YouTube’s Most Gruesome New Trend Has Gone Viral
The images have been extended to users of social networks who do not know their origin. The channel has also been removed, but the clip itself named 1444 video has been uploaded again by different users and shared on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Google. However, this weekend it reached multiple commonly used social platforms such as Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Google. The man who appears in the images is an 18-year-old Russian named Gleb Korbalev, according to Twitter user @Jaxieon, who discovered the details behind the video. His upload of the video has been taken down. Keys words like “suicide” or “death” would’ve had the video flagged and taken down a lot sooner. He broadcast his suicide live on the Russian social network VK, which is similar to Facebook. On October 17, 2019, 18-year-old Moscow lyceum No. 654 student Gleb Korablev started a live-stream on Russian social media network VK. It first surfaced and started trending on Oct. 19, then it gained attention again on Dec. 9, after a TikTok user mentioned it on the app.
The man speaks in Russian making a reference to a Russian ‘suicide meme’ and then squeezes the trigger, the shot is heard perfectly and you can also see the gruesome consequences of the shot. Or have you seen it and suffer its consequences? The 17-second video seems to have been previously shared on sites and in communities that publish extremely graphic photos and videos known as gore. They have warned anyone who wants to watch the video that they will suffer a curse. People who choose to watch the video are given a special warning: If they choose to watch it, they will be cursed. It even came to the point where people were posting warnings on not watching the video. There’s lots of translations and people trying to understand what he said, but most people don’t exactly know what he said. It can be easy to dismiss all this as pure urban legend or creepypasta.
It can be easy to dismiss all this as pure urban legend or creepypasta. Would you dare to see it? The 17-second video shows a man sitting on a sofa in front of a painting with a Saiga-12 shotgun on his head. The actual video shows Gleb Korablev, an 18-year-old Russian guy, shooting himself in the head. The actual video shows Gleb Korablev, an 18-year-old Russian guy, shooting himself in the head. Worse yet, the video is actually rumored to be cursed. The video appears for the first time in one of those secret groups in which images of goals are shared. Most assault rifles are very quick to fire and very deadly upclose in point blank range. The rilfe is shown to have a magazine and and same shape as a assault rifle depicting an AK47 or an AR15. The gun he had to his head was an assault rifle and not a shotgun. He had been streaming early morning on October, 17. At around 9 am he pulled out an assault rifle, sat down, said a few words, and committed suicide on stream. He seems to be saying “goodbye” in Russian before committing suicide. The reason why Korablev committed suicide is still unknown.
The reason he named it 1444 is to avoid YouTube detection bots. What exactly is Video 1444 on YouTube? A video that was uploaded to multiple popular social media networks under the title 1444 went viral this weekend and has spread like wildfire on YouTube. The video spread through various social media channels. It had already been virtualized and shared on other channels. What is conformed is that the last part before he pulled the trigger he said “Nya” and “Paka” which is goodbye in Russian. What is conformed is that the last part before he pulled the trigger he said “Nya” and “Paka” which is goodbye in Russian. The facts presented in the macabre video took place in Moscow last Thursday, October 17, always in accordance with what was published in the Russian forums. The facts presented in the macabre video took place in Moscow last Thursday, October 17, always according to what has been published in the Russian forums. Several versions of the video have been uploaded on YouTube and on social networks with different titles, many of which include the term “video 1444”, in order to evade the removal filters.
It sparked a search for the term “video 1444” and multiple versions of the YouTube video have resurfaced. It sparked a search for the term “video 1444” and multiple versions of the YouTube video have resurfaced. Is it true that this video is cursed? This video is said to curse you, this reminds us a lot of the movie The Ring. A longer version of the video shows Korbalev’s body on the couch for more than two hours before the police arrive. His upload of the video has been taken down. It received over 150,000 views in just three days before YouTube took it down. The Internet is something surprising that has changed our lives in several ways, making it perhaps one of the most important technological developments of recent times. Originally from the U.K., Darryl Hinton is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in Trending Topics of the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.