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PewDiePie’s ‘Most Controversial Video’ Isn’t About Race, Religion Or Rude Jokes

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The undisputed King of content creation, PewDiePie, has admitted that his most disliked YouTube video isn’t actually one of his most controversial.

The star has faced a huge number of backlashes for his channel’s humour, where jokes about race, religion and more have landed PDP in a lot of hot water. Thanks to some of the content shared, a number of alt-right groups have celebrated Pewds, leading to accusations of him being a white supremacist.

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In his most-recent video however, PewDiePie revealed that his biggest disliked-to-liked video of all time isn’t one of the more divisive ones, but instead is one about his opinion on Marvel movies.

Pewds said: “What’s my most controversial video? B***h Lasagna? Bridge? Nope. It’s why I don’t Like Marvel movies. This is the worst dislike ratio I have on any video,

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“My main criticism of the Marvel movies was that no one actually dies….. I was proven wrong.”

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The video in question has 82,000 dislikes to 366,000 likes.

Earlier this month, Pewds took to Twitter to tell his followers and bro army that he’d been banned in China.

“Just found out im banned in china. sh*t f*cking sucks so hard dude,” he tweeted.

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He followed this up with another tweet, writing: “China took copyright of Pewdiepie in 2017 without me being able to stop them anyway, guess they can’t sell any more pewdiepie wedding dresses now lol.”

As you can see in the image below, that was apparently a thing. Maybe.

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PDP then headed on over to his YouTube channel to give more details on the ban, where he says: “Well boys, we did it. I’m banned from China. That’s right (laughs), after I spoke about the Hong Kong protests, and showed their leader being mocked for looking like Winnie the Pooh, I got banned from China.

“That’s right. Now if you search anything PewDiePie related on any Reddit related forum in China or a YouTube related video, it will just be completely blank.”

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