The popular YouTuber PewDiePie, also known as Felix Kjellberg, has announced that he will take a break from the platform in 2020 because he "feels very tired." The 30-year-old made the announcement ten minutes later in a PewNews video he posted on the weekend. , and explained that he wanted to inform fans about his plans, and promised that more details would be given soon.
“I will take a break from YouTube next year. I wanted to say it beforehand because I decided. I'm tired. I feel very tired, I don't know if it shows, "said the Swede.
In 2017, PewDiePie's YouTube channel became the first on the platform to reach 10 billion views, and its channel currently has more than 102 million subscribers after its battle with the T Series caught the attention of everyone. He has already been named the most watched YouTube creator of 2019.
However, it has been found in some controversy after the shooting in Christchurch when the "Subscribe to PewDiePie,quot; meme got caught in that terrorist attack. And he also changed his mind about a $ 50,000 donation to the Anti-Defamation League because he was not passionate about the cause, and some of his fans said he was being "censored."
He took two other breaks in the last decade, including one in November 2016. But, when he returned a few months later in February 2017, he found himself at a time of hot water when he posted nine anti-Semitic videos. Later, Kjellberg admitted that he went too far, but it was too late to save his multimillion-dollar deal with Disney.
According to VarietyLast summer, PewDiePie hinted that he was ready for a break after marrying former YouTuber Marzia Bisognin Kjellberg.
“I think it would be good for me to take a break at some point. It would be nice not to have YouTube in my brain for the first time in 10 years, ”said Kjellberg.
Earlier this month, PewDiePie revealed that he and his wife were victims of an invasion of their home. His wife Marzia said someone had broken in and took 90 percent of her valuables, such as jewelry, luxury items and things she had been collecting.
“I know he is very materialistic and should be happy with what I had / had. But I can't hide the shock and sadness with everything that was taken from me, just like that, "said Marzia Kjellberg.
After making his announcement this weekend, fans noticed that PewDiePie also deleted his Twitter account on Monday after he said he hated the social networking site.