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PewDiePie said he won't make any more Nazi jokes after Charlottesville

PewDiePie has gone off Nazi jokes. In his latest video, the YouTube superstar has said he won't make any more off-colour references to fascist ideology after watching footage of the white nationalist Charlottesville rally which took place in the US over the weekend. PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, linked the rally to a controversial incident in February, when he was criticised in the press for paying two Indian men to hold up a sign saying "Death to all Jews.
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