Given that famous YouTube star Felix 'PewDiePie' Kjellberg first got engaged to his wife Marzia in Japan, it was a logical choice for the couple to head back to the country for their honeymoon. Unfortunately for the newlyweds, the honeymoon got off to a rough start when Marzia accidentally dropped a brand-new knife vertically onto her toe, causing plenty of bleeding and a nasty bruise.
Luckily for the Kjellbergs, that seemed to be the extent of the injury: Marzia reports that while there was plenty of blood and that the skin near the cut was a shade of purple, she's been able to walk on her injured extremity and it hasn't appeared to have changed any of their honeymoon plans. As the honeymoon progressed, the 26-year-old Italian assured fans that her toe appeared to be getting better. As per Instagram posts from the couple, they took in a fireworks show on October 5 and have been enjoying their time in Tokyo despite the rough start.
Back in August, PewDiePie became the first individual YouTuber to reach a hundred million subscribers, with the 29-year-old tying the knot with Marzia in London just days before. Ever the dedicated YouTube star, he's had scheduled content release while the couple has been away in Tokyo so as to not fall behind in terms of delivering fans content. Last month, PewDiePie made waves when he pledged a $50,000 donation to the Anti-Defamation League, a charity which had criticized him before, and then rescinded the donation a day afterwards.
2019 has been a big year for Felix Kjellberg, but not always for nice reasons such as his marriage to Marzia and a delightful honeymoon: the YouTube star has had to request that his own fans abandon the Subscribe to PewDiePie meme after the phrase was shouted during the Christchurch mosque shootings and was also used to vandalize a World War Two memorial. The YouTube star's brand of comedy has crossed into antisemitic territory in the past, resulting in Disney dropping the YouTuber after he paid two people to hold a sign saying 'Death To All Jews' as part of a Fiverr-themed joke. Felix had stated it was an experiment to show 'how crazy the modern world is', but it's easy to see why Disney would distance itself from such work.
While there's evidently still lots of drama going on in the YouTuber's life, he and Marzia look to be having a nice time in Tokyo, where luckily one incident with a knife in the beginning didn't derail an entire honeymoon.