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'I'm An Idiot': Pewdiepie Apologizes For Saying N-Word On Stream

12 Septembre 2017

Unlike the last time the most-subscribed YouTuber said the N-word, however, this time he might actually realize that he did something incredibly wrong and publicly apologized.

PewDiePie, the Swedish vlogger whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, used the racial slur during a live stream Sunday about an opponent he was fighting in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds game: "What a f-ing n--..."

This latest offensive slip comes after PewDiePie lost contracts with Disney's Maker Studios and YouTube after urging his fans to post anti-Semitic jokes and videos of his featuring reported Nazi imagery.

"You probably won't believe this when I say this, but, whenever I go online and I hear other players use the same kind of language that I did, I always find it extremely immature and stupid", Kjellberg said.

PewDiePie's YouTube channel has more than 57 million subscribers, making it the most-followed channel on the video service.

"It was something that I said in the heat of the moment".

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Pewds continued, "I'm not going to make any excuses to why it did, because there are no excuses for it".

I wanted to make a statement on what I said in my previous livestream.

"I'm disappointed in myself, because it seems like I've learned nothing from these past controversies... I'm really sorry if I offended, hurt, or disappointed anyone with all of this".

Added Kjellberg, "It's not that I think I can say or do whatever I want and get away with it".

Kjellberg then said, "I don't mean that in a bad way". I really want to improve myself and better myself, not just for me, but for anyone that looks up to me or anyone that's influenced by me, and that's how I want to move forward away from this. "I can't keep messing up like this".

'I'm An Idiot': Pewdiepie Apologizes For Saying N-Word On Stream