Adin Ross has defended MrBeast after fans tried to cancel him.
MrBeast, aka Jimmy Donaldson, has 137 million YouTube subscribers for his creative videos. The 24-year-old has several business ventures such as Mr Beast Burger, but also focuses on his philanthropic ideas. This includes his recent trip to South Africa, where he gave 20,000 kids their first pair of shoes.
Donaldson received backlash from people claiming he was only doing good deeds to gain views for his YouTube. Ross, a friend of Andrew Tate, was enraged by the attempt to discredit the famous YouTuber. He had this to say during a live stream:
“People are looking for any reason to shut everyone down. Do you guys not see MrBeast is getting f*cking canceled right now? What is this bullsh*t, bro? Motherf*ckers saying, ‘oh, you have to bring a camera to Africa to record what you’re doing.’ Bro shut the f*ck up. How about you do it yourself?...”
Ross continued by saying:
“All of these people that talk, you guys don’t do sh*t for the f*cking world. All you do is sit there with your little Twitter fingers… Shut the f*ck up, b*tch. MrBeast owns you, sadly, you fraud."
Watch Adin Ross defend Jimmy Donaldson below:
MrBeast reminds people of his intention for filming good deeds
Jimmy Donaldson has been accused several times of doing good deeds for YouTube views. With that said, the 24-year-old is creating a positive impact across the world. After posting the video of his generous donation in South Africa, he reminded people on Twitter of his intentions by saying:
“Just a reminder for those of you that don’t normally watch this channel, Beast Philanthropy is a charity we run and all the revenue from these videos goes towards running our food pantries and helping people around the world. Our charity owns this channel, I thought it’d be fun to use my fame to create a loop of helping. Film good deed, inspire millions of kids to do good, use revenue from good deed to do next good deed"
Regardless of the backlash, Donaldson should continue improving people's lives through his ideas. The famous YouTuber also has several other business ventures, including a restaurant, a chocolate bar brand, and more.