Social media star Logan Paul came to YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg’s aid in his fight against T-Series on December 6, with one condition – that he wear an article of Maverick merch in one of his upcoming videos.
Paul claimed that he had sent a hoodie to PewDiePie’s home address during a response video to his call for help – although Pewds himself claimed that he had given Paul the address to a Swedish craft shop, instead.
Now, the clothing has finally been delivered to its destination, and Paul has openly challenged PewDiePie to hold up his end of the bargain.
The package was delivered. You know what to do.
Jake Paul’s Brother pic.twitter.com/4YipH96wqi
— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) December 20, 2018
“Dear PewDiePie, the package was delivered,” Paul wrote to the YouTuber in a Tweet on December 20. “You know what to do. Sincerely, Jake Paul’s Brother.”
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While PewDiePie agreed to wear the merch, he appeared to throw some shade Paul’s way, comparing the his efforts to that of popular gaming YouTuber Mark ‘Markiplier’ Fischbach. Fischbach had saved PewDiePie from an almost certain defeat on December 2, going live in a 48-minute stream until Pewds saw a 500,000 subscriber increase.
In comparison, the sub gap between PewDiePie and T-Series was not as great as when Paul deigned to step in, which Pewds made sure to point out in a video on December 9.
While Pewds has yet to respond to Paul’s Tweet, fans can expect him to stay true to the promise that he “never made” in light of Paul’s massive donation toward the Kevin and Margaret Hines Foundation, a Swedish charity that aims to normalize the conversation around mental illness and suicide.