One of YouTube's largest channels, "Pewdiepie" responded on March 15 to his name being dropped during a live stream apparently recorded by the gunman in New Zealand's worst-ever mass shooting event, which left 49 people dead. Two are in critical condition, including a four-year-old. Tweeting in support of the victims and their families, he said he was "sickened" about having his name uttered by the gunman.
Ardern also said New Zealand had been placed on its highest security threat level. "I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person", he wrote.
In addition to PewDiePie, many other members of the video game and YouTube communities offered their thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by the terrible tragedy of the Christchurch, New Zealand mosque shooting that occurred on March 15th.
PewDiePie is the pseudonym of Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, one of the world's most popular personalities on YouTube, where he has nearly 90m subscribers on his video channel. He has never endorsed violence.
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It is not clear why the person in the video of the shooting mentioned PewDiePie.
At least 49 people were killed when at least one gunman opened fire in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
While others have stated that even though they are not PewDiePie's biggest fans, they understand that blaming him for the New Zealand mosque massacre is foolishness.
One man has been charged while three men and one woman have been taken into custody by law-enforcement officers, police said.