PewDiePie vs T-Series, the battle of music takes another twisting turn. PewDiePie is locked up in a battle with T-Series. The fight is to win the crown of the most subscribed channel on YouTube.
It started when Bollywood Music Company, T-Series neared the number of subscribers of PewDiePie. Soon, it surpassed PewDiePie. However, he got the crown back by releasing a song to congratulate T-Series.
And now the battle has become even more heated up.
PewDiePie vs T-Series: the battle continues
T-Series has now surpassed PewDiePie again. Moreover, this is by a huge margin. The margin now is 80,000 subscribers. This is as of 14th of April 2019.
The diss track called “Congratulations” of PewDiePie was the reason for his comeback. Post the release of this song, his subscribers reached 400,000. This was after being surpassed just a few days before.
Legal actions against PewDiePie
T-Series isn’t much pleased with the latest happenings. Therefore, it has taken a legal action. The action is against the content of Kjellberg’s song, Congratulations. T-Series calls it defamatory, insulting, disparaging and even offensive.
The court order by the company has been filed in Delhi High Court. However, no one as yet verifies the legitimacy of this order. Moreover, this is the not the only action against PewDiePie. The tracks of the YouTuber is now banned on YouTube of India. This is post the court order.
Because of this there is mass outrage across the internet. Apparently the outrage is because of the influence of the corporations.
Allegations put by PewDiePie
The order of T-Series might be in response to some allegations by PewDiePie. This is in his song Congratulations. The singer accuses the company of getting started by selling songs that were pirated.
There are also accusations for the CEO of the company, Bhushan Kumar. According to PewDiePie, he had ties with the Indian mafia.
The battle has taken unexpected turns. To learn of the latest happenings, stay tuned to Hiptoro.