PewDiePie 'Sickened' New Zealand Suspect Mentioned His Name

PewDiePie 'Sickened' New Zealand Suspect Mentioned His Name

One user has stated on Twitter that "If you use PewDiePie and the recent Christchurch shooting in New Zealand to further some political agenda, you are legit scum of the earth".

As news continues to break on the horrific massacre that happened at two New Zealand mosques overnight, indications suggest that the shooter might've been an least a partial admirer of President Donald Trump.

PewDiePie is known for posting humorous clips and playing live-streamed video games for his almost 90 million followers on YouTube, making him the site's most watched blogger.

Police earlier said four people had been taken into custody, and one had been identified as Australian.

"We stand here and condemn absolutely the attack that occurred today by an extremist, right-wing, violent terrorist", Morrison told a press conference. "I was a communist, then an anarchist and finally a libertarian before becoming an eco-fascist", he wrote, according to reports of his manifesto.

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Soon after reports emerged, 29-year-old Swede YouTube celebrity PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, was quick to distance himself from the reference that had put him in the spotlight.

His channel has long dominated YouTube and courted controversy along the way.

She continued: "That said, any insinuation that black conservatism in the United States has somehow inspired radical Islamophobic white supremacy terror overseas is pointedly absurd".

Meanwhile, Bangladesh cricket team's tour of New Zealand has been called off in the wake of the attack. There was a second shooting at the Linwood Masjid Mosque, about two miles east of the Deans Avenue building, that PM Ardern said, killed 10 people. The paper quoted Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern as saying this was an "unprecented" situation. Witnesses say around 200 and 300 worshippers were attending prayer services at the mosques, respectively.

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