They say once is a mistake but twice is a pattern, and PewDiePie has come under fire for racism more than two times. Just sayin!
The Swedish YouTuber who was recently dubbed as YT's richest star by Forbes has once again been called out for making racist remarks in a video.
The 27-year-old used the extremely offensive "N" word during a live-stream, the BBC reports.
But it's okay guys 'cos right after he said it, he clarified his comment by saying: "I don't mean that in a bad way."
Yeah, alright m8.
The YouTuber spouted his vile comment during a livestream as he played the video game Firewatch.
But DW peeps, Sean Vanaman, the creator of Firewatch's developer Campo Santo studio, tweeted that he's aiming to remove all streams and videos of PewDiePie.
"We're filing a DMCA takedown of PewDiePie's Firewatch content and any future Campo Santo games." He wrote.
Loads of viewers have taken to Twitter to slam the star for his insensitive remarks.
RACISM 👏 IS 👏 NEVER 👏 OKAY!!!