YouTube axes Apollo Quiboloy’s channel for ‘violating’ rules
MANILA, Philippines — The YouTube channel of alleged sex trafficker Apollo Quiboloy has been terminated.
Team YouTube addressed platform concerns by responding to a tweet about Quiboloy’s channel potentially reaching victims.
“Hey, update here: upon review, we’ve determined that the channel is in violation of Community Guidelines [and] has been terminated,” Team YouTube said in a Twitter post on Wednesday.
Quiboloy, the self-proclaimed son of god, is the founder of Kingdom of Jesus Christ. He has been tied to multiple controversies, including the 2008 killing of Datu Dominador Diarog, a tribal leader in Davao City.
He’s on the FBI’s Most Wanted list for alleged human trafficking.
Quiboloy is a known close associate and the spiritual advisor of former President Rodrigo Duterte.
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