YouTuber Justin Roberts, “Six Figures In Only Four”, has praised, has challenged popular YouTuber MrBeast to see who can do the scary video that advocates YouTube King PewDiePie.
Roberts uploaded a video on November 30, revealing that he had purchased a sign on Times Square allegedly worth a million dollars to announce PewDiePie’s channel in the light of his ongoing struggle with the Bollywood T-Series.
Roberts then tagged YouTuber MrBeast in a Twitter response and challenged him to the top video.
“I challenge you to do this, sir,” wrote Roberts. “Keep PWDIEPIE NUMBER # 1!”
MrBeast made great waves over the internet after creates a big city campaign for advertising to help PewDiePie in the fight against the T series at the end of October, buy out every sign in his city to help the cause.
MrBeast’s campaign encouraged a massive surplus of subscribers to PewDiePie, with the YouTube King getting a huge 30,000 subs per hour after the video was posted.
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However, Roberts has made the ultimate challenge to Pewd’s greatest supporter – who has said that he might purchase a Super Bowl ad in an attempt to squash the T series once and for all.