The Swedish YouTuber has amassed over 100 million followers since he started making videos in 2010.
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"I've been uploading YouTube videos every single day for 10 years. YouTube is the kind of job that isn't very stable, they are always changing legislation and rules and policies," Kjellberg said. "It's such a new thing that any day, it can be over for anyone."
Bisognin married the Swedish YouTube star at Kew Gardens in the U.K. on August 19.
In a knee-jerk reaction to the recent YouTube drama, the social media platform has announced it will be changing how subscriber counts are shown.
"I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person," PewDiePie tweeted following the deadly shooting.
"We could not believe what we were seeing," one road user said.
YouTubers like NickTheSmoker and Mumkey Jones struggle to survive in YouTube's manic world.
Fans of YouTube PewDiePie hacked the Wall Street Journal website on Monday.
A YouTube channel which inserts Nazi and racist propaganda into videos about 'Steven Universe' now has the PewDiePie endorsement.
"I am in no way supporting any kind of hateful attitudes," the vlogger said in a blog post responding to the controversy.