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PewDiePie Cancels $50,000 Donation To Anti-Hate Group

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PewDiePie Cancels $50,000 Donation To Anti-Hate Group

PewDiePie Cancels $50,000 Donation To Anti-Hate Group

YouTube star Felix Kjellberg, also known as "PewDiePie," has pulled his $50,000 donation to the Anti-Defamation League.

Geek.com reports that Kjellberg made the decision after receiving a lot of criticism from his fan base.

The donation announcement was originally made when Kjellberg celebrated reaching 100 million subscribers on YouTube.

In 2017, Disney severed ties with Kjellberg after he made several videos that featured ant-Semitic images.

Critics accused Kjellberg of trying to distance himself from the anti-Semitic images through the donation.

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