After a long feud, finally Pewdiepie admits his defeat. After a months-long battle that took the tautness between creators and corporate culture on YouTube, PewDiePie officially admitted defeat to T-Series with a diss track.
The Swedish gamer was forced to admit defeat on Sunday after the Bollywood record label took the lead by over 100,000 subscribers. The Swedish YouTuber says he will no longer actively battle the Bollywood production company for the top spot on YouTube.
PewDiePie aired a franchise diss track Sunday confessing defeat as subscriber numbers for both channels show him rambling the Bollywood production company, 92,076,809 to 91,970,093 at the time.
In his video, Felix pointed out how a "massive corporate entity with every song in Bollywood," was able to defeat him. In addition, Pewdiepie accused Bhushan Kumar, T-Series' CEO of tax evasion and connections with mafia, but he underlined that this was just a ‘joke.'
The end of established battle between the top YouTube personalities incited different reactions among their fans. T-Series is a massive establishment that can release out multiple videos a day. PewDiePie has self-confessed defeat and will no longer actively campaign against T-Series. It’s very likely that the actual subscriber numbers will continue to vary.