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Entertainment • Oct 02, 2018

PewDiePie's fans have finally turned him into a Fortnite Emote

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PewDiePie's fans have finally turned him into a Fortnite Emote
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It’s no secret that Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg isn’t the biggest fan of Epic Games’ Fortnite Battle Royale, but that hasn’t stopped him from embracing some of the better memes that have come from it.

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The Swedish star has made a point of speaking out against clickbait content coming from the Fortnite community in the past and pointedly refuses to play the game.

However, fans of YouTube’s most subscribed content creator have finally found a way around his refusal to play by using some of his own green screen content to make him into a Fortnite emote!

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PewDiePie reviewed the footage of himself as a Fortnite character during the most recent installment of his 'LWIAY' video series and was quick to say “Oh no, I’m scared about the last one,” as the dances got progressively more entertaining.

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Arguably the highlight of the strange Pewds-Fortnite crossover came when the 28-year-old was attempting the game’s most famous dance - the Floss.

“Will someone please kill me? I don’t want to be here, I want nothing to do with this,” the green screen version of PewDiePie says before asking the player to “end my life.”

After the prompt to “end his life now” pops up, PewDiePie is deleted before reappearing and… well, screaming. Go figure!

“Can we add PewDiePie to Fortnite? 500 million likes and we can make it happen. I set modest goals on this channel,” the entertainer says after the clip ends.

Now all we need to do is hope that the video reaches that like goal...

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