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Bad jokes: Pewdiepie apologizes on Youtube

After a lot of excitement and sometimes serious consequences around his Videos with anti-Semitic content Felix Kjellberg a.k.a. Pewdiepie voiced the events of the past few days in a new video.

In the video, Kjellberg explained his again Intentions with a video in which two men held a sign that read "Death to all Jews" in front of the camera.

For him, it was just a way of showing "how stupid the website is" that made it happen. In his opinion, however, this has become a species Generational dispute and an argument about whether or not you should find something like that funny.

Kjellberg apologizes for "the words he used" and admits that "the words that [he] used went too far" but continues to believe that "you can joke about anything, but (...) that there is also a right way , (...) to joke about things. "

"How can that be news?"

In the video, however, Kjellberg also complains very clearly "Old School Media" and accuses the Wall Street Journal, the source of its coverage of its greatest partners - Disney and Youtube - pushed into a corner and to have got them to terminate the business relationship.

Above all, however, he accuses the media of his To take jokes out of context - something that actually happened in the reporting: For example, Kjellberg mentions an example in which he spoke out against swastikas in his game, but that in the reporting of the Wall Street Journal as another Evidence for anti-Semitic content was used.

At the end of the video one apparently says goodbye emotional pewdiepie in the following words from the media:

"I'm still here, I'm still making videos. Nice try, Wall Street Journal. Try again you assholes."

His Supporters in the Youtube community he says goodbye with a secret, fascist greeting. The brofist.

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