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Millionarie Youtuber PewDiePie Explains Why Living in Japan Is ‘Much Better’ As Compared to The UK & More News

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PewDiePie, the YouTube King, got into a Q&A with his fans as he tackled a typhoon on his way back. He had asked them to pen down their questions, ultimately allowing his fans to know more about his personal life. After selecting the best questions out of all, he combined them into a video and uploaded it on his main channel. 

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Interestingly, the 30-minute-long video clip dived deep into his life, educating fans about his plans, thoughts, and other things. However, out of all the questions, the Japan-related ones intrigued fans as Felix’s answers weren’t something they expected. 

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PewDiePie gets real while answering Japan-related questions amidst a typhoon

Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, better known as PewDiePie in showbiz, recently got into a fiery Q&A with his fans. He uploaded the video on August 13, 2022, with the title, “QnA in a Typhoon..” From the start, fans saw PewDiePie, as he answered every question with pure honesty.

The YouTuber started the Q&A by talking about his life in Japan, mentioning the reasons why he adored the place compared to the UK. He said, “A big reason why we like it here is that no one knows this, it makes it nice and easy. It’s not like people were weird in the UK or anything. But you kind of have to put up a little bit of a guard when you’re out and about. Here I just can let all of that go and that’s very liberating. And that’s one of the reasons we like it here.”

Later in the video, Felix also spoke about how/why he’s satisfied with himself and how his life is. Vividly, he confessed to learning Japanese, one of the hardest languages on the planet, as he wanted to explore other parts of life.

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He connected this to talking about how he transitioned from a focused Youtuber to investing more time doing things he loved. In fact, he attached the thumbnail of one of his 2018 videos titled “721 Books in a year.”

LOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 30: Comedian PewDiePie signs his new book “This Book Loves You” at Barnes & Noble at The Grove on October 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vincent Sandoval/WireImage)

Felix pressed upon the reasons as to why he shifted from chasing his YouTube dream. He mentioning how it can trap a person’s mind and thoughts. PewDiePie is not wrong as sometimes when one chases their dream too much, they make too many mistakes and lose the path. So, it’s better to reset and take a break before going back to the grind. 

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