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Looks like PewDiePie is at it again…
The YouTube star has had a rough last few months, going from promising to delete his channel, to unfortunately not deleting his channel, to dropping the n-word in a video, to completely failing to take responsibility for his mistake there.
And now, he's made a meme out of genocide.
What the what?!
Earlier this week, PewDiePie came across two Indian performers who were advertising on the website Fiverr, and he paid them to hold up a sign that read 'Death To All Jews' and dance.
Look at this (below):
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Two wrongs don't make a right.
On Thursday, PewDiePie came under fire after casually dropping the n-word in his newest YouTube upload. And, instead of apologizing for the controversial clip, the 27-year-old responded to the backlash by re-tweeting an offensive post that also contained the upsetting slur.
While critics were using #PewDiePieIsOverParty in their tweets, another white YouTuber, iDubbbz, took to Twitter to parody the backlash by recreating the trending hashtag.
However, the content creator — whose real name is Ian Carter — disgustingly replaced the word "over" with the words "a [n-word]."
As if that wasn't bad enough, the Swedish internet celebrity actually showed his appreciation for iDubbbz's tasteless post by retweeting it (below):
If only he had actually followed through on his promise to delete his account…
Now, we're normally pretty sick of the So-And-SoIsOverParty hashtags, but we'll make an exception for PewDiePie.
On Thursday, the YouTuber — whose real name is Felix Kjellberg — uploaded a new video titled I Won An Award. The 27-year-old began the ten-minute clip lamenting over the fact that he's been deemed "ugly" by Twitter trolls.
Then, he comes across a video in which he's been named one of the 100 Most Handsome Faces Of 2016 by YT user TC Candler, coming in at number 18.
In his celebration, the Swedish internet celebrity yelled out the n-word, shouting:
"Eighteen! Eighteen! Eighteen, [n-word]."
In editing, the online personality clipped the end of the offensive exclamation, but it's very clear that he did, in fact, use the inappropriate word.
You can see for yourself at 1:55 in the video (below):
PewDiePie Promised To Delete His YouTube Channel When He Hit 50 Million Subscribers — And He Actually…
Last week, YouTube megastar PewDiePie laid down the gauntlet, saying he would delete his channel when he reached 50 million subscribers.
After a long, tortuous rant that dipped into content, clickbait, and casual racism, the video gamer declared he would kill his own channel once he hit the unprecedented milestone.
On Thursday, when it looked to be a sure thing, Mr. DiePie — real name Felix Kjellberg — seemed to confirm the claim was not a joke, tweeting:
Last Friday, Felix Kjellberg — better known as his YouTube name PewDiePie — shared a video to his 49.7 MILLION subscribers explaining that he plans to delete his account once he reaches an even 50 million.
While this news came as a bombshell to the video game commentator's diehard fanbase, other viewers focused on a different part of the video altogether.
Specifically, the part in which the Swedish vlogger went off on YouTube for discriminating against him by suggesting his viewers watch videos that were not made by him — and sometimes even recommending videos posted by… *GASP* women of color!!!!
Kjellberg — who topped the list of highest paid YouTubers in 2016 with $15 million — claimed the site has become more aggressive in sourcing "clickbait" outside of a person's traditional viewing habits.
The gamer noted his frustration over YouTube's refusal to explain their algorithm of new video suggests, which apparently connects his (comedy?) channel with, for example, that of fashion and style vlogger Zoe Sugg, quipping: