T-Series Officially Becomes the First YouTube Channel to Surpass 100 Million Subscribers

After a bitter war with beleaguered YouTube star Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg, T-Series has just made history.

Earlier this morning, Guinness World Records recognized the major Indian record label as the first to surpass 100 million subscribers on YouTube.

The world records reference company wrote,

This achievement beats record holder PewDiePie, a Swedish videogames reviewer known for his popularity and comedy sketches on the video site, as well as being the first YouTuber to reach 50 million subscribers.

The achievement also ends Kjellberg’s five-year reign as the self-proclaimed ‘King of YouTube.’

Over the last year, both T-Series and PewDiePie had remained locked in a bitter war for the 100 million subscriber milestone.  This the release of two racist tracks from the Swedish YouTuber – ‘Bi—h Lasagna’ and ‘Congratulations.’

In both tracks, PewDiePie slams the Indian record label’s history.  First launched in the 1980s, T-Series’ founder had admittedly sold pirated cassettes and videos of other Bollywood stars’ hits.

Unfortunately, as mentioned earlier, and despite his rabid fanbase’s steadfast defense of the embattled YouTuber, these songs included defamatory, disparaging, insulting, and offensive lyrics against T-Series and all Indians.

In ‘Bi—h Lasagna,’ for example, Kjellberg lambasts the skin color of the Indian population.

I’m a blue eyes white dragon while you’re just dark magician (oof) / You got a fifth of the population in your nation but / I got nine-year-olds of worlds so hold your defecation (oops).

Slamming an entire country for a single company founded in India, he adds,

Sit the f—k down T-Series, I’m here to spill the real tea / You tryin’ to dethrone me from spot on number one / But you India, you lose, so best think you haven’t won / When I’m through with you we’re gonna be completely f—g done / ‘Cause we only just begun.

Unrepentant in his second ‘diss’ track against the Indian record label, PewDiePie proudly sings,

A congratulations to your corporation / Guess to beat one Swedish boy, you need a billion Asians… / I’m sure right now there’s nothing that you’re doing that’s illegal, yeah / I’m certain that you haven’t had collusions with the mafia… / For serious, Indian mafia, please don’t kill me, that’s a joke.

Both songs ultimately proved to be Kjellberg’s Achilles’ heel.

Shortly after the publication of ‘Congratulations,’ T-Series filed a complaint in court.  The Delhi High Court sided with the Indian label, ordering YouTube to remove access to both videos in the country.  This ultimately caused PewDiePie to lose subscribers while T-Series’ fan base exploded.

 


Featured image by Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg.

Jack Black Is Coming For Ninja And Pewdiepie With New YouTube Channel

Jack Black has all the time performed lovable characters. Whether or not it’s his function in School Of Rock or Nacho Libre, Black has all the time proven us that he has a giant sense humor and likes to get overtly wacky at occasions. Now Black is taking his zany persona from the large display to the pc display with a model new YouTube channel known as “Jablinski Games.”

Black introduced the brand new enterprise on his YouTube channel with a 28-second teaser trailer. In the video, Black takes pictures at well-known content material creators comparable to “Fortnite” streamer Ninja and even Pewdiepie, who has essentially the most subscribers on the web site with over 75 million. The actor says the channel will probably be about “video games, meals, and life.” 

In the remark part the video, Black wrote “I simply need to make clear that there isn’t any manufacturing behind this. that is all my son. He’s holding me hostage and I am unable to be tracer. assist…” It appears like Black could have some assist getting these movies up. The channel trailer already has over 2.three million views which reveals how individuals are within the new challenge.

New movies will probably be posted on the channel each Friday. With gaming on YouTube being such a saturated market, solely time will inform whether or not or not Black could make his channel distinctive sufficient to outlive.

The Highest Paid YouTuber Is Seven-Year-Old Ryan ToysReview

Child stars are nothing new, however Ryan ToysReview is one thing altogether completely different than, say, Macaulay Culkin. There ought to in all probability be a unique phrase for a child whose video (granted, they’re edited and filmed by his mother and father) will get considered greater than a billion and a half instances and whose annual earnings greater than $22 Million. 

A couple of days in the past, Forbes launched one other their lists the richest folks in a given discipline, this time for YouTubers, and Mr. Toysreview was #1. He’s now obtained a line collectibles promoting at Walmart so it is probably that Ryan will solely get richer, till he will get drained toys, at which level he might flip right into a Jake Paul, who makes cash by posting vlogs and music movies which are, to say the least, onerous to observe.

Paul is second-place on the checklist, making $21.5 million a 12 months, apparently principally from his unoriginal merch, referred to as Rise N Be Original or RNBO. His brother, Logan, is tenth on the checklist even after being kicked f Google’s most popular program (which provides good advert charges for widespread channels) for filming a suicide in Japan. The different spots are all made online game commentators like PewDiePie and Vanoss, with just one spot conceded Jeffree Star’s cosmetics channel. See the complete checklist right here.

 

PewDiePie Apologizes For Distasteful Meme Mocking Demi Lovato's Overdose

PewDiePie is catching heat once again for a distasteful meme he shared on social media. PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, is one the biggest YouTubers in the world, and currently boasts nearly 65 million subscribers to his channel. Kjellberg posted a meme mocking Demi Lovato’s recent overdose. The meme shows Lovato asking her parent for money for food, but then buying heroin with the cash instead. It has already been revealed that Lovato did not overdose on heroin, despite popular reports. Since she was reportedly given Narcan when she was found unconscious, several media outlets jumped to the conclusion that heroin must have been the drug that was used. 

Kjellberg deleted the meme, which he only shared and did not create after several Lovato fans began to shame him on social media. “Deleted meme. I didn’t mean anything with it and I didn’t fully know about the situation,” he tweeted. “I realize now it was insensitive, sorry.”  Kjellberg isn’t a stranger to controversy. Last year, Disney stopped sponsoring the YouTuber after it was discovered that he had used anti-Semitic imagery in his videos. He was also slammed for dropping the N-word during a live stream. He apologized for both incidents.