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PewDiePie is Horrified at New Zealand Terrorist Saying His Name After Killing People

Sick is sick.

The world’s most famous YouTuber PewDiePie wants people to know he does not support the terrorists who killed 40 people and injured more in New Zealand’s worst terrorist attack ever.

Earlier today, a couple of white supremacists went on a rampage, bringing cars laden with all sorts of weapons and improvised explosive devices (IEDs), with the sole intent of killing Muslims in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.


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The horrendous attack was livestreamed by the terrorists over Facebook and other social media, with the tech companies responding too late in removing the grisly footage.

A Horrifying Incident

During the sickening incident, one of the terrorists implored people to subscribe to PewDiePie’s channel, echoing a common call among his fans from all over the world. A perverse way to promote a YouTube channel nonetheless.

PewDiePie’s Response

Some fans of PewDiePie brought this development to his notice, and the top YouTube personality wasted no time in tweeting his condemnation of the horrific attacks. He does not support these terrorists and he wants everyone to know it.

His fans are also saying the same:

About the ChristChurch Terrorist Attacks

About 40 people have been killed in two mosques, with 20 more injured according to the New Zealand Police. The police have apprehended the shooters, 3 males and 1 female.

The New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, in a clear departure from other Western leaders, has called these incidents as terrorist attacks, signalling perhaps for the first time that terrorism has no religion.


Written by Samir Yawar

Samir is the Head of Entertainment at ProPakistani. Reach out to him at [email protected]


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