SHARED CONTENT – Deadline
“I got banned from China. That’s right, If you search anything PewDiePie related on any Reddit-related forum in China, or YouTube-related videos, it will just be completely blank.” – PewDiePie
PewDiePie is the most popular solo YouTuber online and as of the 19th of October, 2019, he has vanished from the internet in China. As this Deadline article points out, joining similar cancellations as South Park and a growing list of artists, the Chinese government is trying 5o control the Honk Kong Meme culture. Commentating on this subject, if I were to post a meme in this shared content comparing Winnie the Pooh to their communist leader, would I be banned in China as well?
Deadline is now a direct source of Hollywood entertainment breaking news that I am going to use on my ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE ONLINE website. The sheer number of writers on this website is worthy of checking out. Ending these comments, not mentioning everything from this article, support independent media such as Deadline,
“I knew it was going to happen … obviously me talking about the Hong Kong memes was going to get me banned in China,” – PewDiePie
PewDiePie, the YouTube blogger with more than 100 million subscribers worldwide, has been banned in China, joining Comedy Central’s South Park and the German DJ Zedd on a recent and growing list of artists and commentators to fall afoul of Chinese authorities since a Houston Rockets executive expressed support for Hong Kong rebels and ignited a firestorm.