The current king of YouTube, Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg, is finally done making TikTok reaction videos.
PewDiePie expressed some dissatisfaction with the lip syncing application in his latest reaction video on November 7, feeling as though TikTok has already reached its creative limits.
“Now, it’s just gone full circle,” PewDiePie said of the app’s nearly endless parody clips. “There’s no actual content left. It’s just kids trolling each other. …at this point, no one is making actual TikTok videos.”
PewDiePie then went on to state that he would no longer make any reaction videos for the application because of this reason, also remarking that he has been ‘milking’ its constant stream of content.
“This is the last one,” he said to his audience. “I promise, guys. Don’t worry, I will not milk this topic any further than it needs to be.”[ad name=”article3″]
This development doesn’t come as a huge surprise, as Felix has expressed some confusion towards the app’s popularity in previous reaction videos. Although he managed to find some entertainment in it before, it looks like the neverending ‘I’m already Tracer’ videos are starting to get to him.
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While PewDiePie might be finished with the app, his avid supporter and big-budget creator MrBeast continues to support it, with his past few videos being sponsored by the company – including his most recent video, where he revealed that he would be quitting Twitch donations in future projects.
PewDiePie’s final TikTok reaction video follows his achievement of 69 million subscribers, after which he expressed hope for a collaboration with rapper Takeshi69.