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MrBeast responds to critics slamming him for buying his staff an entire neighbourhood to live in

Richard Lee Breslin

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MrBeast responds to critics slamming him for buying his staff an entire neighbourhood to live in

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MrBeast has responded to critics slamming him for buying his family and staff an entire neighbourhood to live in.

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It seems no matter what MrBeast does, he can’t get away from being criticised and controversy conjured by others. MrBeast is known for giving away money to complete strangers, just because.

Sometimes he goes above and beyond that such as providing 20,000 African children their first pair of shoes, or giving a waitress a new car for free. Yet on both of those occasions, he’s faced backlash. What’s more, he even came under fire for daring to support his trans friend and colleague, Chris Tyson.

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Even more recently, some corners of the internet were triggered by MrBeast helping deaf people to hear again as well as the aforementioned buying a neighbourhood of houses for family and colleagues.

However, as reported by Dexerto, MrBeast has now responded to a cynical tweet questioning the popular YouTuber's motives when buying a flurry of homes.

“What a nice man, surely a CEO buying homes and creating neighbourhoods for their employee's families has no historical relevance or background at all,” tweeted @umeprobdupree.

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To which MrBeast replied: “Only I could get cancelled for giving people a place to live with no strings attached..All these company town tweets make no sense, I was just helping some people.”


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At the end of the day, none of us knows what MrBeast’s overall intentions are, other than the main man himself. Perhaps he does have ulterior motives or perhaps he just wanted to buy people that he thinks a lot of a new home.

It does make me wonder if those that criticise MrBeast for buying a neighbourhood if they’d have an issue if a house was bought for them. We can only speculate.

That being said, with MrBeast's gestures being fuelled by the revenue generated from his YouTube channel, not to mention that he’s one of the most popular and wealthy content creators on the platform, we’ll more doubt see even more acts of kindness in the near future.

Topics: Youtube, Real Life

Richard Lee Breslin
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