MrBeast is the most subscribed content creator on YouTube, but that’s not the only thing he excels at.
mr beast, also known as Jimmy Donaldson, is the most subscribed content creator on YouTube. A true entertainment genius who stands out not only for his reach, but also for the work he does behind the scenes and which, although they serve to increase his followers, also says a lot about him. Are: He knows how to use the power of his focus and his enormous fortune to really change things.,
It may seem like Mr. Beast gives away a lot of money, but it’s nothing if we consider that it’s 0.05% of his savings.
MrBeast, the ‘influencer’ who went 30 days without food, but also helped 1,000 deaf people
MrBeast has managed to maintain its first position on the Google platform by virtue of a lot of efforts both financial and own energy. A quick look at his channel is enough to see that he has paid an assassin to try to kill him, he has survived 50 hours in Antarctica and 30 days without food. But for some years he knows how to stand up for his generosity.
Last year it gave 1,000 deaf people hearing for the first time and another 1,000 blind people seeing for the first time. The acts of solidarity have changed the lives of many and are, however, being criticized. one of the most common complaints His decision to buy a house from his employees,
Controversy: Buy an entire neighborhood for your employees
mr beast wanted to take over all the vacant homes in the Greenville neighborhood, North Carolina, to house its team members and protect them from monthly expenses such as rent or mortgage and transportation. However, not everyone has taken a good look at it. “A great guy, certainly a CEO who buys houses and builds neighborhoods for his employees’ families, has no relevance or background,” said a user on Twitter, downplaying Donaldson’s gesture, as can be seen in the subsequent message. compare this action feudalism,
The response from the ‘influencer’ is clear: “Only I could cancel to give people a place to stay unconditionally, All these ‘company-city’ tweets don’t mean anything, I was just helping some people.”
Other complaints also indicate that by creating neighborhoods of workers from only one company, residents will feel too much pressure to keep their jobs and the boundaries between home and work will blur.
Of course, there are many among his 153 million subscribers who defend him. In one of the responses to Discord’s ‘tweet’, one user goes on to specifically say what Mr Beast has done wrong, while others compare it to government policy and ensure that anyone who Even the ‘streamer’ is against the initiative, that hasn’t stopped him from considering other realities: “I bet you support public housing by massive collusion to keep people in poverty, They can live in government housing as long as they remain poor. big difference”.