Mr Beast – YouTuber Review – Funny Comedy Sketch

In this comedy sketch, YouTuber Reviewers Kevin and Elliott review Mr Beast.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT A REAL REVIEW, THIS IS A COMEDY SKETCH WHICH IS DONE IN CHARACTER BY ‘TWO BLOKES’, WHO HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEY’RE TALKING ABOUT.

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Here’s some further info on Mr Beast from Wikipedia.

Donaldson’s videos typically feature “attention-grabbing stunts”. He often makes videos on donating thousands of dollars to Twitch streamers, many of these videos being sponsored (although he has donated without a sponsor in the past).[3] In January 2017, Donaldson published an almost day-long video of himself counting to 100,000. The stunt took him 40 hours, with some parts sped up to “keep it under 24 hours”. The video notched more than five million views in five days (currently at 15,300,000 views). However, it was critically observed that, among other things, Donaldson missed a couple of numbers (“50,282”, “50,295”, “81,933”, and “99,913”) and counted “24,219” three times.[4] A subsequent video titled “Counting to 200,000 (Road to a Mil)” was uploaded the next month, although, according to Donaldson, it too, had to be sped up because the full fifty-five hours of counting exceeded YouTube’s upload limit.[5] Additionally, Donaldson has tried to break glass using a hundred megaphones, watched paint dry for an hour,[3] and unsuccessfully attempted to spin a fidget spinner for a day.[6]

Donaldson publicizes his extreme acts of charity[7][8] such as giving $100,000 worth of items to homeless shelters in December 2018,[9] donating $32,000 to the Veterans Army Wounded Warrior Program, $70,000 to Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and $10,000 to a local Animal Shelter in Los Angeles.[10] During PewDiePie vs T-Series, a competition to become the most-subscribed channel on YouTube, MrBeast bought billboards and radio advertisements to help PewDiePie gain more subscribers than T-Series.[11] Donaldson also created what is now the second most liked non-music video on the platform as of January 24, 2019.[12] On March 12, 2019, he uploaded a video titled “$200,000 Youtuber Airsoft Battle Royale” which is his most expensive video to date.[13]

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