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MrBeast teases PewDiePie Super Bowl video in deleted Tweet

by Virginia Glaze

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Popular YouTuber Jimmy ‘MrBeast’ Donaldson may have hinted at a major update in regards to his campaign for YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg, as stated in a now-deleted Tweet.

MrBeast published a Tweet on January 25, urging his fans to peep the upcoming Super Bowl - which could hint at his previous plan to create a Super Bowl commercial advocating for PewDiePie, in light of his ongoing battle against Bollywood label T-Series.

“Make sure you guys watch the Super Bowl,” MrBeast wrote, going on to delete the Tweet shortly thereafter.

MrBeast's deleted Tweet could have confirmed an upcoming commercial for PewDiePie at the 2019 Super Bowl.

MrBeast likewise commented on an episode of Drama Alert that could provide further hints at the actual content of his possible commercial, claiming that it will be similar to Jake Paul’s recent ad for popular Twitch streamer Ninja.

“Jake's video was literally my video on [a] low budget lol,” MrBeast commented.

Jake Paul's super bowl initiative is markedly similar to that of MrBeast's, who commented on the issue in an episode of Drama Alert.

MrBeast raised the possibility of a Super Bowl ad during his video saying ‘PewDiePie’ 100,000 times, alongside a probable trip to India to advertise for PewDiePie’s success over T-Series. However, a local Indian YouTuber has already accomplished this feat - even asking passersby to quote lyrics from ‘Bitch Lasagna.’

MrBeast likewise introduced a limited-time contest, with the chance for fans to appear in one of his upcoming videos - should they purchase an article of his merchandise before the month ends.

MrBeast recently signed onto talent agency Night Media, joining the likes of pro Fortnite player Ian ‘SSundee’ Stapleton and YouTube gamer Preston ‘PrestonPlayz’ Arsement.