UKIP Tells People to Subscribe to PewDiePie In Battle against T-Series
The internet, especially the YouTube community has been going crazy for the past few months over this subscription race between popular YouTuber PewDiePie and Bollywood music label T-series. But for quite some time now, PewDiePie has been losing the ground to the record label. And that’s majorly because the company has brought different corners of the internet to unite under the Bro Fist flag. Although Kjellberg has had the support of vloggers like Logan Paul, there’s a new and rather surprising addition to the list- the UKIP. This United Kingdom Independence Party has been asking people to subscribe to PewDiePie to help him keep his record of being the most subscribed YouTuber/channel- a place he has enjoyed for almost a decade now!
Will PewDiePie Now Win the Battle Against T-series With UKIP Expressing Support?
For some time now, PewDiePie almost lost to the Indian record label T-series. But well, the happy news is that the YouTuber is finally back in the game. And this time with the support of an ally he probably did not know would ever be interested enough. Yes, the UKIP is supporting him in this wild internet race that has been raging for quite a while now. This right-leaning political organization recently weighed in on their support for the Swedish content creator. And it’s safe to say that the internet was utterly confused.
In a tweet, the UKIP pleaded people to thwart the sweeping privacy bill called the EU Copyright Directive. And also, chose a side in this race.
Are you doing your part?
Help protect freedom of speech on the internet by sharing and signing this petition against the EU Copyright Directive.
— UKIP (@UKIP) January 20, 2019
We are not sure why UKIP resorted to this decision. But is it just returning the support that PewDiePie has extended to their cause? The YouTuber has also been calling his supporters to rise up against this ban, and sign the petition.
Although PewDiePie has some unusual allies and has joined with many people to win this race, we don’t know how this latest collab will go against T-series.