Maza announced the move in a video posted to his new YouTube channel on Friday, January The controversy between Maza and the platform began with a video posted to Twitter in Carlos Maza, the journalist who in June accused YouTube of refusing to act after popular right-wing creator Steven Crowder posted videos featuring jokes about his race and sexuality, announced Friday he had left Vox to produce his own video series on the platform he once protested. Maza last hosted Vox's " Strikethrough " in May , just before he took to Twitter to complain about Crowder's behavior. When his centrist alter-ego, "Charles" seems confused as to why the year-old former "Strikethrough" host would join YouTube after his previous beef with the platform, he didn't hold back his thoughts.
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The controversy between Maza and the platform began with a video posted to Twitter in
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He even had received texts to his personal phone number, insisting that he debate Crowder, Maza said. Maza, who is gay, offered a compilation clip of all the times Crowder had referred to his sexuality when he was "debunking" Maza's Vox show. Carlos Maza, the former host of Strikethrough on Vox, announced he was leaving the company to make solo videos on YouTube. In , Maza criticized YouTube for its policies after it refused to remove Steven Crowder's videos that repeatedly featured jokes about Maza's sexuality and race.