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  1. "This is one of New Zealand's darkest days," Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, as the country mourns the loss of people who were killed in the attacks on two Christchurch mosques. On Friday, the prayers of worshippers at a mosque turned into screams after a gunman mercilessly opened fire. According to the New Zealand Police, the death toll has risen over 40 and nearly 20 people have been injured. © Reuters However, this terror attack has landed famous YouTuber PewDiePie in trouble. Reportedly, out of the multiple terrorists who conducted the mass shooting, one of the gunmen live-streamed the attack and in the video he asked people to subscribe to PewDiePie. Yes, PewDiePie. The same YouTuber who has the highest number of subscribers and was recently in news for fighting with Ekta Kapoor on social media and competing with T-Series in the race for subscribers. "Remember lads, subscribe to Pewdiepie," the gunman reportedly said. © AP We're not saying PewDiePie is related to this attack in any way nor are we trying to troll or defame him. But, given his history of racist and controversial humour, people can't help but connect the dots. However, post the heinous attack and the mention of his channel in the live stream, PewDiePie has now reacted to it and says he feels 'sickened' that his name was uttered by the person. He wrote on Twitter, "Just heard news of the devastating reports from New Zealand Christchurch. I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person. My heart and thoughts go out to the victims, families and everyone affected by this tragedy." Just heard news of the devastating reports from New Zealand Christchurch. I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person. My heart and thoughts go out to the victims, families and everyone affected by this tragedy. — ƿ૯ωá«É¿à«¯Æ¿É¿à«¯ (@pewdiepie) March 15, 2019 According to a report in India Today, the gunman apparently visited 8Chan before murdering people on Friday and left this message there "Please do your part by spreading my message, making memes and shit-posting as you usually do." Our hearts go out to the families who lost their loved ones in this deadly terror attack and we hope that people of New Zealand get the strength to live through this dark time.
  2. The ongoing battle between PewDiePie and T-Series to become the most subscribed YouTube channel intensified yesterday for a brief period of time, as the Indian music channel gained an upper hand once again, only to lose it once again shortly after that. © YouTube The race between the two, as we all know, has been too close to call for quite some time now. However, things started looking great for T-Series yesterday, as their YouTube channel had gained the lead with a not-so-significant 6,000 subscribers gap. Unfortunately for T-Series, the victory didn't last long, as PewDiePie has once again regained his top spot as the most subscribed channel on the platform. This, of course, wasn't the first time that T-Series had gained the lead. We saw something similar last month too when YouTube purged several accounts, sending PewDiePie's subscriber count below T-Series. At the time of writing, the two channels are currently about 30,000 subscribers apart, with the former in the lead. PewDiePie's channel has about 88,976,000 subscribers, whereas T-Series is sitting close with 88,946,000 subs. This is certainly not the end of the race and we're sure the channels will continue to trade the top spot regularly. Perhaps an episode or two of Elon Musk hosting the 'meme review' would help? Only time will tell.
  3. The entire PewDiePie vs T-series thing was a little too quiet for a while back there, but it's back with a bang, well kinda. With the entire world - including India - supporting PewDiePie in remaining the most subscribed channel on the website, Bhushan Kumar, Gulshan Kumar's son and the chairman and managing director of T-Series decided to make a case for his company on Twitter. He posted a video talking about how T-Series becoming the most subscribed channel will make history and will be a win for India, on his Twitter account. We're on the brink of becoming the world's biggest @YouTube channel. We can make history. We can make India win. Subscribe to @TSeries #BharatWinsYouTube https://t.co/izEu8dzHdf pic.twitter.com/dJumzHwADa — Bhushan Kumar (@itsBhushanKumar) March 6, 2019 Umm, not to be rude, but how is India winning or even profiting from T-Series' win? It's just a transparent attempt at his part by trying to play on people's patriotism, which is honestly not okay. Furthermore, T-Series is not exactly what Twitter is about. PewDiePie started a channel on his own and then, over time, became unbelievably successful after putting in so much hard work. T-Series is a company, not a 'YouTuber' and it doesn't deserve to dethrone PewDiePie's record. Pewds on the other hand just laughed it off. They are getting desperate ðhttps://t.co/TIqHBJeyrY — ƿ૯ωá«É¿à«¯Æ¿É¿à«¯ (@pewdiepie) March 6, 2019 It's also funny how the replies on Bhushan Kumar's tweet are basically - Subscribe to Pewdiepie — The Marius (@MariusGabrielG) March 6, 2019 Wow. We forced them into begging. Lmao. We forced a giant corporation with thousands of workers to beg for subs. That's an incredible achievement. And more satisfying than being the #1 TBH. — Crow (@CrowTheCrow1) March 6, 2019 Exactly my point. Creators not corporations — Dannyh09 (@Dannyh09_) March 6, 2019 Yep. #BharatWinsYouTube it doesn't mean that India wins, it's a corporation who doesn't matter about the creators, you maybe win in number or with money but PewDiePie is one of those won our hearts! — Natalia Capdeville (@Chuflett) March 6, 2019 Anyway, subscribe to PewDiePie!
