17 Dec 2018 PewDiePie fans hacked the Wall Street Journal earlier today, claiming to offer an apology on behalf of the paper in an apparent attempt to get
Wall Street Journal Public Apology to PewDiePie I’m not supposed to give my own opinion, here on Pew News, but this is very nice. Wall Street Journal, which over a year ago featured PewDiePie, through clever editing and out of context cuts, play as a Nazi. 27/11/2018 · It’s been a little over a month since the blow-up surrounding Felix ‘Pewdiepie’ Kjellberg, and the Wall Street Journal report leading to … 12/09/2017 · PEWDIEPIE HATES MY STEAM NAME | Pewdiepie and the Jubilee OddManOut 5 vs 1 Gamer Episode - Duration: 20:10. NovaLightSky Recommended for you. 20:10. PewDiePie’s fans hacked the Wall Street Journal today and claimed that the site was apologizing for misrepresenting the YouTube star. The hacked … 14/02/2017 · Felix Kjellberg, better known as PewDiePie, has 53 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, making him the biggest star on the site by far. Now Disney says it is cutting ties to the Swedish 27 YouTube star PewDiePie posts antisemitic content. Kjellberg, who rose to internet fame making videos about video games, is angry that the Wall Street Journal referred to his antisemitic “jokes 17/12/2018 · Hackers targeted The Wall Street Journal earlier today, posting a fake apology in support of PewDiePie. In a sponsored post, the hackers published a …
PewDiePie’s ongoing battle to keep his channel’s YouTube subscriber count No. 1 ahead of India’s T-Series took another bizarre twist: A branded-content section of the Wall Street Journal’s 03/04/2017 · The Wall Street Journal published a big report (Mashable also investigated), led by Jack Nicas. Google also showed ads for Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Amazon, P&G, Geico & Toyota on racist videos. Some An overzealous fan has defaced a section of The Wall Street Journal website to post a message of support for Swedish YouTube personality Felix … 20/12/2018 · In early 2017, when the Wall Street Journal called attention to the fact that PewDiePie made Nazi jokes on his YouTube channel, fans of … 16/02/2017 · In case you don’t remember, here is what happened: On Monday, the Wall Street Journal published an article identifying nine PewDiePie videos … PewDiePie, the single most subscribed to YouTuber in the world, was recently dropped both by his network—the Disney-owned Maker Studios—and by YouTube itself. This happened on the back of the release of a short video by the Wall Street Journal (referred to from here on as the WSJ).
20 Dec 2018 Basically, this article somehow appeared on The Wall Street Journal's website. I have no idea how they achieved this, but big props to whoever 18 Dec 2018 The Wall Street Journal was hacked today in the latest of a series of attacks by fans of YouTube star PewDiePie. The US newspaper has 22 Feb 2017 PewDiePie's response was to admit some culpability, but also to attack the messenger – which in this case was The Wall Street Journal, with its 13 Feb 2017 YouTube has also canceled the new season of his show on the platform, Scare PewDiePie. According to a Wall Street Journal report, cited in 13 Feb 2017 PewDiePie has 53 million subscribers on YouTube, is part of original content But that latter relationship is now over after the Wall Street Journal Basically, all these news articles are using me as a clickbait, putting my
14 Feb 2017 A prominent YouTube star has lost a lucrative contract after The Wall Street Journal pointed out a series of anti-Semitic jokes and Nazi-related 28 Dec 2018 It went viral on Twitter. Taking down of the WSJ shouldn't come as a surprise for many. The news website has often run articles against Kjellberg, 20 Dec 2018 Basically, this article somehow appeared on The Wall Street Journal's website. I have no idea how they achieved this, but big props to whoever 18 Dec 2018 The Wall Street Journal was hacked today in the latest of a series of attacks by fans of YouTube star PewDiePie. The US newspaper has 22 Feb 2017 PewDiePie's response was to admit some culpability, but also to attack the messenger – which in this case was The Wall Street Journal, with its
Then there's the bigger problem, the Wallstreet Journal and their misconstruing article. Now one of the more obvious problems with the WSJ's article (as well as J.K Rowlings ignorant post) is that they reach to different audiences who may or may not watch PewDiePies content regularly, so all they will see is this article showing highly specific sections of his videos with no context …
15 Feb 2017 Un representante dijo a Wall Street Journal que Maker Studios reconocía que PewDiePie había alcanzado popularidad por ser irreverente,