First up, fix your grammar. What the fuck is a "kowotow"
Yes. I do agree that he does get shit on rather unfairly, but it's to be expected from someone as huge as him. He has a massive bullseye painted on his back so he has to keep his nose clean.
He doesn't keep his nose clean.
The Fiverr fiasco, dropping the N-word during the Fiverr fiasco, and putting Been Shapiro, a very controversial figure, in his video. >2
Even better, he jumped on a meme he didn't even start. If what you're saying is correct, he took a meme meant specifically for him and expanded it to mean "liberty for the YouTuber"
He's suppose to embody the YouTuber?
I don't care about the 9 y/o army thing.
That's a joke that remained a joke>3
Yes. It's cool that he provided exposure to people that could use it, but I'm talking long term.
Every YouTuber wants to make YouTube a job. To do so, they need to be paid and it's advertisers that provide that cash.
The controversies mean that advertisers can pull out while still being able to save face and when they come back after the controversy dies down, they can negotiate higher prices.
If PewDiePie, the largest YouTuber and (apparently) face of the platform, gets into hot water, the people who aren't in a position to get sponsor labels or are recognizable enough to make merch (which just so happen to be the people he claims to be fighting for) are fucked.
That's my hot take.