Over the previous few months, T-Collection’ variety of subscribers on YouTube grew considerably, narrowing the hole with PewDiePie aka Felix Kjellberg.
Within the newest growth to the competition for supremacy between YouTuber Pewdiepie and T-Collection, hackers claimed to have hacked into 100,000 printers throughout a number of international locations, printing out a message asking individuals to subscribe to the Swedish content material creator’s Youtube channel.
According to a report by BBC, people from the US, Argentina, Spain, Australia and Chile have posted pictures of the latest print-outs which reads, “PewDiePie is in trouble and he needs your help to defeat T-Series!” The message further adds: “Seriously. Fix your printer. It can be abused!”
Over the previous few months, T-Collection’ variety of subscribers on YouTube grew considerably, narrowing the hole with PewDiePie aka Felix Kjellberg. This, apparently, prompted PewDiePie followers to draw new subscribers. Followers have put out messages on billboards in New York’s Occasions Sq., and even urged UK Prime Minister Theresa Could to intervene within the matter!
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Final weekend as many as 50,000 printers have been hacked worldwide with the message: “Subscribe to PewDiePie. Cease T-Collection.”
The film studio giants have about 75,000,000 subscribers whereas Pewdiepie has over 77,000,000 subscribers (on the time of submitting this report).