PewDiePie Has Bridge Named After Him In Nigeria
YouTube sensation PewDiePie had a bridge named after him in the capital of Nigeria on Thursday following a generous donation of $300,000 to the starving children of the country who have been dealing with malnutrition for years.
"Boko Haram are a bunch of doody-head wamins like T-Series. Yes, I think the two are comparable," said Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, better known as PewDiePie. "On that note, I'm here to help out the starving children of a third world country ravaged by war and famine. Who cares what I did on a bridge in PUBG almost two years ago? What I'm doing now on a bridge in (Abuja) Nigeria matters more."
The Swedish internet star had a slip of the n-word during a live-stream in September 2017 while on a bridge in the game PUBG. Considering that Flake.News is a media outlet, we may feel the need to highlight this one social transgression and make it as if it represents his entire identity and by doing so ignore all the good he has done for the world and for starving kids.
Similarly, PewDiePie raised $246,000 for nine-year-old children in India, donating it all to the charity Child Rights and You. The Swedish star said that his generous viewers were "9 year olds helping 9 year olds, lets go!"
"I'm really a good guy," said PewDiePie. "Now, will you click-bait journalists leave me alone already? People should really start judging a man for his actions rather than his words. I just like telling jokes, looking at memes, and playing video games, really."
The President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, personally thanked Kjellberg. "PewDiePie did nothing wrong," said President Buhari before he let out a series of laughs. "Normies, get out! REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!"
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