PewDiePie and T-Series have been racing to various subscriber milestones for what feels like years now. Having said that, it looks like T-Series has now amassed an unassailable lead over the Swedish YouTuber.
PewDiePie recently released a Song/Diss Track congratulating T-Series on taking the number one spot off of him. This, ironically, lead to PewDiePie taking back the top spot.
This hasn’t lasted long though as T-Series has stormed ahead of Felix. Check out the live stream of the comparison.
As of writing this article T-Series are a massive 801,736 subscribers ahead of PewDiePie. This is the biggest lead T-Series has had so far (and it is growing quickly).
Previously when T-Series was close to taking over or had actually taken over other YouTubers came in to help PewDiePie gain some ground back. This lead that the Indian music company has managed to garner is going to be an almost impossible task.
This could well and truly be the end of PewDiePies reign at the top of YouTube.
PewDiePie has a sense of humour that you either love or hate, and his controversial comedy is constantly getting him into trouble.
Pewds’ latest troubles are coming all the way from India, where YouTube corporation T-Series has struck up a legal battle to have PDP’s diss tracks removed from the platform.
It seems that T-Series may have been successful in the endeavour, as bros are reporting that the PewDiePie songs are no longer accessible on YouTube in India.
In the comments, the mod went on to add that the news has been “confirmed using NORDVPN.”
Entertainment and law website IPRMENTLAW recently reported that T-Series has approached Delhi High Court in the hopes of getting PewDiePie’s diss tracks, B*tch Lasagna and Congratulations pulled from YouTube.
A copy of the alleged court order is currently making the rounds online [via Dexerto]. It seems to show that the court ruled in favour of T-Series’ complaint that Pewds’ songs were “defamatory, disparaging, insulting, and offensive.” It also added that comments appearing on the videos were “abusive, vulgar, and also racist in nature.”
The court order’s legitimacy has yet to be verified, with only IPRMENTLAWciting it as evidence. The case itself is definitely real, though.
It’s currently listed as a pending case on the Delhi High Court’s website, which suggests that the alleged court order that’s making the rounds online isn’t real.
Hopefully all the Indian bros will be able to access the songs again once the case status changes from ‘pending’…?
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