As we all know PewDiePie is a famous Youtuber and a comedian, his real name is Flex Arvid Ulf Kjellberg. And recently a scene from the episode of the Pokemon Journey anime series featuring a brofist ‘easter egg’ has left PewDiePie fans wondering that if the iconic Pokemon Trainer Ash can actually be a fan of the Swedish YouTuber?
What’s the matter about the Brofist logo?
First, Brofist is a 2D side-scrolling video game based on action and adventure which is developed by Canadian Indie development studio in collaboration with PewDiePie. And PewDiePie is the legend of the Brofist game and he uses this logo in his chair. This logo is similar to the P shape.
Pokemon Journey Episode 59 was aired in April. In this, episode Ash Ketchum and his companion Goh being woked up by their lost Grookey. In that scene, Ash wearing the shirt with the logo of the brofist or P shape. And viewer’s focus is also to go to the chair which they say it is resembling the PewDiePie chair.
Fans of PewDiePie believe that the shirt Ash wearing has a secret meaning that the creator is a fan of Swedish Youtuber PewDiePie.
Is the Brofist symbol resembles PewDiePie?
The real fan of Pokemon would have understood the meaning of this symbol i.e the symbol of the new gym which they have considered with PewDiePie Brofist.
Fans reaction after they get to know about the real meaning of Brofist?
Fans made hilarious memes on this scene and questions how old is Ash Ketchum now, PewDiePie chair and asking for pokemon battle, etc.
One viewer recorded a video of a pigeon in which they are training him to fly to his arm. In response to this video, PewDiePie commented that he Know that Pokemon is real!
Through the viral Pokemon Journey scene it leads to an increase in the fandom of Pokemon. Ultimately, scene assumption goes wrong but it helps 31 years old show to hit more. If anyone has not seen this show means you have not lived a childhood so go and watch the show.