Musk has been teasing the internet for months of the possibility of him hosting PewDiePie’s popular segment, and now the saga seems like it will finally be nearing its end.

In a short tweet, Musk confirmed that he “did meme review last night with Justin Roiland,” which appears to be too cryptic for some fans to believe.

Along with Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland, Musk seemed to be addressing the only meme-review segment he’s been linked to in the past.

The development comes at the heels of another mysterious exchange between the Pewds and Musk on February 11 where the billionaire seemed to renew his interest in hosting Meme Review.

Although, if the cameo appearance on PewDiePie’s show does come to fruition, it could be the saving grace the Pewd’s and many fans have been waiting for.

In related news, after taking probably the longest lead ever against PewDiePie, T-Series has lost the top spot to the Swedish YouTuber yet again. Yes, the 29-year-old, known for his peculiar sense of humour, is back to being the most subscribed user on YouTube.

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Earlier, in a music video, PewDiePie conceded his defeat at the hands of T-Series. The video is replete with the YouTuber’s accusations against his rival. It also has him taking a dig at India, pointing out the poverty and caste system in the country.

A few weeks ago we read the news which revealed Christchurch shooter yelled “subscribe to Pewdiepie” and live-streamed the incident on Facebook the Youtuber is at it again, normalizing racism using funny undertones and sarcasm as an excuse.

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