Love him, or despise him, you can not refute that PewDiePie has an extremely devoted follower base. Now the YouTuber’s followers have actually hacked right into the Wall Street Journal in what seems an effort to pay back the magazine after it ran a 2017 exposé on PewDiePie, along with casting color on among his historical competitors, fellow YouTuber Tseries.
An article on among the WSJ’s associated websites was hacked right into and also altered to review:
“WallStreetJournal [sic] want to ask forgiveness to pewdiepie.”
“Due to misrepresentation by our journalists, those of whom have now been fired, we are sponsoring pewdiepie to reach maximum subscribers and beat Tseries to 80million.”
The case comes simply someday after countless printers around the globe were pirated in a mass safety violation targeted at advertising the YouTube super star, whose genuine name is Felix Kjellberg.
Although the WSJ has actually removed the annoying message, you can still see the initial web page at The InternetArchive
Many of PewDiePie’s followers have actually taken a disapproval to the WSJ after it ran an examination right into the YouTuber in 2015, highlighting his use anti-Semitic language.
The discoveries caused the loss of Kjellberg’s YouTube Red collection, ‘ScarePewDiePie’, and also his association with Disney’s MakerStudios