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Netizens counterblast to PewDiePie's promising 'Sorry India' song

Swede Felix Kjellberg, aka YouTuber PewDiePie, has flamed up Netizens by teasing them with a promise to release a song inspired by his battle Indian record label T-series. Know more!

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New Delhi Updated on: May 08, 2019 21:28 IST
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Netizens counterblast to PewDiePie's promising 'Sorry India' song

Swede Felix Kjellberg, a popular Swedish YouTuber who is known by the name PewDiePie created a disrespectful clip for many Indians. Admitting his mistake, the vlogger promised to visit India and shoot a video song "I'm sorry India".

Now, PewDiePie has flamed up Netizens by teasing fans with a promise to release a third track inspired by his battle for supremacy with Indian music giant T-series. While PewDiePie’s two previous upsetting tracks against the Bollywood media corporation have been banned by an Indian court, he floated the idea of making a new one.

Knowing that his presence would probably be unwelcome in the country in the wake of his year-long rivalry with T-Series, he vowed to go there and even shoot a redemption song – “a sad 'I'm sorry India' song, like a ballad".

The promise, which could be yet another joke from the Swede, did not go down quite so well with Twitterati, who called him a racist and told him to keep away from India.

Also Read: PewDiePie wants to shoot 'sorry song' after mocking India for poverty and caste system

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