YouTube king Felix 'PewDiePie' Kjellberg was left stunned when childhood photos of him resurfaced on his subreddit, and he had the perfect response to it.
PewDiePie is currently the biggest YouTube star with over 102 million subscribers and counting, making him one of the most influential entertainers in the entire world.
However, the Swede was left red in the cheeks during his November 25 episode of Last Week I Asked You – a series where he reacts to fan submissions – when someone submitted childhood photos of him.
The former classmate managed to post a yearbook photo of the popular personality, and he had the most hilarious response to it, and those that dig up photos from his past.
PewDiePie reacts to childhood photos of him resurfacing
Pewds was reacting to memes from his subreddit when he came across submission that posted a picture of his yearbook when he was 13, from someone claiming to be his former classmate. "Oh god what is this? Stop this!" he exclaimed, laughing.
He read the Reddit post out loud. "So I go to the same school as Felix did and found him in some old yearbooks. This is him in 8th grade)." Cracking a joke at his current appearance, he quipped, "Why do I still look like child!?"
The YouTube star then joked: "I look like a woman. I’m so mad. How dare you. How dare you pull this one on me. Maybe if I didn’t look like I was 8, when I was 13, maybe there could have been some action. Godam*it, I looked so tiny!"
The YouTube star explained that he wasn't sitting up front because he was short, but that the photographer picked him out and made him sit at the front, which foiled his plans to hide in the back.
He then reacted to another post where someone found his childhood home which had a set of stairs leading up to it. Mirroring the iconic moment in the 2019 Joker film, the fan danced on the property.
Amused, he yelled, "Yes! Those steps are a lot smaller than I remember. Holy grounds! What an absolute mad lad" as he broke into laughter.
(Timestamp 01:06 for mobile users.)
PewDiePie is having the best year of his career and life, hitting his 100 million YouTube subscriber milestone in August, and marrying his best friend Marzia 'CutiePie' Bisognin only days apart.
The popular personality also launched his wildly successful Minecraft series in June, and celebrated by buying a house and moving to Japan, capping off what has been one hell of a year.