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Ninja and PewDiePie roast each other’s embarrassing livestream slip-ups

Published: 8/Jun/2019 10:13 Updated: 8/Jun/2019 10:52

by Daniel Cleary


YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg and Twitch star Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins found themselves discussing their most embarrassing livestream slip-ups, as they played together in KEEMSTAR’s Friday Fortnite tournament.

The return of Friday Fortnite has made a splash within the gaming community, attracting all sorts of stars to compete within the tournament in previous weeks such as Tory Lanez, MrBeast and DJ Akademiks.

It was the unlikely duo of Ninja and PewDiePie which caught everyone’s attention, however, as two of the biggest names on the internet linked up to battle it out for the $10,000 prize.

YouTube: PewDiePiePewDiePie is one of the most popular gaming creators on YouTube and is known not to shy away from any controversy.

Ninja began highlighting the difference between making YouTube videos and streaming on Twitch, explaining that slip-ups could simply be edited out on YouTube, as opposed to streaming: “If you say something you’re not supposed to, you can edit that out.”

Ninja highlighted that it was among the biggest difficulties with livestreaming for long hours, hinting that PewDiePie knew all too well about the consequences of slip-ups, referencing his infamous PUBG rage: “You stream for 8 hours man and say one thing on accident, I mean, you know a little bit about that.”

The Swedish YouTuber denied that he was ever involved in a controversy, jokingly claiming that he has never said anything that was wrong while livestreaming, “what are you saying right now? I’ve never said anything wrong in my entire life.”

PewDiePie said he was wondering how long it was going to take for Ninja to bring up the topic of his past livestream mishaps.

PewDiePie fired a shot of his own back at the Twitch star, telling him that they would be alright as long as Ninja did not rap while they were streaming, saying, “Just don’t start rapping, then we’ll be fine.” – referencing when Ninja accidentally included a racial slur from rap lyrics he was reciting.

Their tournament run was unfortunately cut short as PewDiePie had to leave early, leaving TimTheTatman to take his place alongside Ninja for the remainder of the competition.


Logan Paul debuts Impaulsive podcast studio’s classy new look

Published: 26/Jan/2021 2:05

by Bill Cooney


Logan Paul rounded out the first month of 2021 by revealing a brand new studio and backdrop for his Impaulsive podcast that could be even more expensive than the last one.

Logan started Impaulsive back in 2018 with his cohost and partner-in-crime Mike Majlak, and it’s become one of the most popular podcasts in the world ever since.

You might not think a nice set is that important if you just listen to a show’s audio like many people do, but if you’re a creator and want to live stream YouTube videos from it, you better believe a sleek setup is all but required.

The elder Paul brother knows his way around the internet and is well-aware of this fact, so he transformed his old set into a sort of 70s-style podcasting dojo for 2021.

The old studio served Logan and the gang well, but it was time to make a change.

From the start, the show has used the same set and backdrop — which cost Paul around $90,000 back when he got things going. But, after more than two years of use, it was apparently time for a change.

The Impaulsive logo is still in the same spot on the wall, along with the TV.  But now, the entire room has been covered in what looks like wood paneling, along with the desk in the middle.

Tying it all together are new designs on the ceiling that make the whole thing feel much warmer and cozier than the previous set – sort of a podcasting ski lodge, if you want to look at it that way.

Logan Paul
If the original set was $90K, you have to wonder what this revamp cost.

Along with revealing a sneak-peek at the new setup, Logan also teased that the first episode of Impaulsive from the new studio would be out on Tuesday, Jan 26, where we can expect plenty of details on how it all came together.

It will be especially interesting to see how much this all actually cost him, seeing as how the original set the YouTube star back $90,000; and from what we know of Paul, he’s not afraid to drop a little cash.