The name of the famous YouTuber PewDiePie is associated with a number of controversial events, including a terrorist attack on mosques in New Zealand, albeit of no relevance. But it seems that he is not the only one affected by such situations.
YouTuber Isaiah Photo says he lost a business opportunity after a customer found out that he was making videos about the PewDiePie T-Series battle. Isaiah, a full-time freelance photographer, says he has no relationship with Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie), but he doesn’t blame him for that.
Amateur YouTuber says that he never advertises his professional work using his channel and never mixes two events, while his client discovers the channel himself and decides not to work. The customer’s description is as follows:
“To be honest, we had concerns about PewDiePie because there were many who said he was racist and anti-Semitic. We have relationships with Lucasfilm and therefore his father company Disney, so we canceled the contract with YouTuber.”
It is known that other people told Isaiah to stop talking about PewDiePie after the New Zealand incident. If we recall, the terrorist used the words “Subscribe to PewDiePie” before killing 50 people in mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Subsequently, some schools in the United Kingdom were writing “Sub 2 PewDiePie” along with Nazi swastas.
Isaiah said that these charges and e-mails had blown him and that the media was not responsible for these events, but PewDiePie.