Felix Kjellberg aka PewDiePie has won many hearts with his interesting videos on YouTube entertaining his fans worldwide. With a huge fan following on social media, at a certain point, Felix was one of the highest-paid YouTubers in the world. Now, after announcing his break officially from YouTube in December 2019, Felix Kjellberg has shared his last video on his YouTube channel PewDiePie and has quit YouTube for real. The gamer and comedian shared the video telling his 102 million fans how it’s been real, but he is out.
On January 15, sharing his final video on YouTube, PewDiePie titled it, “It's been real, but I'm out!” In the video, Felix told his 102 Million fans how the truth is that he does not want to go on a break and that he loves making videos, but he feels he needs to do it. With PewDiePie running for 9 years on YouTube, holding a glass of champagne in his hand, Felix took a moment to give a toast to his 9-year-old and thanked his 102 million followers for watching his videos as it makes him happy. Also Read:
As the video played, PewDiePie shared making videos makes him happy and mentioned to fans that he does not know when he will be back, concluding the video. With PewDiePie gone from YouTube, the YouTube channel holds more than 102 million followers.
Meanwhile, Felix Kjellberg was surrounded by many controversies in the past few years. Last year, music giant T-Series over took PewDiePie’s position as the biggest YouTube channel in the world. Apart from that, Felix Kjellberg also tied the knot last year with long-time girlfriend Marzia Bisognin.
Well, we will surely miss PewDiePie and his videos...
Image source: Instagram/ Felix Kjellberg
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