PewDiePie Vs. T-Series Race Takes Positive Turn
PewDiePie Wants You To Donate to Fight Child Labor in India!
PewDiePie and T-Series battle for the most subscribed race has gotten a lot of attention. It’s probably owing to the fact that the Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie, known as Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, has been getting a lot of support from fellow YouTubers. Notably, Mr. Beast who bought out billboards in his entire city and thought of enlisting the help of the Paul Brothers, Justin Roberts buying a billboard in Times Square and Markiplier starting a live stream entitled ‘I literally won’t shut up until you subscribe to PewDiePie”. Though, PewDiePie just posted a video saying he doesn’t really care about the battle with T-Series despite him enjoying all of this fun, he wants to turn this whole event into something positive. So, Felix is urging everyone to donate to a charity in India, CRY, that combats child labor. We can surely count on PewDiePie to do something cool like this.
PewDiePie Creates Fund Page for Child Rights and You (CRY)
Felix moves on to first discuss the gravity of the child labor. Almost 10 million children in India are forced to do child labor between the ages of 5 and 14. PewDiePie, T-Series’ opponent further elaborated on the matter. He said that 1 in every 10 kids in India has to do child labor. Children don’t get an access to the basic right of education. Hence, children miss out a chance of a better future. To combat this serious issue, PewDiePie created a GoFundMe page. You can give donations either there or even directly to CRY here.
Moreover, the YouTuber even started a live stream titled “Raising Money for Indian 9 year olds” to get people to donate in real time. You can tune in to PewDiePie even now!
CRY focuses on preventative measures to assist in eradicating child labor on a substantial level. That means they identify the cause behind why families force their children to engage in child labor. Consequently, they try to fix those problems. They endeavor to address and resolve these issues collectively by talking to the parents, the community leaders and children’s collective. On a grounds level, CRY aims to encourage all communities to take a stand for themselves and fix the problems that lead to child labor.
In conclusion, PewDiePie transformed all of the crazy attention he received from the battle with T-Series into something great and positive.