While it looked like the very much publicized feud between YouTube siblings KSI and Deji had finally come to an end, new information revealed by KSI points to things not being how it looks on the surface.
After feuding for almost an entire month, the beef between KSI and Deji looked to have finally come to an end with a video posted by Deji on December 26 stating that they were squashing things in the hopes of keeping their business private.
KSI has since revealed, however, that “nothing has been resolved” despite Deji’s claims to the contrary.
Following Deji’s December 26 video announcing the end to the beef, he posted another video on December 27 in which he reacts to old comedic videos of him and KSI.
While this further let on that the brothers had moved past their differences, a Tweet from KSI less than an hour after that video went life paints a completely different picture.
Fam...You’re being fake to manipulate the audience to stop yourself from losing subs. Nothing has been resolved. I asked you to delete the videos attacking me and not to make any more mentioning me, but you still continue to ignore me. @Deji— KSI (@KSIOlajidebt) December 27, 2018
KSI’s statements fall in line with what Daniel ‘KEEMSTAR’ Keem theorized on December 26, making the guess that Deji’s sudden change of heart had to do with him losing subscribers rather than actually wishing to move past their issues.
Deji almost immediately responded to KSI’s Tweet by reaffirming that he is trying to “resolve shit and make things go back to how they were.”
I just wanna resolve shit and make things go back to how they were. All you want are my videos taken down https://t.co/bSqM8YvBme— Deji (@Deji) December 27, 2018
Seemingly exasperated by the entire situation, KSI posted on Twitter one last time looking to move on and continue making videos for his own channel.
Ah whatever man, i'm going back to making videos.— KSI (@KSIOlajidebt) December 27, 2018
Given the extensive back and forth these two have been known to go through, we'll likely hear more about this at some point in the near future.
As always, be sure to follow us@Dexerto on Twitter for all the latest information on this developing situation.