  4. Elon Musk loves memes, who would've thought? He's full of surprises and everyone knows that. A couple of months ago, he asked people on Twitter to send him their dankest memes and everyone came through, well kinda. People took the opportunity to basically troll him and that was also fun. And, how can we forget Elon becoming one of the biggest memes of 2018 when he smoked a joint during a podcast. And now, finally, it looks like it's his turn to be the one roasting or just maybe reviewing memes. Yep, our favourite billionaire tweeted about wanting to host 'Meme Review', a show run by PewDie Pie. He took some help from his famous - or infamous? - flamethrower and tweeted this. Host meme review? pic.twitter.com/k2SFtIUh1k — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, 2019 A collab by Elon Musk and PewDiePie is something we never knew we wanted, but sure as hell need. Obviously, everyone is trying their best to make it happen. $5 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, 2019 You drive a hard bargain, but … ok — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, 2019 Thank you for your contribution, Tesla is now the official car of the meme community. We will drive it with pride. — MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) January 27, 2019 See? Now, this is how you sell cars! Exactly. What a time to be alive! — Jacksepticeye (@Jack_Septic_Eye) January 28, 2019 But, the most important reply came from Pewds himself, of course. â dont shoot please host ð we need this! https://t.co/6l66JTw7Vq — ƿ૯ωá«É¿à«¯Æ¿É¿à«¯ (@pewdiepie) January 27, 2019 He even went as far as making a video reacting to this. Yes, we do need this. Elon Musk could single handedly save us from T-Series — Dr Grandayy (@grandayy) January 27, 2019 Make it happen. We're desperate. — daniel (@DanielSambar) January 27, 2019 We're in the best timeline. What a time to be alive. — TheFatRat (@ThisIsTheFatRat) January 28, 2019 Everyone's invested, literally. I will invest in Tesla stock if you do. — Joey (@TheAn1meMan) January 28, 2019 Please help. Dear Elon, Meme review will only take 10 minutes of your time. LWIAY will only ask for 5. An interview with Gloria Borger on PewNews 20. That is a total of 35 minutes of your undivided attention. Mars can wait. Global warming can wait. PewDiePie cant. Help your people. Thank you. — Jay Lit (@officialjaylit) January 27, 2019 The best timeline. It's easy to let the war, famine, and widespread sadness confuse us. But this post reminds us that we're in a blessed timeline — Michael Reeves (@michaelreeves08) January 27, 2019 Someone really needs to make this happen, we do need this collaboration in our lives.
  5. For months we've all seen a war waging between PewDiePie fans and T-Series supporters on YouTube. It all started when PewDiePie announced his channel will soon lose the "Most Subscribed" award to T-Series. This didn't go down particularly well with the community, and we've seen users abusing and trolling on almost every other YouTube comment section. For PewDiePie supporters, the rise of T-Series is against "solo creators" or "amateur content producers" since the Indian music company basically has the power of Bollywood. One creator going up against a full industry is a rare sight, and PewDiePie's fans don't want him to lose the title so soon. © YouTube Now, PewDiePie's fans have taken things to a whole new level. Hackers are taking over Chromecasts, Smart TVs, and Google Home devices in an effort to increase the subscriber count of the YouTuber. The hack attack, which began Wednesday morning, took advantage of badly configured routers to find streaming devices exposed to the public internet. Once found this way, the hackers renamed the device's Wi-Fi name, and then attempted to play a PewDiePie YouTube video. © YouTube/TheHackerGiraffe By forcing devices to play a PewDiePie video, the hackers threw their weight behind the “Subscribe to PewDiePie” campaign. A hacker duo known as HackerGiraffe and j3ws3r is claiming responsibility and explains the process on a website devoted to the hack. This unauthorized Casting is due to bad UPnP implementations on some routers that expose “every internal port by default.” As a result of this access, the annoying YouTube video has been viewed more than 4,000 times as of Wednesday evening. © CNET “We want to help you, and also our favorite YouTubers (particularly PewDiePie),” a statement by the duo said. “We're only trying to protect you and inform you of this before someone takes real advantage of it.” It's worth noting that the attackers technically didn't “hack” Chromecast devices. Instead, they just made use of badly configured routers, which allowed them to effectively pretend that they were on the network. HackerGiraffe said that he has not received any direct messages from PewDiePie throughout his endeavors. PewDiePie, however, thanked the hacker in a tweet on Wednesday for “doing God's work.”
