PewDiePie, has lost contracts with Google and Disney after a wall street journal report pointed out anti-Semitic language and imagery in his videos. Disney-owned Maker Studios was the first to sever ties with YouTube sensation Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg after he incorporated anti-Semitic jokes and Nazi references into several of his videos. The move comes after a Wall Street Journal review found that nine of Kjellberg's videos posted over the last six months featured imagery including swastikas, Nazi salutes, and shots of Hitler. Last month alone, the YouTube star showed a clip of a man dressed as Jesus Christ saying "Hitler did absolutely nothing wrong," and paid two Indian men to hold up a banner reading "Death to All Jews" via freelancing website Fiverr, but Kjellberg has argued that he is not serious in his use of the imagery. Google-owned YouTube followed suit, cancelling the second season of Kjellberg’s reality show, Scare PewDiePie (which is produced by The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman) and removing him from Google Preferred, an aggregate program that connects advertisers with YouTube’s most popular channels. Google had previously removed ads from some of the videos. After above news Maker Studios Reportedly Slashing Its Creator Network Of “Thousands” To Just 300.