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Entertainment • Sep 21, 2018

PewDiePie has questioned the legitimacy of T-Series subscribers on YouTube

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PewDiePie has questioned the legitimacy of T-Series subscribers on YouTube

YouTube sensation Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg has questioned the validity of the subscribers of YouTube channel, T-Series.

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Kjellberg currently has the most subscribers on YouTube, sitting at a massive 66 million. However, it seems his PewDiePie channel will not be able to hold onto the crown of ‘Most Subscribed’ for too much longer.

An Indian music production company called T-Series is set to overtake the Swede’s massive YouTube channel in the near future, currently sitting at almost 63 million subscribers, and averaging 150,000 new subscribers every day.

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Since the revelation that T-Series would eclipse his YouTube channel in subscribers, PewDiePie has launched a comedic feud with the channel, using his videos to take shots at the company’s channel.

However, in the latest edition of his popular series ‘Pew News’, Kjellberg questioned the legitimacy of T-Series’ subscribers, saying; “On my Reddit, there’s been a lot of posts talking about how if you create an account in India or the Middle East, you will automatically be subscribed to T-Series.”

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PewDiePie went on to ask his followers to sign up from the Indian or Middle Eastern regions, and send him proof if it was true. Kjellberg says that this would explain how T-Series gains so many subscribers, but their videos generally don’t cross 200,000 views.

Unfortunately for PewDiePie, even if this rumour is proven to be accurate, the T-Series channel will still overtake him in the near future.

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