Since making his debut as a YouTuber in 2018, Thomas “Tommyinnit” has exploded in popularity thanks to his Minecraft-related YouTube content and livestreams. The British content creator often collaborates with fellow Minecraft YouTubers and streamers which has helped the 19-year-old grow across his channels.
However, in a relatively short period of time, the Minecraft Streamer of the Year and two Guinness Book of World Records holder, Tommyinnit, has enjoyed his fair share of controversies and online spats.
After releasing a failed diss track in 2021, the ‘Zombie Child’ has seemingly decided to bring back the lost art form by churning out yet another diss track. Aimed at fellow English Minecraft content creator Phillip “Philza” on August 5, 2023, the track has taken the internet by storm.
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Tommyinnit’s latest ‘parody’ diss track ushers in Minecraft YouTube’s diss track era
Popular YouTuber, podcaster, and streamer “Keemstar” was the first to break the news about Thomas’ latest diss track via a tweet published on his DramaAlert handle. The tweet read:
“Tommyinnit released a joke rap song parodying Philza.”
However, this was accompanied by another sentence stating “Minecraft YouTube had entered their diss track era” and that the debut effort was “incredibly bad.”
The 31-second-long clip of the ‘rap’ song features fun jabs at Philza and his claims of “being the…
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