Pewdiepie fans are pretty loyal at this point. At most they'll just shit on him with memes that he might review.He is going to potentially lose millions of subscribers for this decision.
Sorry, I don’t believe this. A black man at this time who was believed to have been falsely accused signals to me that they had very good reasons for doubting that he did it. Blacks were hardly a well-loved class of people. Leo Frank was at the very least engaged in creepy and abusive practices and most likely was a murderous rapist, I don’t care what ADL backed academics have to say about it.
He knows about the money in appealing to kids, that's why he made a big deal about stopping his previous content (overreacting to horror games) and doing more content that he wanted to. That was before the controversy though so it seems he's going back to what's tried and true just to be safe. If there's any blackmail at all in this situation I would think it was by Youtube, not the ADL. They've been big on non controversial and ad-friendly youtubers and Pewdiepie is the face of the whole "zoomers becoming more conservative/anti SJW" phenomenon. 100 million subscribers might have been the cutoff point for someone there deciding he can't continue his channel as is.Everyone says blackmail I say he's see's the money in appealing to kids. Since he started his Minecraft series he's been on trending a bunch. Probably just trying to make himself look good for what ever his next plan is. Also the 50k explains the weird sponsors lately, Honey, and lords mobile those pay to win mobile games sponsor everyone and I'imagine
The fact that people got their knickers in a twist over some dumb edgy humor, and it having the impact it has, is the real issue here. You're not allowed to be yourself on YouTube - all hail The Algorithm.Everyone says blackmail I say he's see's the money in appealing to kids. Since he started his Minecraft series he's been on trending a bunch. Probably just trying to make himself look good for what ever his next plan is. Also the 50k explains the weird sponsors lately, Honey, and lords mobile those pay to win mobile games sponsor everyone and they pay a lot too. Also I think he's just trying to save face, most people familiar with the situation knows the Jew stuff was jokes and memes. /pol/ tards grab on to it like he was red pilling people, no he was just memeing and being edgy.
I'm with Tim Pool on this one - it's probably mostly attempts of YouTube to appease advertisers, who doesn't want to be attached to anything controversial. But then you have activist organizations such as ADL who manufactures said controversies, so it's kinda both. Every situation is different.Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't ContraPoints taken down recently? If some woke SJW troon like him can fall victim to the mob of internet Bolsheviks, then PewDiePie has every reason to be extra cautious and not piss off the ADL or any of the big shots at Google.
I don't think he's being blackmailed at all. I think he's just playing it safe, especially since he makes his entire living off of YouTube for the most part.
I don't know. you don't know how things would have looked if they didn't, and I don't think the relationship is as adversarial. Also, he might be putting him in a kafka trap. If he's a nazi, what does it mean when they take his money?The usa still being forced to send shekels to israel proves that this doesnt work
Imagine not being able to convince a bunch of unironically racist southerners that a nog raped and killed a white girl.
I hope you're joking.I think it might be a little too early to identify an ulterior motive on either part if there is one.
You don't apologize to Jews. Mainly because they'll just use your apology against you.I think it's no surprise that he does something like that after Christchurch and realizing that a great part of his fans are fucking lunatics which were acquired by being attractive to the Alt-Right. He doesn't has anything to lose except some moronic fans. And reading this thread it already seems to work.