The page is often popular following a Gunners defeat, but Spanish defender Bellerin has said that it is not a hit among the Arsenal players.
"I don't think there's players who go on the internet to watch Arsenal Fan TV," the 22-year-old told reporters. "It does sometimes pop up on your timeline. I see it sometimes, some friends say 'oh have you heard what that guy on Arsenal Fan TV said.'
"For us players it doesn't affect us. If they want to have fun with it then have fun. When you grow you realise what is important to you to take [on board]. If a coach comes to me and says you've done something bad I'm going to take that advice.
"If someone from Arsenal Fan TV says this guy needs to do this or that I'm not going to listen to him.They're entitled to their opinion and the way they want to do it. If people find it funny then go watch it."
Arsenal, who secured a three-goal advantage in the first leg of their Europa League tie with Ostersunds on Thursday, take their lead to the Emirates next week.