Fred Pye (born: February 8, 1998YouTube star who is known for his work as a YouTuber. His recordings are for the most part based on tips, traps, and easter eggs he is one of the most viewed YouTubers. He has sometimes been criticized for clickbait videos and stealing content.), better known online as NoughtPointFourLIVE, is an English
He is the largest clickbaiter in Wikitubia but he has some good video ideas and thumbnails although his laughs sound fake
Fred Pye was born on February 8th, 1998, in Shrewsbury, Britain, Joined together Kingdom. His nationality is British and his ethnicity is moreover English. Fred Pye was born to English guardians and was raised in the same put where he was born. His birth title is Frederick Alexander Pye and was raised by his guardians along with his brother. It is accepted that he used to play the violin and collect cash fair for the reason of buying modern gaming sets and transfer a few recordings on YouTube.
Fred Pye started his career as a YouTuber with a YouTube channel named ‘NoughtPointFourLIVE’ which centers on the "trap and tips" for Grand Theft Auto V. He kept on posting a few of the recordings for Grand Theft Auto V and expanded his notoriety to the huge outline. It is accepted that he had a sheer intrigued in seeking after a career as a YouTuber sometime recently two a long time of discharging of GTA V. Besides, he has collaborated with web sensations to make a few of his recordings.
In terms of examining the controversy of Frederick, he has had his reasonable share of rumors, contention, and criticism. He is fundamentally known for 'click-baiting' which is a term utilized to depict modifying a video's thumbnail and/or title to make it more curiously. This can, peacefully, lead to recordings not being genuine to their title and/or thumbnail. Different makers felt that their thoughts had been replicated by bigger channels, with two of the most cited names being Sernandoe and NoughtPointFourLive. A few fast cases incorporate an RZED video approximately tow trucks that earned 81k views, and a few days later Sernandoe had a comparable video that got over 450,000 views. Since at that point, much littler YouTube channels (i.e. RobbinRams) have claimed to have their video concepts stolen by Frederick. In a video made by someone about him, Frederick has actually admitted to having stolen content in messages with someone. He sometimes even filtered out certain words from his videos, making it so that anyone who speaks either clickbait, fraud, copying, stolen, 10 ads, fake, scam, fake reactions and even RobbinRams will have their comment removed.
- 150,000 subscribers: April 18, 2015
- 250,000 subscribers: November 2, 2014
- 2,000,000 subscribers: March 4, 2018
- 3,000,000 subscribers: July 25, 2019