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PewDiePie reveals how kid tried to ‘steal’ his childhood Pokemon cards

Published: 9/Apr/2020 20:28 Updated: 9/Apr/2020 20:30

by Brent Koepp

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During his April 9 upload, YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg hilariously recalled an incident from his childhood where a kid tried to take his Pokemon cards after being confused by Yu-Gi-Oh.

Ever since its debut on the Game Boy, Pokemon has been a big part of many adults childhoods’ that grew up in the 90s. The RPG franchise even kicked off a pop culture phenomena in the form of the Trading Card Game.

During his recent upload, YouTube star PewDiePie opened up to viewers about an incident he faced when he was younger, when a fellow kid tried to battle him for his Vulpix – but mistook the game’s rules for elements from Yu-Gi-Oh.

PewDiePie recalls hilarious Yu-Gi-Oh Pokemon memory

The YouTuber’s latest video was a love letter to the 2000’s anime Yu-Gi-Oh, where he professed his adoration for the classic. However while reacting to the series’ first episode, he was reminded of a childhood memory involving Pokemon.

“When I was a kid… Hey, I don’t remember your name,” he said before pointing towards the camera. “This little f**ker didn’t know how to play Pokemon. You know who you are. I bet you’re watching!” he joked.

He then recalled that the kid tried to “duel” him for his cards. “He was like, I know the rules of Pokemon. I’m like alright let’s play it. And he’s like alright, so you just pick the first card of your deck and you place it down and whoever has the strongest card wins the other person’s card.”

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The Swedish YouTuber opened up about a hilarious childhood memory involving Pokemon cards.

Only problem is, that is clearly not how the Pokemon Trading Card Game is played. The entertainer continued, “I’m like, that sounds stupid. And he’s like, alright, place your card.”

Unfortunately for the YouTuber, he pulled a common Vulpix while the other kid had a holographic Charizard. “And he just pulls out a Charizard right away. And he’s like “Your card is mine now!” and I’m like F**K NO!” he exclaimed.

It appeared that the kid was confusing the rules between the two series, although the Swede admitted a lot of kids didn’t understand them. “Because no-one knew how to play the games. Even though they are so simple,” he said.

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While it seems to be just a case of children not understanding the rules of popular trading card games, the 30-year-old almost had his Vulpix ‘stolen’ as that is not how Pokemon battles actually work.

This isn’t the first time PewDiePie has hilariously opened up about his childhood, as he often tells viewers about stories from his youth that are totally relatable.

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Addison Rae blasts Ava Louise for publicly flirting with Bryce Hall

Published: 17/Jan/2021 22:22

by Charlotte Colombo

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After TikTok star Ava Louise appeared to publicly shoot her shot with Bryce Hall over on Instagram, his girlfriend Addison Rae made sure to mark her territory with some loved-up snaps.

TikToker Ava Louise has been making waves on social media today after a series of bizarre posts, with several of them appearing to be aimed at Sway House member and fellow TikTok star Bryce Hall.

Being sure to tag Bryce Hall, Ava Louise appeared to share a series of sexually explicit messages directed towards the influencer, telling Hall that she “wanted to have sex” with him, “didn’t care” that he had a girlfriend and even hinting that she DM’d him explicit material from her OnlyFans account.

It appears that Addison Rae got wind of the flirty posts, and while she didn’t comment on the situation directly, she jokingly posted a photo of herself hugging a grinning Hall while she pouted. Seemingly making sure Ava knew where Hall stood, she captioned the photo as “mine.” As well as commenting on Rae’s photo affirming that she’s his “baby forever”, Hall posted a photo of the two of his own around the same time.

 

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However, even this didn’t seem to deter Ava, as she commented on Rae’s post offering to “share” Hall, remarking that she thinks Addison is “hot” too.

With drama page TikTok Room updating fans on the situation, it didn’t take long for celebrity columnist Perez Hilton to weigh in on the situation, as he suggested that Ava Louise was “a better fit” for Hall than Rae was.

This in turn attracted the attention of Bryce Hall’s mom, Leah Hall, who was quick to call out Hilton for his comment by asking him: “Why would you say that?”.

Given the bizarre nature of the messages Ava was sharing, fans began to suspect that her Instagram account had been hacked. As well as posting about Bryce Hall, the account also referred to other TikTok stars like Tony Lopez and Dixie D’Amelio.

As well as joking that Tony Lopez had “blocked her because she was over the age of consent,” Ava also appeared to proposition Dixie D’Amelio. Tagging D’Amelio in her Instagram story, Ava said that she knew Dixie “played for the other team” and made an explicit proposition to her.

While Ava appeared to rebuke claims that she had been hacked – saying in an Instagram comment that she was “not hacked, just h***y” – fans remain unconvinced.