MrBeast Bemoans Unfair 'Bad' Label From Twitter Users — Dogecoin Creator Has This Advice

YouTuber Jimmy Donaldson, better known as MrBeast, said on Twitter that people on Twitter say he is “bad” even though he promised to “give away all my money before I die.”

What Happened: Donaldson said bemoaned the situation in a post on Monday.

In response, Dogecoin DOGE/USD co-creator Billy Markus said, “The whiners don’t want any problems fixed, they want to be professional victims and someone accomplishing things makes them feel bad, so they turn their bad feelings into lashing out at people.”

Why It Matters: Donaldson joined YouTube as a 13-year-old and has been on the platform for over a decade.

In 2021, Donaldson earned $54 million and had over 10 billion views, which made him the top-paid YouTuber.

Recently, he said that he helped over 1,000 people see and that video recorded 56 million views. At the time of writing, Donaldson had over 130 million subscribers.

The YouTuber also owns a burger chain called Mr.Beast Burger which was launched in December 20220. 

Read Next: Is MrBeast Taking The Helm As The New 'Twitter Super Official CEO'?

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