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Hey everybody, me Mutahar!

―Mutahar's intro

Mutahar Anas (born: May 1, 1994 (1994-05-01) [age 26]), better known online as SomeOrdinaryGamers (or simply SOG), is an Indian-Canadian YouTuber residing in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, who posts commentary, gaming and technological videos on YouTube. The most popular series on his channel are Deep Web Browsing and Virus Investigations. He also streams on YouTube on Mondays and Fridays.

History

Mutahar joined YouTube on February 4, 2007.[1] He opened his current channel on March 15, 2012, and uploaded his first video the next day, which featured playing the classic video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. He got 40,000 subscribers after only a year of making videos. He started streaming on Twitch in late 2013. Mutahar continued to focus on gaming videos on his channel until August 2, 2015, when he started to focus on Deep Web and Creepypasta videos.

His most popular video titled "WTF IS THIS VIDEO!?! - Deep Web Exploration 11" was uploaded on August 30, 2015 and gathered over 3,7 million views. In the video, he takes a look on the "Blank room soup.avi" mystery.

In early 2019 he started to focus on commentary videos.

In a video uploaded on November 7, 2019, he raised awareness of the YouTuber Dan Sullivan, who abused his dog.[2] On the next day, Dan removed the video discussed by Mutahar and claimed that the police showed up to his house.[3]

In 2020, after ImJayStation announced his girlfriend's death, Mutahar noted that after searching and asking about any reports, that the police confirmed that Alexia Marano was not involved in any car accident in Ottawa.[4][5] YouTubers such as penguinz0 and Pyrocynical credited him for it.

Mutahar supported EDP445 after YouTube denied to send him a Gold Play Button.

On April 13, 2020 Mutahar uploaded a video about how Valorant’s anti-cheat engine could be a security or privacy risk to consumers. The video became viral with media all around the world covering it.

Controversy

ImJayStation

January 21, 2020, Jason uploaded two videos titled "My Girlfriend Alexia Died... *Rest in Paradise*" and "SAYING GOODBYE TO MY GIRLFRIEND ALEXIA (REST IN PARADISE)"; click-baiting the "death" of his girlfriend, Alexia Marano, in a car accident. Many were quick to believe that Jason was lying, using her "death" for-profit and called Jason out for it, including Keemstar; after Jason upload, a titled "LIE DETECTOR TEST TURNS INTO REAL BREAKUP!! (CHALLENGE)" on another channel, he shares with Alexia after the first video was uploaded. SomeOrdinaryGamers, among others, noted that after searching and asking about any reports, that the police confirmed that Alexia Marano was not involved in any car accident in Ottawa. He explains in the video that something similar has happened to him for Jason to simply abuse a horrible situation for views is unacceptable. Many people, including Drew Gooden and H3h3Productions shared similar ideas, and partly quoted SomeOrdinaryGamers in their videos.

h3h3Productions

On April 10, 2020, Mutahar called out h3h3Productions for donation shaming Jeff Bezos after he donated $100,000,000 to coronavirus research, abandoning FUPA fund and backstabbing Keemstar. In a video uploaded a few days later, Mutahar corrected himself by saying that Ethan didn't outright donation shame Bezos.

However, on April 18, 2020, Ethan made a 37 minute reponse video to Mutahar called "Everyone Loves Ethan." He brought up Mutahar's networth as $1,000,000, which Mutahar later jokingly corrected to be $45,000,000,[6] he also accused Mutahar of doxing him even though Mutahar just used information that was available to him on the internet. Ethan also started raising $100,000 to coronavirus research.

Mutahar responded on Twitter by accepting he was wrong and took down both of his videos criticizing h3h3. YouTuber Memology 101 made a video in which he defended Mutahar by saying that Ethan lied about not donation shaming Bezos and provided a clip from the h3h3 podcast in which he does donation shame him. Memology 101 also mentioned that "raising other people's money is not the same as donating your own."[7]

On April 19, Mutahar uploaded a video titled "I Owe An Apology", in which he apologizes to Ethan.

Quotes

  • "Hello Guys and Gals, its me Mutahar!"
  • "I'd be lighting that bitch up, throwin' some sweet gasoline on that shit!"
  • "They had a hard time starting, they we're snorting a little bit of that good good, then they eventually went to rehab!"
  • "Xbox decided to try a little bit of that crack sandwich, and put out the series X!"
  • "You know, if the Founding Fathers could see the United States now, there'd be a hell of a Beyblade episode running in the graves below." (On the EARN-IT Act)
  • "The death rate is getting high, Ethan"

Trivia

  • Mutahar starts most of his videos by saying "Hello guys and gals."
  • Some of Mutahar’s fellow YouTuber friends include: Nexpo, penguinz0 and blameitonjorge.
  • Mutahar's family comes from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. His father is a doctor.
  • In 2015, Mutahar graduated from the Humber College.
  • Mutahar is suffering from sleep paralysis.[8]
  • He used to run a podcast called SomeOrdinaryPodcast.
  • Mutahar had a Newgrounds account called "friggerzombie".[9]
  • In his free time, he mostly plays Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and Minecraft.
  • His fans often jokingly call him "Muta" or "Mutahard".
  • DSPGaming banned him on his streams for an unknown reason.
  • He is 6'2".[10]

Subscriber Milestones

Note: The following dates are according to SocialBlade. Dates may vary by ~1 day (2 days if you live outside of North America) due to differences in time zones.

  • 10,000 Subscribers: September 20, 2012
  • 30,000 Subscribers: December 21, 2012
  • 40,000 Subscribers: January 10, 2013
  • 100,000 Subscribers: April 19, 2013
  • 200,000 Subscribers: September 30, 2013
  • 500,000 Subscribers:
  • 1,000,000 Subscribers: May 18, 2018

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This page was created on December 21, 2019, by Mystixx.

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