PewDiePie has actually opened up on his upcoming break from YouTube, admitting he thought his success on the platform would not last.
He’s certainly shown himself wrong.
The 30- year-old, who just recently revealed he’s planning to take ‘a little while away’ from YouTube early next year, explained the reasoning behind his decision.
‘ I have actually been uploading YouTube videos every day for 10 years,’ he said in his newest video. ‘YouTube is the sort of job that isn’t very steady, they’re constantly altering legislation and rules and policies and blah blah.
‘ It’s such a brand-new thing that, any day, it might be over for anybody. That has been the process for a lot of YouTubers in the past.’
The star– genuine name Felix Kjellberg– included: ‘Since I have actually been provided this chance to be a YouTuber, I chose I’m going to make the most out of it no matter what, and I have actually done that and I think a lot of my success originates from the truth that I’m so consistent on this platform.
‘ The point is, I believed YouTube would be over for me. I thought I would last like 2 years or something like that, however here I am.
‘ I don’t wish to take a look at myself another 10 years in the future and I’ve done the exact same thing as I’ve done now.
‘ Even though I truly enjoy and enjoy what I do, I don’t desire to reflect on my life 20 years later and resemble, “Oh cool, I simply did YouTube videos” and I never ever did anything else. That simply appears type of unfortunate to me,’ he said.
Felix went on to state that he’s never taken a break from YouTube prior to, mentioning: ‘I don’t understand what it feels like to not stress about publishing a video,’ prior to revealing that he made sure his honeymoon didn’t last longer than five days so he might work.
Because the announcement, Felix has likewise deleted his Twitter account, with his partner Marzia sharing some snaps from Sweden– her spouse’s home nation.
It’s been a big year for PewDiePie, after he was crowned the most watched and subscribed YouTuber of 2019, with a massive 4 billion views.
After his battle with T-Series, he likewise hit 100 million customers, making YouTube history.
And, as it ends up, he’s lasted a lot longer than 2 years.
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