  6. PewDiePie loves India, oh wait, I mean he loves to troll India and Indians. He's the biggest YouTuber in the world with over 67 million subscribers, and it seems like he loves to introduce his huge audience to so many hidden Indian memes and TV shows. Most of us might not have even seen the kids show 'Motu Patlu', but a Swedish guy has. What a world we are living in! Last year he reacted (read: roasted) the kids' cartoon 'Motu Patlu' and yeah, it does sound quite weird, but it's totally on-brand for Pewds. Then, he just moved on to singing the theme song of 'Chhota Bheem'. Wow, I never thought the weird part of the internet would be this weird. The most Indian thing ever, the first phrase that foreigners associate with India - 'show bobs and vagene'. Obviously, PewDiePie has a video with that title. Now, all these videos were still a little old, the main Indian connection for PewDiePie happened just a couple of months ago. It all started with a now-deleted tweet. He basically tweeted a screenshot of a very low-quality YouTube video of Balaji Telefilms show 'Kasamh Se'. This was quite harmless, but no, Ekta Kapoor did not think so. Bhai tu kaun hai! Luks like d firang junior artists we hire from colaba when we Create Paris in arey:) he will find his dopplegangers in kasam se only;) https://t.co/miESFOiFrO — Ekta Kapoor (@ektaravikapoor) May 11, 2018 We all remember the infamous one-sided Twitter war between Ekta Kapoor and PewDiePie, it was the most unexpected and hilarious thing to have happened this year. He got to know about how Ekta Kapoor was trying to pick a fight with him on Twitter, so he did what he does best – roasted her TV shows – and India, in general – even more, of course. Here's the entire detailed PewDiePie vs Ekta Kapoor fight, if you're interested. And, now the last video he has posted related to India is literally titled 'Jai Hind/I'm Half Indian'. He knows how to keep his Indian fan base entertained and moreover, he talks about how T-Series is about to overtake his own channel. Happy Birthday, Pewds! Keep roasting us, we all do enjoy it a lot.
  7. If you actively use YouTube or have been following the news lately, you're sure to have heard of PewDiePie, the highly controversial YouTube Channel, that has more than 65 million subscribers, making it the largest Channel on the video platform. It is run by Felix Kjellberg and has held the mantle for the last five years. But he may soon lose this prestigious title, thanks to Indian music label T-Series. PewDiePie posted a video on his channel recently, stating that his reign inevitably will come to an end, and according to his estimates, it'll happen sometime in November. © Social Blade T-Series, India's largest music label, and movie studio has nearly 60 million subscribers as now. It is known for its huge Bollywood collection featuring A-list artists. According to Social Blade, T-Series is growing at a rate of about 141,000 subscribers per day. On the other hand, PewDiePie is getting 29,000 subscribers per day. In terms of total views also, T-Series is leading by a huge margin. The Indian channel has received a total viewership of 46 billion, while PewDiePie has just 18 billion. The Indian Channel has a consistent growth rate thanks to two reasons: Our Lord Pewdiepie is under attack, his regime is being questioned. Are we just going to sit back and let him be taken over? NO! We will fight, I'm calling all the kids of the internet, let's save Pewdiepie before it's too late. pic.twitter.com/0joBoNrhPI — MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) August 29, 2018 Firstly, India has a population of 1.3 billion, while PewDiePie's majority audience is American, and the population is just 580 million. Secondly, T-Series has skyrocketed on the back of India's growing Internet penetration. Since 2016, more and more Indians have now connected thanks to the 4G revolution and dirt-cheap data prices. © YouTube The most important factor for PewDiePie's slow growth rate is PewDiePie himself. The creator has been neck deep in controversies that have seen a major backlash from his user base as well as the general YouTube audience. Issues began after Disney ended its relationship with Felix over antisemitic jokes in early 2017. Last year the video platform came under extreme pressure when another YouTuber Logan Paul posted a video apparently making fun of a suicide. The audience is tired of seeing creators like these setting a benchmark for the industry. Also, we must keep in mind that PewDiePie is single-handedly run by Felix while T-Series is an established company with hundreds of artists. The production house has been consistently posting videos ranging from music videos, lyric videos, interview, mash-ups, and a lot more. It also has rights to a multitude of Bollywood movies. The only thing Felix can do now is, urge people to hit the subscribe button hard. T-Series will continue to storm the video platform with its near unlimited supply of content. It's becoming pretty clear that PewDiePie's five-year YouTube rule is coming to an end.