Criticism is totally fine, and saying things aren’t your speed is also fine (there’s some more popular content on byte which I don’t vibe with).
Something criticism includes, however, is judgement of merits and faults. I think it’s fair that, if you tell somebody something isn’t funny to you, you say why.
For instance- your timing on this joke was off. I’ve heard this joke 100 times before and you didn’t bring anything new to it. I don’t understand this joke. The editing was distracting. The sound effect didn’t fit. These things in my book are criticism, and are fine. They can be adjusted to.
This was trash. You’re ugly. Your voice is gross. I don’t care. All these comments don’t really do anything, and if somebody posts content encouraging people to post on other content acting like that, they deserve to be called out on it. (Not bullied, to be clear, but critique of how you provide feedback is fine.)
There are plenty of people who are going. to make mean comments anyway, and if you’re a dick about how you give criticism, you’re likely just going to get discounted as a hater, rather than as somebody who’s genuinely trying to help.
Also, controversial opinion but- there should also be space for things that are bad to exist on this platform or any platform. There’s thousands of bad videos on youtube, thousands of bad pictures on instagram, thousands of bad tik toks- and that’s fine. People who are making things, even the best creator in the world, aren’t going to make good things 100% of the time, and there’s often a curve. People who make bad content, and put it out there, are generally also trying their hardest. They’re making things at their best level, and telling them how bad their stuff is without letting them know how to fix it, especially if it’s in a mocking manner, isn’t cool.
Also, straight up, some people don’t want to be critiqued. They just want to make what they make in peace, and think there should be a space for them.