PewDiePie vs T-series: Elon Musk joins the battle, confirms collaboration with Swedish YouTuber on Meme Review
Elon Musk has been teasing the internet for months of the possibility of him hosting PewDiePie’s popular segment, Meme Review, confirms the news
Billionaire engineer Elon Musk has finally co-hosted YouTuber Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg’s Meme Review, as the SpaceX CEO tweeted the long-awaited update for the collaboration.
On 27 January, Musk had tweeted about the possibility of hosting PewDiePie's popular segment. The development comes at the heels of another mysterious exchange between the YouTuber and Musk on 11 February where the he seemed to renew his interest in hosting Meme Review.
Host meme review? pic.twitter.com/k2SFtIUh1k
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, 2019
In his latest tweet, Musk confirmed that he did an episode last night along with Rick & Morty's co-creator Justin Roiland
The cryptic tweet left Twitterati confused and wondering if it was really a collaboration with PewDiePie. Here are some of the reactions:
This makes me want to buy a tesla
— Trent (@ScorchyTV) February 18, 2019
Some users have different demands altogether
Wait...so PewDiePie is there too right?
— Pavan (@pa1gr8) February 19, 2019
I think there's some confusion, or a misunderstanding. Is this meme review for Pewdiepie? — . (@Nangle314) February 18, 2019
Did you remember to say Sub to Pewdiepie at the end? This is crucial
— Nico (@ItsKickemm) February 18, 2019
The big collaboration could mean a possible boost to PewDiePie's subscriber count, as the Swedish YouTuber has been in a subscriber war with the Indian music label T-Series for several months. However, there is no information yet on when the episode will release.
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