YouTube's biggest star uploaded a video today where he apologised for casually dropping the N-word during a Battlegrounds stream last weekend. "I should know better," Kjellberg said. "I can't keep messing up like this."
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While Pewdiepie makes headlines over a "death to all Jews" stunt that backfired, the kicker is that such antics are not an anomaly on YouTube. The open secret that everyone knows but nobody really talks about: Many of YouTube's popular nerdy figures are openly "offensive" in an attempt to push back on a world that they believe is too politically correct.
A month after YouTube's biggest star uploaded a video containing the phrase "Death To All Jews", the service that once hosted that very content is distancing itself a bit from Felix Kjellberg.
When YouTube's biggest star swore that he was going to delete his channel after gaining 50 million subscribers, fans didn't know what to believe. Some thought he was really going through with it, and prepared for the worst. Today, Felix Kjellberg comes clean, revealing that it was just a joke all along.
Last week, YouTube's biggest star swore that once he hit 50 million subscribers, he was going to delete his popular comedy channel. Today, Felix Kjellberg hit that fated number... and the channel is still up.