T-series vs PewDiePie: The Battle Gets Heated with Controversies

T-series beats PewDiePie

The epic internet T-series vs PewDiePie battle doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon.

The music label beat the Swedish YouTuber for a short while before Felix made a quick comeback. T-Series held a strong lead of 200,000 subscribers over PewDiePie on Thursday, but his army of nine-year-olds couldn’t have that.

T-series vs PewDiePie Battle

PewDiePie now has a whopping 91 million subscribers and is back to being the most subscribed channel on YouTube. PewDiePie is 21,000 subscribers ahead of T-Series at the time of writing.

T-series vs PewDiePie

During his brief loss spell, Felix did not seem worried at all, tweeting to his fans, “It’s first to 100 mil right?” The Swedish YouTuber has held the most subscribed spot on the platform for nearly six years now.

After holding his horses for several months, T-Series Managing Director Bhushan Kumar urged his 4.5 million Twitter followers to subscribe to the channel. He started the #BharatWins campaign, calling Indian celebrities to join the battle.

On the other hand, PewDiePie has received support from famous YouTubers like MrBeast and Logan Paul to preserve his crown as the most subscribed channel.

T-series vs PewDiePie

Last few weeks have been tough for Mr Kjellberg when he suffered from rapid subscriber decline. This happened after New Zealand shooter urged people to subscribe to PewDiePie in a Facebook video.

In response, Mr Kjellberg tweeted, “I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person.”

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