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Why PewDiePie lied to us?


Why PewDiePie lied to us?

In the past week, when PewDiePie promised to delete his channel when he reached to 50 million subscribers, he fooled everybody. Well, why did he do something like that. Here's the answer.



PewDiePie explains why he did not delete his channel with a video he has published recently. The famous YouTuber, who said that when he gets 50 million subscribers, he will delete his channel, he explained why he was deceiving people.





PewDiePie said that he would delete his channel once it reaches 50 million subscribers. When time came, it turned out that everything was a trick. PewDiePie deleted his side channel, not the main channel.



He explained his reasoning with a new video called as “50 MILLION”. As mentioned before, Google has changed the YouTube algorithm. As your channel grew, the observations fell in serious proportions. Subscriptions were automatically deleted, and they did not appear in the suggested section unless large channels were not publishing any bait-click content. The recommended videos were filled with criminal videos.





PewDiePie said that when he did good things, media just ignored him, and he thought that the only way to get their attention was to make a video that is literally based on the click bait. He was trying to tell us that he donates millions of dollars to different organizations such as RED. The result was successful and people are fully aware of the situation.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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