PewDiePie Upsets BTS, Unfollowed Him On Twitter, YouTuber Uploaded ‘The Most Hurtful Video’


PewDiePie Upsets BTS

PewDiePie Upsets BTS, Unfollowed Him On Twitter, YouTuber Uploaded ‘The Most Hurtful Video’

BTS has made everyone went head over heels, including the famous YouTuber PewDiePie. After he expressed his enthusiasm about BTS, PewDiePie recently got his heart crushed when he found out BTS has unfollowed him on Twitter. The most subscribed YouTuber uploaded “The Most Hurtful Video” to state his disappointment for Rap Monster, Jimin, Jin, Suga, V, J-Hope, and Jungkook. Allkpop  reported PewDiePie pulled off the most heartbroken expression when he asked what he did wrong to make BTS unfollowed him.
Armed with a bottle of water to make fake tears, some dramatic music, and sobbing PewDiePie delivers his frustrating speech. “BTS unfollowed me on Twitter. Words can’t hurt me anymore. I am already broken and I can’t be fixed,” said the YouTuber with the most convincing tearful face. To recover from the sadness, PewDiePie revisited the one place that would make him feel better, “Roast Me” subreddit. Netizens have been responding to PewDiePie’s reaction video. People are obviously enjoying the video, while some of them, who are probably not familiar with PewDiePie thought the YouTuber was overreacting and he made the video to gain attentions. Meanwhile, after gaining massive attention from their recent winning at BBMA 2017, BTS reportedly will be making a collaboration with renowned DJ Steve Aoki, SBS Pop Asia  reported. Aoki shared a photo of himself with the boys along with the teasing caption “BTS x Aoki coming soon”. However, it’s still unclear when the collaboration is happening, but there’s no doubt that the collaboration single will break another viewership record for BTS. Rap Monster and Wale’s music video has garnered 6 million views on YouTube since it was released on March 19. BTS is currently continuing its tour to Sydney, Australia. The boys arrived at the Sydney Airport on May 25. BTS will be performing on May 26 at Qudos Bank Arena. Watch PewDiePie’s the most hurtful video below!  

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