Has PewDiePie Stayed True To His Promise To Delete His YouTube Channel?
PewDiePie has MAJORLY trolled us all after promising to delete his YouTube channel. Yep, it was all one big fat prank.
He held the title of YouTube's most subscribed channel owner as well as its biggest gaming star, and last night became the first ever to hit the 50 million subscriber milestone.
But for him this was anything but cause for celebration, or so he claimed, as he's actually really quite fed up with the internet casting him as the spokesperson for all YouTubers.
Not only that, but he's also over having inactive subscribers, explaining his frustration in a tweet recently:
"if im pulling 2mil views per video with 50mil subs id rather restart and get rid of inactive accounts and piss people off in the process thx"
But before you brand PewDiePie a complete liar, he did in fact delete his alternate Youtube account Jack septiceye2 instead.
Despite us being mad as hell for falling for the prank, we have to say, we're actually quite relieved he's still online.