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WATCH: PewDiePie Retakes Lead, Shows T-Series’ Cease and Desist Letter in New Music Video

PewDiePie is back on top after his new music video.

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Top YouTube star PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, has revealed that Indian corporation T-Series sent him a cease and desist letter to dissuade him from discussing the competition between the two YouTube channels.

After an intense 8 month battle for subscribers, the YouTube-allied Indian corporation appeared to have successfully overtaken Kjellberg yesterday, prompting Kjellberg to post a concession in the form of a new music video titled “Congratulations”.

In the video, Kjellberg reveals T-Series sent him a cease and desist, prompting the YouTube star to make fun of the company’s attempt at intimidation.

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A separate video discussing the music video’s creation, uploaded by music producer Dave Brown to his Boy In A Band YouTube channel, offered more insight into the attempt to bully Kjellberg into silence.

“There’s one line talking about a message that Felix got from T-Series,” said Brown.”It’s the funniest legal letter I’ve seen. It’s trying to accuse him of defamation whilst not understanding the legal definition of defamation at all.”

Brown also hinted that Kjellberg may release his own video discussing the cease and desist letter.

If the Indian music corporation, which controls most of the videos and music produced the country’s Bollywood, really sent a legally baseless letter to intimidate an independent content creator, this could raise serious questions about why Google and YouTube would choose to partner with T-Series.

The New York Times reports that T-Series got its start selling pirated music on cassette tapes in the 1980s, and began signing its own artists and producing original music in the 1990s. By time a large Internet service provider in India made 4G available to the masses in 2016, T-Series had a massive library of content it was able to upload instantly, propelling its success.

This led YouTube to introduce “partnership deals” with the corporation in an effort to provide more content to the consumers in the emerging market.

In addition to the potential lawfare, T-Series has recently been under fire from the Indian government over ongoing allegations of tax fraud and offshore accounts.

To make matters worse, more serious questions have been raised about whether T-Series breaks YouTube’s terms and conditions by using fake accounts or “sub bots” to create the appearance of popularity.

In December of last year, Hindustan Times reported that T-Series lost over 200,000 subscribers after YouTube did a routine deletion of accounts run by spammers and bots. PewDiePie, meanwhile, lost roughly 40,000.

There are also theories that YouTube may be showing T-Series’ content to more users and neglecting to place Kjellberg’s content in trending categories. All of this paints a picture of a Big Tech platform that caters to possibly morally ambiguous corporations and ices out independent content creators.

While T-Series’ impressive collection of Bollywood content no doubt generates good will from the increasingly advertiser-conscious social media platform, Kjellberg’s channel has ventured into the field of social commentary as of late, recently slamming the infamous Gillette toxic masculinity advertisement as an example.

This led to Kjellberg receiving support from unlikely allies, including a sign wave during this year’s Superbowl, and a full endorsement from Infowars’ Alex Jones.

After releasing “Congratulations”, PewDiePie is back ahead of T-Series by about 50,000 subscribers at press time.

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SICK: NeverTrump Political Operative Calls to Doxx NUNS For Appearing at Ohio MAGA Rally

Never Trump is doxxing Catholic nuns for supporting Trump.

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A Never Trump ex-Republican and liberal campaign consultant called for a doxxing operation to be conducted against Catholic nuns who were seen on camera in attendance at one of President Donald Trump’s ‘MAGA’ rallies in Ohio.

Peter Vroom, is self identifying “ex Republican” campaign consultant. He identifies himself as the CEO of Convergence Event Technology. He took aim at a group of Catholic nuns affiliated with the Children of Mary religious order in a set of Saturday tweets.

Vroom slammed the sisters’ support of the President- who has governed as the most pro-life President in a generation- as “bizarre and disgusting.”

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Vroom went on to publish personal information from the sisters’ religious order’s website, tacitly encouraging them to be doxxed.

Vroom had earlier tried to shame a nun for not wearing a face mask, ignoring that she was speaking to a crowd at the event.

Receiving the support of any professed religious (a Catholic term for those such as nuns, friars and monks)- who have sworn vows of poverty, obedience, and chastity- should be considered an honor for any political candidate.

Thankfully, there’s not much that a good little corporate leftist such as Vroom can really do to punish those who have renounced all worldly possessions. He was roundly ratioed in response his Twitter doxxing campaign, with more than seven thousand responses to his initial call to publicize the nuns’ personal information.

 

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