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YouTube Cut Off Content Creator Bart Baker, So He Sold Himself to China

Now, he wants back in

Bart Baker at the 2017 Streamy Awards
Bart Baker at the 2017 Streamy Awards. Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images

Bart Baker is a content creator in his midthirties with more than 10 million YouTube subscribers and more than 3 billion views on his YouTube videos. He reached notoriety by creating parodies of popular American pop songs. But he no longer posts videos to YouTube. Now he churns out content for Chinese social…




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