PewDiePie apologizes for using the N-word, but actions speak louder than words

13 September 2017 @13:10 | Mashable
Considering the multiple instances of racism in his videos and social media presence online, PewDiePie doesn't get to absolve himself with a 1-minute and 36-second response video. Popular YouTuber PewDiePie (a.k.a. Felix Kjellberg) posted a response video today apologizing for dropping the N-word during a live stream this past weekend, saying that what he did was idiotic and acknowledging some of his past controversies. continue...


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