Some stars have broken the guidelines already set by social media companies that resulted in them being temporarily suspended or banned from the applications.

AceShowbiz - PewDiePie's sense of humor clearly doesn't match Twitter's taste. The Swedish YouTuber, who has amassed more than 100 million followers, almost lost one of his social media platforms after he made an ISIS joke. In 2016, the gamer, whose real name is Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, tweeted that he would be joining ISIS with fellow YouTuber Jacksepticeye. His account was restored less than an hour later and the 30-year-old explained that the ISIS tweet was his sarcastic response to a fake tweet that said he was unverified on Twitter "due to suspected relations with ISIS."

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