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Entertainment • May 19, 2019

PewDiePie explains why he's getting "pissed off" by James Charles and Tati drama

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PewDiePie explains why he's getting "pissed off" by James Charles and Tati drama
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As the feud between makeup gurus James Charles and Tati Westbrook rages on, YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg is weighing in on the matter - and he’s getting a bit tired of the drama.

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PewDiePie uploaded a video on the topic following the release of Charles’ second statement on May 18, where Charles debunked nearly all of Tati’s claims made in her viral “Bye Sister” video.

While Kjellberg admitted that Tati’s video was likely a good “wake up call” for Charles, he didn’t think bringing their feud into the public eye was “worth it” - and even hopes that their battle will end soon, before he ends up blowing a gasket.

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“...I’m ready to just check out, because I don’t really care for another person to get involved with more drama,” PewDiePie said of the debacle, noting beauty mogul Jeffree Star’s involvement in the scandal. “...This is just annoying at this point. If this drags on, I’m just gonna get pissed off.”

PewDiePie likewise sympathized with Tati for being hurt due to Charles’ brand deal with her direct competitor, SugarBearHair, but felt that she was “unjustified” in bringing their feud into the limelight, considering the massive damage done to Charles’ career and YouTube subscriber count.

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Charles himself thanked PewDiePie publicly for giving him advice during his video dissecting his initial apology to Tati, where he expressed major doubts that Charles would ever be able to come back from Tati’s damaging claims.

Despite PewDiePie’s fears, it seems that Charles is making a major comeback, after all, regaining subscribers at a rapid rate while both Tati and Jeffree Star’s channels have taken significant hits.

Even major personalities like FaZe co-owner Ricky Banks have come out in support of Charles, with Banks directly asking Tati to reveal ‘Halo Beauty’s’ profits following the release of her initial video.

While popular opinion appears to have taken Charles side, Star isn’t admitting defeat just yet, claiming to have “receipts” against Charles that will expose his “mass manipulation” - although the jury is still out, as he has yet to come forward with further statements against the young beauty guru as of the publication of this article.

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