya) August 7, 2020
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