Forbes attacks Pewdiepie. That’s right! They wrote this article saying:
It’s time to unsubscribe from Pewdiepie Vs. T-SeriesForbes
They’re basically saying:
Both channels have been irresponsible, prioritizing the attention growth of their channels instead of helping to create a wholesome YouTube community.Mason Sands, Forbes contributor
Actually, the community is what got involved with this. PewDiePie didn’t even start this whole thing and it’s the community what keeps it alive.
The reason why they’re bringing this up is because a few days ago, it came up that someone defaced a World War II memorial in Brooklyn by writing “Subscribe to PewDiePie“. This has been covered in so many different places and obviously, it’s disgusting. However, Forbes after PewDiePie tweeting “a good meme for a good cause”, sort of implying that he was okay with everything done, they wrote:
The creator hasn’t made any efforts to temper the extremes of his fan baseMason Sands, Forbes contributor
Even though I am not supposed to give my own opinion, I don’t think PewDiePie has done anything to condone this sort of behavior, which it’s disgusting. It just looks like a bunch of kids grabbed a stone and write it. Luckily, it also looks like you could probably remove that pretty easily, at least.
Honestly, don’t do this.