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Oh yeah yeah!


Max Ahmed Lundgren (born: May 22, 1998 (1998-05-22) [age 21]) better known online as MaximilianMus is a Swedish YouTuber who specializes in Fortnite. His channel consists of Fortnite trolling videos where he trolls and annoys other people through the voice chat. He also did Overwatch trolling videos before switching to Fortnite trolling.


MaximilianMus made his YouTube account on August 24, 2011, but didn't make any videos until 2014. He started making his first videos in 2014, where he played FNAF (Five Nights At Freddy's).[1] Max started his first success on YouTube making those videos as some of his old FNAF videos reached millions of views, with his previously most viewed video '13 Rare Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Screens.'[2]

However, he started making Overwatch videos in late 2015 with his series called 'Road to Bronze' where he trolls other people.[3] It ended pretty quickly. In May of 2016, he started making his popular Overwatch series that is still relevant to this day called, 'Why ... Can't Get Grandmaster in Overwatch'. He started getting repeatedly banned, which led to him quitting on the overwatch series. He eventually started making Pyrocynical-like videos, which died quickly. After the rise of popularity of Fortnite: Battle Royale, and its use of multiplayer with group chat, he returned to his trolling roots on the game, which he currently is making regularly, as well as streaming. The Fortnite videos have shown to be, so far, more successful in terms of subscribers for Max's channel, earning thousands of subscribers in a couple of weeks.


Comment Spams

Max was commonly known for making the YouTube community set their profile picture to MaximilianMus's, which is the face of JC Denton, the protagonist of the 2000 video game Deus Ex. His slogan "oh yeah yeah" is commonly said in comment sections of YouTube videos. On January 19, 2019, Max planned on "taking over YouTube" by making his fans change their profile picture to Max's profile picture, and comment anything they want, and tells the fans to like every comment with a MaximilianMus profile picture. So far, it is partially working out around multiple YouTube channels. However, many YouTubers did not like what MaximilianMus was doing.

  • DanTDM had mentioned about Max's fans commenting 'Oh Yeah Yeah', and had blocked 'Oh yeah' from Dan's comment sections.[4]
  • JOOGSQUAD did not like Max due to the spam of the same profile pictures and the Oh yeah yeah's in the comment sections, and is hoping Max will get suspended from YouTube.[5][6]
  • One of Nick Eh 30's donators told Nick his opinion on the spam of 'Oh yeah yeah' and the same profile picture. Nick responds saying that Max does not know or understand the effects he is doing towards the YouTube community as a whole.[7]

KSI vs MaximilianMus

KSI is alongside another YouTuber who does not support MaximilianMus and him "taking over YouTube". KSI has made multiple videos on it on his second channel, and because of that, his comment sections are filled with "Oh Yeah Yeah" and the same profile picture by Max.

Max surprisingly showed up in JJ (KSI's) video "I SPOKE TO MAXIMILLIANMUS (OH YEAH YEAH GUY)", and JJ immediately banned him from the discord where the fans did the Q&A with JJ.[8]

On January 25, 2019, JJ surrendered and changed his profile picture on the KSIOlajidebtHD channel to the one that Max designed for him, which is Max's profile picture with JJ's signature bandana added on.[9][10]

Death Hoax

On July 13, 2019, an announcement in Max's discord broke out, stating that Max passed away to suicide, according to his unidentified "brother".[11] No other articles have made news or rumors about this so it was unsure if he was truly deceased. On July 19, a channel named 'Oh Yeah Yeah Nation' made a video regarding the rumor. Brandon (Oh Yeah Yeah Nation) stated that he was in a call with Max 2 nights ago (July 17). Max did comment on the video thanking Brandon.[12]

Harassment Scandal

On September 12, 2019, a popular Youtuber and Twitch Streamer known as Weest tweeted out undeniable evidence [13] of MaximillianMus using Discord to organize kids to perform witchhunts and attempt to ban Twitch Streamers by e.g. "(insert streamer they're trying to get banned here) RAID! (Insert distasteful/racist/homophobic/transphobic comment here)" and more, all while saying it's just a 'joke' or 'troll'.

Notable Events so far include;

  • Harassing Weest's girlfriend about her father who recently passed.
  • Harasing Weest while knowingly being recorded.
  • Distasteful comments in general.​​​​

"World Record"

On September 17, 2018, Max created the "world record" for most eliminations in a game of Fortnite when he recorded 48 during his live stream. However, it wasn't an ordinary 48 kills, he had told his subscribers to die by a trap he placed within a random hut in a discreet location while live streaming, this gave Max the World Record, tied with Elemental Ray.[14]

The next day, on September 18, 2018, Max attempted to break the record again and this time succeeded with 52 eliminations.[15]

The statistics on Fortnite Tracker removed Max's rank and called it "not 100% legit" along with ElementalRay's rank.[16]


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