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Should Jamaicans use Pewdiepie as a motivating example for Youtube?

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It's funny when some people wag their tongues about hard-working tax paying Jamaicans working for backra master when they, in fact, sit in the comfort of their homes uploading videos to a site that is owned by backra master. Some of these fashioned-dreads brain cells need fine tuning. To make it more astonishing they are using Pewdiepie, a white man, as an example of how one can become rich by uploading videos to youtube. ROFL

WHO IS PEWDIEPIE?
PewDiePie is the alias of Swedish YouTube giant Felix Kjellberg.

The 29-year-old internet sensation is a controversial character who has the most-subscribed-to channel on the video site.

He has a staggering 100 million subscribers on YouTube - more than the population of the UK.

Both of his parents, Johanna and Ulf Kjellberg, are successful Chief Executives of their respective companies in Sweden.

And having been schooled at Goteborgs Hogre Samskola, located in one of the city's most prosperous areas, he could have been destined for a corporate life too.

But, fortunately for his millions of fans, Kjelberg's ambitions weren't in line with his classmates' at Chalmers.

PewDiePie has previously earned blacklash for including racist and antisemitic messages in his videos.

In July 2018, he posted an insensitive meme related to the 25-year-old pop star Demi Lovato, following her overdose and alleged heroin use.

The YouTuber, who resides in Brighton, UK, shared a meme that shows a nondescript character asking their mother for money. The character pretends the money will be used to buy a burger but then uses the money to purchase heroin 'like a boss'.

PewDiePie eventually deleted his tweet.

Back in February 2017, Disney cut ties with the YouTuber after he featured a man holding a 'Death to all Jews' sign in one of his videos.

'I'm sorry, I didn't think they would actually do it,' PewDiePie told his viewers in a clip. 'I feel partially responsible. It might just be my crude sense of humor, but I think there's something funny about that.'

Seven months later, in September 2017, he was caught shouting the N-word during a live stream of himself playing the multiplayer online shooting game Playerunknown's Battlegrounds.

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