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July 8, 2015 -- A college drop out and former hot dog vendor says he sits on his rump all day and screams at his computer.

For that he earned over $7-million in one year alone.

Felix Kjellberg is known as's highest paid celebrity. He spend his work day playing video games and recording the action, including his responses that involves a lot of yelling.

Reports say Kjellberg's channel has 37.7 million subscribers with an accumulation of 9 billion views.

Last year Wall Street Journal reported he earned about $4 million.

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There are a few things commonly accepted about Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie. He screams a lot. He publishes videos himself playing video games. He makes a lot of money doing so. The latest figure is $7.4 million, which comes by way of Swedish newspaper Expressen (via Engadget and Fusion). That shouldn't be too surprising — Kjellberg is the king of YouTube, after all. When we nominated him for The Verge 50 this past December, he had 32.6 million subscribers and 6.9 billion views; less than a year later, he's now up to 37.7 million subscribers and over 9 billion views. Assuming the $7.4 million figure is accurate, that comes out to less than 20 cents per subscriber.

But even if you don't know who PewDiePie is or care about what he does, I encourage you to watch the video embedded above, published earlier today. In it, a reserved but charming Kjellberg talks directly to the camera about the report. He doesn't act defensive, and he doesn't scream; it feels honest and personable. "People... thought it was unfair," he said. "They thought I just sit on my ass all day and i just yell at the screen over here — which is true — but there's so much more to it."

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  1. Marx was wrong. Pop culture is the opiate of the masses.