The battle for the most subscribed channel on YouTube is taking a dark turn for PewDiePie’s cause, and the broadcaster responded to the narrowing race in regular form.
PewDiePie and Indian music label T-Series have been neck and neck for months, but the Pewds has been steadily losing his lead as fans are starting to experience growing anxiety of the coming take over.
In another entry to Last Week I Asked You (LWIAY), PewDiePie received numerous entries from his fans who are suggesting that the war against T-Series has been lost, which prompted hilarious reactions from the Swede.
After a fan had made a strikingly intricate parody for the lost cause, Pewds ran through a range of emotions from crushed to hopeful and motivated.
“You know, I’ll pretty much take the help from anyone at this point. I mean I got the help from Logan Paul, I think it’s safe to say that I’m pretty desperate,” PewDiePie said.
PewDiePie is in full lounge mode as he openly admits he is “all out of trap cards,” in a scene that is equal parts entertaining and depressing.
“And I want to be fully clear, I have no other plans, okay,” PewDiePie said. “I got nothing. T-Series is around the corner and I got nothing. Do something!”
The YouTuber pleaded to anyone listening who can help to help him get to his new goal of 100,000,000 (hundred million) subscribers.
After reading more doubtful memes from his fans, PewDiePie was insistent that the battle was not yet lost, and he’s hoping to find something, anything that could help him in his cause.
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